Apple sees PC cannibalization by iPad drop.
AutoNation car dealer network gets thrown for a spin by Japanese car-supply problems.
Barnes & Noble hits one million Nook app downloads.
BP tries to salvage Russian deal.
Dish Network taps former Sirius head Joseph Clayton to replace founder Charlie Ergen as CEO.
Fox puts faith in Simon Cowell's The X Factor for fall prime-time schedule.
IMF head arrest in sexual-assault case roils worlds from French politics to euro zone debt.
McDonald's shakes up food-ordering system in Europe.
MINI Cooper tops Edmunds ranking of fuel efficient sporty cars.
NASDAQ partnership withdraws bid for New York Stock Exchange, clearing way for Deutsche Boerse.
NBC will recast The Apprentice if Donald Trump runs for president.
Nokia dumps Ovi brand ahead for Microsoft-friendly Nokia Services.
PepsiCo drops Paw Ridge children's food line.
Saab seems to be rescued by another Chinese company.
Sony works on restoring reputation as PlayStation Network goes back online (but not in Japan).
Tokyo Electric Power reports that fuel in two reactors may have melted.
Virgin Money tests high street lounges in the UK.
Walmart may report on new format tests in Tuesday earnings report.
Wellpoint shakes up hospital payments.
Yahoo and Alibaba move to resolve dispute.
& Iceland launches tourism campaign in the UK.