Amazon tops buzz meter on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Bank of America dismisses speculation that it could be the next target of WikiLeaks.
Boots, the Co-operative, and Fairy rank as the top “family” brands in the UK.
CBS replaces The Early Show anchors.
Coca-Cola, Nestle, Walmart and other Western brands aim to grow in Africa.
ESPN ramps up tech innovation to stay ahead of the competition.
Fiat faces dilemma of whether to sell its Alfa Romeo brand.
Fiji Water reopens bottling plant in the South Pacific.
GM prepares to boost production of the Chevrolet Volt should demand outstrip supply.
Google readies e-book venture as investors question its bid price for Groupon.
Honda slashes price of its Insight hybrid.
JPMorgan Chase gives iPads to employees in blow for BlackBerry-maker RIM.
Nissan Leaf is named European Car of the Year.
OfficeMax comes up with another funny, time-wasting holiday app.
Progressive plans to give Flo an advertising sidekick.
(RED) raises awareness and funds on World AIDS Day today through Starbucks-backed video click-through.
Singapore Airlines to pay air-cargo fine.
Starbucks looking for new partner (potentially Peet's) to take place of bagged-coffee distribution by Kraft, analyst says.
& Europe's financial crisis widens with investors’ concerns about Spain and Italy.