Posted by Shirley Brady on September 20, 2010 06:30 PM
BHP fails to win key political backing for Potash bid.
CNN and Eliot Spitzer prepare Oct. 4 debut of talkshow featuring the former NY state governor.
GMAC halts some evictions and sales of foreclosed homes as it corrects "a potential issue" in its foreclosure process.
Google, TiVo and Microsoft are racing to build an ad business for Web-connected TV spots.
HP and former CEO Mark Hurd settle lawsuit over his hiring by Oracle.
Julia Roberts is poised to extend multimillion-dollar Lancome contract.
Kodak's new kiosks create photo collages in seconds.
Nokia delays flagship N8 smartphone model again.
SAIC, China's biggest car-maker, considers stake in GM.
T-Mobile sued for allegedly blocking text messages.
UPS rolls out next phase in rebranding campaign with UPS Store commercial.
Wal-Mart is rolling out smaller stores to densely populated cities (New York, San Francisco) in a bid to pump sluggish sales.
Xbox 360 players racked up more than 2,000 years in game play on Halo: Reach in less than a week.