ABC cancels legendary US daytime dramas All My Children and One Life to Live.
Airbnb offers country rental with Liechtenstein offer for $70K.
American Apparel founder Dov Charney, profiled in NYT, says he refuses to be pushed aside.
Applebee's sued by parents of child served alcoholic beverage.
Best Buy expands Buy Back program.
CBS accused of greenwashing.
Chase denies credit card to deaf man because of rigid speech verification requirement.
Comcast Xfinity subscribers can now download HD movie in 5 minutes.
Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann "one of the most dangerous bankers in the world"? So says former IMF chief economist.
Ernst & Young faces class action over Broadcom option backdating.
Flipboard's newest feature: Oprah.
Ford expands F-150 recall tp more than 1.2 million pickups.
Google 1Q earnings miss Wall Street target, as company touts that 3 billion Android apps have been downloaded. New CEO Larry Page's total word count for the call: 370.
KFC's Colonel Sanders received death threat, FBI reveals.
McDonald's Canada accepts Monopoly money for promotion.
NBC Universal head aims to land collegiate and other sports rights to bulk up Comcast's pay-TV outlets.
P&G continues family movie sponsorship with Wal-Mart.
Sears sues sexual enhancement spray-maker over Die Hard name.
Twitter’s Evan Williams apologizes (sort of) to ousted co-founder who named service.
Velocity, a new Discovery channel, targets men earning $150K+.
Wal-Mart and EEOC settle ethnic harassment suit as company guarantees jobs for those serving in the military.
Warner Bros. slams door on Charlie Sheen returning to Two and a Half Men.
& the evolution of language takes an unexpected turn with new research.