Acer sees stock tumble after questionable financial audit.
Amazon rolls out Groupon rival, Amazon Local.
American Airlines and Orbitz forced to play nice.
Android assails Nokia in Europe.
Anthony Weiner's Twitter scandal continues.
Asos bottom line dinged by warehouse move.
Audi sued for allegedly using Eminem's Chrysler ad music.
Borders sees bidder emerge also with Michigan roots.
CBS pushes for huge upfront ad-price increases.
Chrysler and Hyundai are biggest winners in May auto sales, while Toyota and Honda are still struggling post-quake.
Citi boosts Bank of America.
Coca-Cola considers listing in China, searches for London 2012 Olympics torch-carriers.
Delta faces probe on union drive by U.S. investigators.
Facebook's top check-ins include Disneyland and Facebook HQ.
Ford admits to quality challenge.
Gmail claims hacking attempt from withing China; Chinese officials deny.
Google antitrust probe in US could drag on, as $8.5M Google Buzz settlement reached and books case get extended.
Gwyneth Paltrow joins Twitter and Facebook.
Japan PM offers to quit after nuclear crisis settles.
Lady Gaga looks to expand brand to India.
Law & Order loses steam.
Mango unveils new logo.
Marc Jacobs declines to sue Justin Bieber over perfume knock-off.
Microsoft offers sneak peek at Windows 8.
Mitt Romney is ready to throw his hat in the US presidential race.
New York Mets promote Pepsi Max.
Nokia denies Microsoft takeover rumors.
SAC Capital faces insider-trading inquiry.
Samsung Chromebook launches on Gilt.
Shaquille O'Neal's post-retirement legacy forms.
Sony resumes PlayStation network in U.S. and Europe.
Twitter boasts 600+ advertisers, aims to expand reach.
Virgin Atlantic polls customers on aviation tax.
Virgin head Richard Branson speaks out on global war on drugs, promotes corporate philanthropy.