Amazon misses Q1 earnings estimate.
American Apparel gets $15M investment.
Apple's white iPhone 4 hits Best Buy on Wednesday.
Arizona Sun Devils ditch logo in rebranding.
AT&T CTO John Donovan talks up its cloud services.
CBS News anchor Katie Couric confirms to People she's stepping down.
CNN's Piers Morgan and Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity get good news in April US cable ratings.
Coca-Cola net income rises on overseas growth.
Discovery and History top US viewers' favorite cable networks.
Foursquare seeks additional funding to bring its valuation to $500 million.
Friendster to erase member-created content on May 31st.
Google lets employees tinker with Legos, saws at work; while Android powers half of smartphones sold this year in Nielsen study upset for Apple.
L'Oreal CEO dampens talk of increased stake in Nestle.
News Corp. sets minimum bid for MySpace at $100M.
NFL players see lockout injunction as a victory.
Nintendo intends to retire Wii for a new system in 2012.
Pantene releases shampoo bottles made from sugar.
President Obama takes aim at Big Oil over rising gas prices.
Readers Digest shake-up expands to Rachael Ray's magazine.
Ron Paul's 2012 presidential campaign will target youth.
Sony PlayStation hack exposed users' personal data (and potentially credit card information) as network closed "indefinitely."
Tiger Woods will skip Wells Fargo tournament to heal knee injured during Masters.
YouTube to launch movie rentals with Universal and Sony.
& a Kentucky museum of Coca-Cola memorabilia closes.