American Airlines' fee battle with travel sites such as Expedia snares Sabre.
BMW mulls adding artificial sounds to make EVs safer.
Borders asks publishers for longer-term IOUs.
Cathay Pacific expands long-haul flights.
CES now a must-attend for media companies.
Cisco joins race to mix TV and web video.
Facebook financing deal spurs SEC review.
FedEx expands China-India routes in "dramatic" growth.
GM makes OnStar available to any auto brand.
Google refuses to give up on China.
GSK brings Sensodyne to India.
Huffington Post suit detailed in Vanity Fair.
Hyundai keeps Volkswagen on its toes in Europe, eyes building biz in Korea.
Kate Spade taps actress Bryce Dallas Howard as first face of brand.
Lorillard fights menthol ban in cigarettes.
Macy's expands e-commerce operations.
Mercury rolls into automotive history.
Microsoft and Intel show the age of their impactful alliance.
NFL bowls on cable downplay ratings.
Orkut, Facebook lead social surge in India.
Paramount challenges Oscars criteria with True Grit while ad rates for Oscars telecast increase for the first time in years.
PepsiCo puts money where its mouth is on nutrition research.
Porsche revs up Spyder Coupe return for Detroit auto show.
Renault suspends execs after ethics investigation.
Sony sponsors 3D video of 2011 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
Sprint takes price fight into 4G.
Starbucks' deal with Kraft prevents potential grocery store sales.
US auto sales surged in year-end figures, while China continues love affair with cars.
US food safety bill signed by President Obama.