Aon plans to spend much of its big cash hoard to buy back shares.
Audi takes aim at toppling BMW.
Bank of America says home-loan business is recovering.
Barbie hits $3 billion in global annual sales as brand shutters China flagship.
Boeing gets a boost from China orders.
Cap’n Crunch gains guerrilla-fueled “success” in social media.
CBS, Warner Bros. and Charlie Sheen are at war, as Sheen apparently plans to sue post-firing.
China contemplates product placement rules.
Chrysler estimates its value at nearly $5 billion, and will be honored by Detroit for Super Bowl commercial.
Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci's name rises as frontrunner to replace John Galliano at Dior.
GNC pushes into mass market.
Google disables Android malware.
Kellogg launches free breakfast initiative in US.
Kirin brings zero-alcohol brew to US.
Kleenex scores big with social-sampling program.
Lovable Lingerie times IPO to International Women's Day.
McDonald's, now #2 to Subway, sees same-store sales rise nearly 4% on Asian growth.
Mog expands digital music to car and TV.
Nomura shuffles management ranks.
Renault and Nissan ponder their alliance.
Skype signs Visa as first advertiser.
Spotify prepares to launch in US.
Starbucks turns 40, brings instant coffee to China.
Target reports that traffic from mobile phones now accounts for 8% of online page views.
Toyota emphasizes emerging markets in next 10-year plan.
Unilever sale of Sanex brand attracts interest.
YouTube moves into original content with NextNewNetworks acquisition.
Zippo prepares for a post-smoker world.