Abercrombie & Fitch to launch Gilly Hicks, a 'cheeky' lingerie line, in the UK.
Adidas makes big China push.
Amazon launches Amazon Studios, a $2.7 million fund to develop movies.
Apple's Steve Jobs reveals private side in just-released photos.
BMW rejects sales incentives as profits trump volume in US.
Boeing and Airbus waver on reworking small jets.
BP ignored warning signs in the Gulf of Mexico, according to new report.
Chevrolet promotes Cruze on coffee cup sleeves.
Chrysler releases its list of 130 Fiat dealers in the US.
Four Loko drops caffeine and reformulates product as it faces a lawsuit — and a federal ban on alcoholic energy drinks.
GM sets final expanded terms for IPO.
Google debuts fashion shopping site.
Hyundai aims to nearly double European market share as iPad-loaded Equus hits LA auto show.
Japan Airlines and Nippon Cargo executives are indicted for price-fixing.
KFC holds $20,000 competition for best high school tweeter.
La-Z-Boy reclines toward Brooke Shields for new ad campaign.
Macallan breaks record for most expensive decanter sold.
McDonald's CEO briefs Maria Bartiromo on bullish outlook.
Microsoft lands clients for new web-calling software.
Nokia bets on phone software.
Philips tackles “Dead Battery Anxiety.”
Pizza Hut features employees in new advertising.
Porsche aims to boost China sales.
Roche to cut thousands of jobs.
Starbucks launches holiday campaign.
Target launches Shopkick app in selected stores as profit surges.
Ted Turner's Ted’s Montana Grill shuffles locations.
Tribune prepares for Sam Zell’s exit as chairman.
Unilever's Sara Lee takeover gets green light from the EU.
Wal-Mart loses some “recession refugees.”
& California's ban on plastic bags spreads.