Apple, hot on the heels of iPad 2 launch, tops Fortune's Most Admired Companies list for fourth year in a row.
Best Buy and other big box retailers rethink as they shrink.
Budweiser posts first global increase in two decades thanks to World Cup.
Charlie Sheen hits 1 million Twitter followers in less than a day.
Facebook growth slows in the US.
Ford issues recall, plans to harness its design gurus to relaunch the Mustang.
GM leads incentive spending as "Old GM" expected to be liquidated today.
Google brings local theater listings to movie banner ads with DoubleClick.
Honest Tea continues guerrilla marketing.
Levi's names Apple and Nike marketer Rebecca Van Dyck as global CMO.
Megan Fox raises eyebrows with latest Armani campaign.
News Corp. wins UK approval for BSkyB deal.
Nissan aims to become Europe’s top-selling Japanese brand.
Nivea taps Rihanna as new spokesmodel.
Rolaids, Pepcid and Mylanta recalls upset customers.
TED now spreads advertising as well as ideas — such as Bill Gates's proposal for education funding.
TIME proclaims that America’s best days are past.
Vodafone tops mobile-brand popularity in India.
Wendy’s returns to Japan.
Weinstein Co. hopes PG-13 version of The King’s Speech draws younger viewers.