Abbott Laboratories pulls diet drug Meridia over concerns about heart risks.
Beverly Hills expands brand into the perfume and beauty business.
Cnooc, the oil giant based in China, invests in Texas.
CVS Caremark is bullish about business prospects from U.S. health-care reform.
Disney faces marketing and ethics scrutiny over disappointing opening-weekend box-office for Secretariat.
Focus Brands acquires soft-pretzel chain Auntie Anne’s.
Gawker Media chief Nick Denton is profiled in the New Yorker.
Glee beats Beatles singles record.
Google is testing self-automated cars with a fleet of self-driving Toyota Prius hybrids.
Guinness makes a play for the U.S. with campaign and contest featuring retired NFL star Jerome Bettis.
Hallmark Channel reduces Martha Stewart programming block after disappointing debut.
HTML 5 raises concerns about Internet privacy.
Kodak's hip-hop "So Kodak" campaign and urban outreach covered by WSJ.
Microsoft prepares Windows Phone 7 smartphone launch.
MySpace unveiled its new, minimalist logo.
NBA targets Hispanic basketball fans in new marketing campaign.
Outbox Technology, rival to Ticketmaster, to be piloted by the latter company’s ex-CEO.
Pfizer launches a medicine-cabinet “cleanout” campaign.
Sony's The Social Network was #1 at the box office for the second weekend.
Twitter is being closely watched for advertising growth.
Walgreens commits funds to pharmacy schools.