YouTube jumped to 3 billion ad-linked views weekly, integrates with LG mobile devices. Online video viewing overall rose 47% in January, with Nielsen naming Netflix #1 for time spent per viewer on its streaming site, up 23% from December to over 11 hours.
Twitter looks to expand language versions.
Chrysler dealers will offer “Imported from Detroit” merchandise related to Eminem's Super Bowl video.
Allstate bets on soccer sponsorship.
Apple audit details changes at Foxconn.
Barnes & Noble woos Amazon affiliates burned by state sales tax.
Berkshire Hathaway pull-out a vote of no-confidence for Bank of America.
CBS continues to deal with Two and a Half Men mini-drama.
Facebook growth disrupts Google and Yahoo.
GE lands one of the crucial products of the oil industry.
GM plans to reward unionized workers with $4,000 profit-sharing checks; also looks to boost exports from China.
Home Depot is hiring 60,000 seasonal workers.
Mercedes-Benz takes over US distribution of Smart cars from Penske.
Microsoft sees Bing gain search market share.
NBC reports Jay Leno back on top in late-night ratings.
Polo Ralph Lauren targets China.
Sony Ericsson incorporates features from PlayStation in new Xperia PLAY smartphone.
Toyota cuts size of its board to improve decision-making.