Nikkei slips as another earthquake hit Japan Sunday, as Tepco head pressured to quit after costing shareholders $26 billion; fear of radiation and shortages drives panic buying of Japanese goods; auto industry suffers as Toyota, Honda and others stand to lose billions in revenue; and Wal-Mart reopens 12 quake-hit stores.
Google to launch in-app billing for Android; woos celebs to create themed channels on YouTube; and works on mobile payments as near field communications battle looms. CEO Larry Page, meanwhile, is working on cutting red tape and fostering internal communications.
BlackBerry-maker RIM is in "slow-motion decline," says WSJ, while acquires mobile tool developer.
Facebook is reportedly in talks to hire former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs; and updates Questions in boost for brands.
Baidu pushes new model.
FIFA World Cup Qatar could have artificial clouds to block sun.
Ford sues Nissan over Brazilian TV commercial.
Geraldine Ferraro, first US vice presidential candidate, dies at 75.
Hair Club sheds "For Men," targets motorcyclists.
Harry & David nears Chapter 11.
Hearst reportedly buying Lagardere titles for $900 million.
Huffington Post to launch a UK edition.
ICC Cricket World Cup irks advertisers and fans.
Kodak revives patent complaint against Apple and RIM.
Kraft seeks to collaborate more with consumers.
McAfee and other US tech companies criticized for aiding overseas censorship.
NASDAQ and ICE weigh joint bid for NYSE.
NBC gives sneak peek at Will Ferrell's guest appearance on The Office for Steve Carell's final four episodes.
NCAA's Final Four is set.
Nestle looks to get closer to farmers and food producers, increase CSR push.
Netflix in talks for five-year deal worth more than $100 million to stream Miramax's library of 700+ titles.
NFL stand-off forces TV networks and advertisers to prepare contingency plans.
Nintendo brings 3D gaming to the mass market with 3DS rollout.
Overstock.com branches out into travel.
P&G promotes corporate brand in UK; plans to raise some prices in China in tandem with Unilever.
PGA sees new crop of "big personalities" on golf circuit.
Porsche to sell $7 billion in shares to cut debt, steps up US marketing.
Southwest Air expands NYC service.
Sprite's "Step Off" tour winds its way across US.
Super Glue inventor dies at 94.
TGI Friday's plans to double footprint.
Turner's Adult Swim late-night block and Pizza Hut solicit user-generated videos for a Pizza Hut commercial.
Universal Music Group, other labels and musicians create iPad extensions of albums.
US reality TV shows celebrate entrepreneurs.
Wal-Mart braces for million-worker class action suit ruling.
Warner Bros. adds Inception, two 'Harry Potter' movies to Facebook rentals.
Warren Beatty wins suit against Tribune over Dick Tracy character.
Wi-Fi spreading across London Underground in time for 2012 Olympic games.
Wikileaks volunteers' attorneys ask US judge to bar the government access to their clients' Twitter accounts.
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