The latest product recalls dinging brands: Graco (2 million strollers following infant strangulation deaths), Chrysler (26,000 vehicles, fluid leak check), Volvo (10,000 vehicles, air bags system check).
Apple unveiled two new MacBook Air ultralight laptops (that use flash memory for storage instead of hard drives) at a Back to Mac even, where it also promised updated software for its Macintosh computers that borrows FaceTime and other features from its iPhone and iPad. Also featured: improved iLife '11 personal productivity suite and a sneak peek at Mac OS X Lion.
AT&T will offer WellDoc’s FDA-approved mobile phone-based diabetes management solution to select employees.
BET goes pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Boeing posts profit and raises forecast for 2010.
Boston Globe newspaper group may have found a group of local buyers.
Chrysler will release a Jeep promoting Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops videogame.
EBay forecasts higher revenue as holidays near.
Ford's MyFord Touch interface fails to wow Consumer Reports.
Fox News one ups MSNBC's Lean Forward tagline with Move Forward tagline.
GM seeks approval of $773 million environmental accord.
Kiehl's will sell a holiday collection with packaging by artist Jeff Koons.
LeBron James retweets racist messages to his Twitter followers to show what he deals with daily.
Morgan Stanley overtakes Goldman Sachs in commodity risk.
Netflix third-quarter profit rises 26% on new users.
Ocean Spray is bringing its brand to Disney's theme parks.
Potash lobbies Canadian officials to block BHP takeover bid.
Random House hired former Newsweek editor Jon Meacham.
TV Guide partners with ABC for check-in feature.