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Brands to Watch: NYSE, CBS, Chevron and more

Posted by Shirley Brady on February 15, 2011 06:15 PM

Brands to Watch

Deutsche Boerse agreed to buy NYSE Euronext for $10.2 billion in a "politically charged deal" that would create the world's largest exchange operator and put it under German control.

CBS news correspondent Lara Logan is recovering from a 'brutal' attack in Cairo.

Chevron disputes judge's Amazon ruling while Ecuadorians plan to fight for more. 

Apple unveils iPad subscription plan.

BHP Billiton to return $10 billion to shareholders.

Danone warns about looming price hikes due to rising food costs.

Del Monte ruling challenges "cozy" buyout bids.

Dell blows past targets but doubts linger.

Disney's Hannah Montana phenom destroyed his family, says singer Billy Ray Cyrus.

ESPN challenged by Nike and Reebok endorsement deals for on-air talent.

Fiat to launch branded showrooms in India.

Garnier Fructis sponsors Rolling Stone cover competition with AOL and Atlantic Records.

Genzyme-Sanofi deal is imminent.

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says he's staying put and brand is growing.

NYC plan to rename bridge after former mayor Ed Koch meets resistance.

Oakley's 3D glasses get certified.

Playboy posts surprise loss in latest earnings report.

Roseanne Barr lands Lifetime reality series.


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