Posted by Shirley Brady on September 16, 2010 06:00 PM
• Former HP CEO Mark Hurd made his public Oracle debut today on the brand's quarterly earnings call.
• BlackBerry owner RIM's quarterly earnings saw a surge in profit but fewer subscribers than expected.
• Continental and United shareholders will vote on the merger tomorrow. American Express announces end-date for Continental's OnePass frequent flyer program.
• Fiat shareholders approve plans to separate businesses.
• Ford rises higher than any auto brand in the S&P 500.
• Ivana Trump sues to protect US trademarks.
• Kraft CEO sees recovery happening slower than expected.
• In a blow to Microsoft, Verizon Wireless won't sell the Windows 7 phone at launch.
• Rafael Nadal challenges Roger Federer for endorsements post-Grand Slam.
• Texas Instruments will buy back $7.5 billion in shares and raise its dividend.
• TOMS Shoes reaches the 1 million mark.