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In the News: Fox, Lady Gaga, Starbucks and more

Posted by Dale Buss on January 19, 2011 09:00 AM

In the NewsApple hopes to come up with more hits without Steve Jobs.

Boeing will begin delivering the 787 Dreamliner in Q3.

Chrysler boosts Jeep's marketing mileage.

Citigroup to name John Havens as president and COO. 

Coca-Cola, Danone and Nike rank high among consumers in emerging markets in Credit Suisse study.

Fox premieres revamped American Idol, featuring rocker Steven Tyler, tonight. 

Goldman Sachs cuts compensation pool; riles clients with Facebook stock flop.

Hyundai-Kia pushes past troubled Toyota in Europe.

IBM beats Wall Street estimates, strikes partnership to ramp up next-gen mobile devices.

Intel opens on-site health clinics.

J&J won't give full bonuses to execs, citing mixed performance and dings to reputation.

Lady Gaga to release new track at Thierry Mugler's runway show, website and also AOL.

NBA increases multicultural marketing spend to expand attendance.

Nissan launches remote technical assistance.

Pfizer and AstraZeneca challenged on statins efficacy.

Roche skin-cancer drug shows promise.

Sony reportedly planning PSP upgrade and game-playing smartphone.

Starbucks launches mobile payments.

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