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In the News: GM, Li-Ning, Oscars and more

Posted by Dale Buss on January 25, 2011 09:00 AM

In the News

Gsells more vehicles in China than in the US for the first time. GM also plans to award a new Chevrolet Camaro convertible to the Super Bowl MVP. 

The Kings Speech leads with a dozen just-announced Oscar nominations.

Adobe survey finds readers engage with iPad ads.

Amazon steps up push into home-delivered groceries.

Apple plans to introduce a service that would let users pay with iPhones.

Bacardi rethinks web strategy.

Facebook turns the “Like” into its newest ad.

Google discusses plans for Google Offers.

Honda and Harley-Davidson pitch younger riders on motorcycles. 

Hooters is sold to investment group.

Huawei files suit to block Motorola’s sale of a unit to Nokia Siemens.

J&J consumer recalls hit depress earnings.

Jackson Hewitt expands relationship with Wal-Mart in time for tax season.

JCPenney welcomes activist shareholders onto its board.

Lexus taps Kylie Minogue to promote "Join the quiet revolution" tagline.

Li-Ning goes viral as Chinese sportswear firm makes U.S. push.

McDonald's expects to raise prices in 2011.

Target will exclusively sell Ricky Martin’s new album.

Tesco launches Your Beauty Salon brand.

US grocery industry unveils new front-of-pack labels.

Verizon Wireless growth slows.

Vevo is coming to the UK.

Visa sponsors News International at 2012 British Olympics.

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