Subway passes McDonald's as the world's largest restaurant chain.
Morgan Stanley may drop "Smith Barney" name.
YouTube acquires web video creators NextNewNetworks, making Google "officially" a media company.
AOL shares sink as Huffington Post deal closes.
Ben Affleck teams with Cindy McCain to raise awareness about the Congo.
Bing speeds up search results to keep pace with Google.
Buick sales surpass Lexus as brand eyes luxury auto crown.
Burberry rises on LVMH/Bulgari news.
Cablevision launches addressable advertising to 3 million NYC area homes.
Charlie Sheen is finally fired by a fed up Warner Bros. Television, which produces Two and a Half Men for CBS. He also announced he's looking for a social media intern.
Facebook adds virtual crisis hotline in UK.
FDA may disappoint pharma on social media.
Gannett unveils first corporate branding effort.
General Motors settles $50.6 million in pollution claims.
Google Maps adds live traffic rerouting to Android app.
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft sign pact to protect online free speech, while Twitter and Facebook are holdouts.
LivingSocial announces "instant deals."
Mercedes-Benz promotes C-Class with new campaign.
Skype adds advertising to mix.