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In the News: Unilever, PayPal, Facebook & more

Posted by Dale Buss on June 24, 2011 09:00 AM

In the News

Airbus order blocked by China.

Apple sues Samsung for patent infringement.

Chrysler looks to expand China salesforce.

Cisco increases original content.

Facebook redesign keeps ads visible as ad sales head says brands are overly obsessed with fans.

India's Force Motors unveils new logo and first SUV.

Ford changes fonts, adds voice-controlled apps to make driving easier.

HTC's "Facebook phone" coming to AT&T.

Marks & Spencer aims for India's mass market.

McDonald's, P&G, Omnicom and BBDO named most effective marketers.

MTV invites fans to participate in Posted.

News Corp.'s James Murdoch sees tablets as the new newspaper stock.

PayPal expects to process $3 billion in mobile payments this year.

Sears named as one of the "ten brands that will disappear this year."

Twitter to bring ads into users' streams.

Unilever restructures to focus on categories and speed up innovation.

US Supreme Court protects generic drug-makers.

Viacom sues Cablevision over iPad app.

Wimbledon sponsors take center court.

& Ad Age ranks brands by 2010 marketing spend.

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