Posted by Shirley Brady on April 19, 2011 06:00 PM
Richard Branson plan to save the ring-tailed lemurs meets with some skepticism by scientists and environmentalists.
DirecTV's premium video-on-demand service ($29.99 for 48 hours) will launch Thursday, bringing movies to living rooms in about two months.
Disney Channel loses another star as Demi Lovato quits Sonny With a Chance.
IBM beats estimates and raises profit forecast as workers seek to organize global union.
Intel beats Wall Street forecasts, while Samsung boosts chip market share to close in on Intel.
Kate Middleton's family gets a coat of arms as the official royal wedding program is revealed.
McDonald's sees job-seekers show up across America for 50,000 jobs.
NASDAQ and ICE unveil official bid for NYSE Euronext.
New York's Metropolitan Opera confirms Japan trip for June.
T-Mobile introduces free calling through Facebook via Bobsled, its new app that will let Facebook users make free calls to other Facebook users.
Toyota reduces production in North America by 75% to conserve a limited supply of parts made in Japan.
Twitter is reportedly in advanced talks to purchase TweetDeck.
Yahoo revenue declines with Microsoft deal.