ABC's Oscars TV ratings on Sunday dropped 10% from a year ago.
Berkshire Hathaway adds to possible successors to Warren Buffett.
Carlyle Group buys Japanese auto-parts firm.
Charlie Sheen circus continues with part 2 of Today Show interview.
CNN is taking Piers Morgan on a roller-coaster ride.
Dior loses as Natalie Portman severs ties with brand following anti-Semitic remarks by John Galliano.
Disney and Nordstrom introduce “Small World” clothing line for kids.
Facebook and Dentsu link up for Japan.
Ford struggles to build enough of the new Explorer as CEO Alan Mulally says the company’s deal in Russia will accelerate introduction of Ford models there.
Gap takes aim at Japan.
GM deals with Consumer Reports criticism of Chevrolet Volt as CEO Daniel Akerson says US auto industry isn't prepared for another gasoline-price shock.
Hershey buys stake in Mix1 sports-nutrition company.
HMV woes continue.
Lexus pulls out the stops for introduction of 200h hybrid.
Massey Energy sees charges against security chief in blast probe.
PNC retains free checking.
Primark sees slowdown in UK consumer spending.
Tesco ramps up China expansion plans.
Toyota deals with latest recall.
Ventas agrees to acquire Nationwide Health in senior-care deal.
Wal-Mart spearheads creation of Sustainable Apparel Coalition.