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Brands to Watch: Sprint, Twitter, Walmart & more

Posted by Shirley Brady on May 31, 2011 06:30 PM

Brands to Watch

Apple looks to secure content deals ahead of iCloud unveiling as company previews announcements and Steve Jobs involvement in rare move.

Big Ten Network rebrands as BTN.

CTIA dismisses World Health Organization finding on cancer/mobile link, as WHO also issues new tobacco warning.

Google estimated to take 54 cents of every web ad dollar spent.

LinkedIn establishes Asian base in Singapore.

Montreal promotes its festivals in NYC's Times Square.

Netflix stock hits all-time high as troubled Nokia's stock hits 13-year low.

OpenX aims to take on DoubleClick with $20M from SAP and AOL.

Playmobil takes cue from Lego with Maltese theme park.

Renault CEO bows to France.

Sarah Palin takes aim at President Obama's green energy subsidies, meets up with Donald Trump for "Pizza Summit."

Sprint lobbies to block AT&T purchase of T-Mobile US.

Twitter buys AdGrok.

Walmart gains toehold in Africa with approval to buy South Africa's Massmart.

Yahoo and Alibaba strike a deal.

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