Google may be the target of a Us antitrust probe, as brand's bid for Nortel’s patent assets coincides with Larry Page’s first day back as CEO.
Japan sets new radiation safety level for seafood after nuclear plant spews highly contaminated water into sea as Tepco shares plunge to record low. Also, Toyota reports misunderstanding over US impact and Honda targets rise in US sales but faces supply restrictions.
Amazon, Costco and Kohls are top brands for customer service in a new survey.
BAT to develop “safer” nicotine products for long-term use.
Boeing and Southwest deal with aftermath of fuselage tear.
Charlie Sheen tour tickets are on the rise after he revamps live show.
Citigroup boosts investments in Asia.
Citi, Walgreen, New York & Co. warn of email breaches as Kroger discloses breach.
Deutsche Börse holds off on raising NYSE bid.
Disney to start building Shanghai park and resort.
Dunkin’ Donuts rolls out snack line to invade more day parts.
EA Sports puts app users on the ground at The Masters.
Ford and CW join in marketing push for new Ford Focus.
HMV issues third profits warning.
Home Depot localizes marketing to regional weather conditions.
MLK's son is launching African-American-targeted broadcast network.
Nielsen hails World Cup as key to 2010 global advertising rebound.
Nestle counts on innovation and its local brands for growth.
Oxford English Dictionary adds LOL, OMG and heart symbol.
Santander named greenest bank by Bloomberg News.
Siemens does surging business in Iran despite sanctions.
Virgin CEO Richard Branson to announce new venture in Calif.
& Former BP CEO Tony Hayward is in talks to set up an investment fund.