BJ’s Wholesale Club may be looking to sell, report says.
Boeing copes with delivery implications of fire in 787 Dreamliner.
Campbell shaves its outlook for 2011.
Cisco notes order slippage.
Ford hauls out fuel-economy message about its F-150 trucks. Meanwhile, study shows that Ford is the auto brand that generates the most word-of-mouth among American consumers.
Lou Dobbs makes successful border crossing to Fox Business Network.
General Electric plans major investments in China.
Google battles to keep talent.
Jamba Juice predicts strong finish to 2010.
JC Penney launches holiday advertising campaign.
LimeWire disavows new “pirate edition.”
Macy’s rides sales resurgence.
NBC leads rivals in upscale appeal, study says.
Novartis halts lung-cancer drug study.
Pernod-Ricard returns Kahlua to its Mexican brand heritage with new campaign.
PlayJam opens its digital-TV platform to third-party developers.
Research in Motion plans to price its PlayBook tablet under $500.
Southwest Airlines salutes military members.
TBS sees ratings dip for Conan but remain competitive with talk-show rivals.
TLC show Sarah Palin’s Alaska represents brilliant political campaigning, one pundit argues.