Posted by Shirley Brady on June 14, 2011 06:30 PM
Angry Birds and Moshi Monsters are ready for prime time at International Licensing Expo in Las Vegas.
Apple estimated to pay more than $1 billion annually to run iTunes; agrees to pay mobile patent settlement to Nokia; and sees top retail exec jumps ship to jcpenney.
Avis signs deal to buy European counterpart for $1 billion.
BBC moves to sell its iconic Television Centre in Wood Lane.
Bloomberg TV files complaint alleging Comcast/NBCU favoritism.
Cabbage Patch Kids will be revived for cartoon.
California's same-sex marriage law upheld by federal judge.
FDA gets tough on sunscreen brands.
Gawker traffic starts to rebound.
Google remains most-visited web brand in Nielsen's US ranking.
Hugh Hefner's wedding is cancelled as Playboy faces suit by model.
Jenny Craig held a free cookout in NYC.
Jiffy Lube changes oil change guidelines.
Pandora's IPO estimated to hit $2.6 billion market valuation.
Time Warner execs hail the death of TV at the US Cable Show.
Twitter adds "follow recommendations" feature.
Yoplait sponsors iPad apps for kids.