American Express forms venture with French luxury e-tailer, vente-privee.com.
Ashton Kutcher tipped to fill Charlie Sheen void on Two and a Half Men.
Bing continues to capture more searches as Microsoft's antitrust saga comes to an end.
BlackBerry product placement on BBC version of The Apprentice raises eyebrows.
BMW and Audi vie for luxury auto lead.
Bravo TV star Bethenny Frankel sued by former manager for a piece of her just-sold business.
Chevron criticized for corporate citizenship campaign in California.
Facebook claims no smear campaign intended by PR firm Burson-Marsteller vs. Google.
Google nears DOJ settlement over online drug ads.
John Galliano racism trial gets a date, as Prabal Gurung emerges as possible replacement at Dior.
Gap Inc. sued by NYC designer over Old Navy t-shirt design.
HIV/AIDS researchers make breakthrough with antiretroviral drugs.
LeBron James and Derrick Rose highlight just-announced All-NBA team.
Levi's to phase out Signature line as deNiZEN brand expands in Asia.
Louis Vuitton and Chanel prevail in trademark claim against chewing gum maker.
Microsoft expands "app store" trademark battle with Apple, defends Skype buy.
Moet Hennessy to make bubbly in China.
NCAA has trademarked "March Madness."
Puma repositions itself as a luxury, lifestyle brand.
Southwest criticized for singling out overweight passengers.
Spider-Man reopens on Broadway tonight.
St. John reveals first Kate Winslet ad.
Tiger Woods withdraws from the Players championship.
Twitter's open policy doesn't prevent the Taliban from tweeting.
UBS hires artistic savant to create public artwork for New York's JFK airport.
& New copyright bill targets ISPs and search engines.