A&W debuts first value menu.
Amazon launches Windowshop, an iPad shopping app.
Berkshire Hathaway leans toward a potential successor to legendary investor Warren Buffett.
BP defends Gulf oil-spill response.
Burger King is bringing its value menu to the UK.
Cebu Air (of dancing cabin crew fame) soars on its IPO today.
Expedia and other travel sites oppose Google's proposed purchase of ITA Software.
Fiat attacked by Italian politicians after CEO Sergio Marchionne says that inefficiencies are hampering its Italian plants.
Ford reports record $1.7-billion profit for the third quarter, a testament to its products and brand-building.
Hermes says family holders aim to keep control in wake of LVMH interest in luxury rival.
Office Depot says CEO Steve Odland to resign.
Paul the Octopus, Germany's World Cup-predicting "eight-armed oracle," has died.
PWC finds slowly rising optimism among CFOs about holiday-shopping consumers.
Rolls-Royce launch fuels parent BMW in India.
Silly Bandz targets Wal-Mart alleging patent infringement on its wrist band packaging.
Victoria’s Secret unveils Bombshell Fantasy Bra, featuring diamonds by Damiani, worth $2 million.
Wal-Mart, Target and eBay are women’s favorite brands in new research by NBC Universal.
Webroots pins advertising hopes on personality and humor.