Amazon steps up European expansion plans.
Australia floods will impact global steel industry.
Barnes & Noble sees holiday sales growth from Nook e-reader.
Borders meets with publishers to discuss the US bookseller's future.
Coca-Cola takes nuanced approach in India.
Consumer Electronics Association annual CES show prepares to open with latest tablets and more.
Evian takes urban turn for 2011.
Facebook can stay private and better compete with Google thanks to cash infusion from Goldman Sachs.
Fiat may hike its stake in Chrysler to 51%.
Ford plots digital drive as Consumer Reports snubs some models.
Hyundai and Kia eye a 10% increase in 2011 global sales.
Ikea stops selling incandescent bulbs in US, plans new store in Abu Dhabi with forest from Sweden as kids' play area.
Marcal promotes small green “steps.”
Marks & Spencer chairman Stuart Rose steps down.
Motorola splits into two.
News Corp.'s MySpace continues to struggle with fresh round of layoffs.
P&G, Nike and Microsoft redouble green efforts.
PepsiCo will be sole sponsor of US version of Simon Cowell's The X Factor this fall. Its Frito-Lay division is also selling its True North healthy-snack brand.
Toyota expects things to turn around in the US this year.
Warner Bros. and Paramount topped 2010 market-share gains in the movie industry.