Airstream pitches younger, creative affluents on RV-ing.
Apple is wooing publishers to develop iPad versions of their titles.
ARM, a British semiconductor firm, holds a command position in the crucial technology of low-power chips.
Barnes & Noble’s takeover struggle centers on e-books.
BP finally seals the well in the Gulf of Mexico, but the effects of the disaster will linger for years.
California Pizza Kitchen tests technology that allows patrons to pay their tabs from their tables.
CBS selects Steve Joyce, CEO of Choice Hotels, as the first corporate chieftain to be featured when its hit series Undercover Boss this season.
Facebook squashes mobile phone rumors.
Holiday Inn rolls out strategy to refresh "tired" brand.
HP appears to be favoring internal candidates as it seeks a successor as CEO to Mark Hurd.
Hyundai is moving production of its Elantra sedan to the United States.
IBM is paying $1.7 billion to acquire analytics specialist Netezza.
Kenneth Cole Productions reportedly in talks to sell brand.
Lady Gaga extends clout to US politics with "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" lobbying.
Martha Stewart's brand fails to draw ratings expected by the Hallmark Channel.
MGM may be sold to India's Sahara in a deal that would assume half of its $3.7 billion in debt.
Nike is the latest retailer to be felled by NYC's bedbug scourge.
Pizza Hut makes its staff the stars in a new brand-focused advertising campaign.
Safran expands in the United States by purchasing L-1 Identity.
Spirit Airlines files for an IPO.
Starbucks adds flavor to perk up packaged-coffee sales.
Tesco will start selling Viagra (at a discount) over the counter.
TwitterMoms is working with P&G and Quickie Manufacturing to get its “seal of approval” on products in stores.
United, Continental fliers will start seeing impact of merger in 2011.