Posted by Dale Buss on July 12, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple loses chief patent lawyer.
Arnold Schwarzenegger signs up for first post-scandal movie role.
BBC tests Facebook credits for Doctor Who rentals.
Cisco may eliminate up to 10,000 jobs, analyst says, while the company prepares to unveil upgraded switching.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group presses trademark case against part of its legacy.
Dunkin’ Donuts parent seeks to raise $461 million in IPO.
ESPN picks up Friday Night Lights.
EBay may be liable in L’Oreal trademark dispute as the French cosmetics giant adapts its digital-marketing model to the U.S.
Foursquare moves to re-sell Groupon and other daily coupon deals.
HP experiences another shake-up in the C-suite.
Italy comes into focus as latest euro-debt risk.
MLB avoids another lunging-fan catastrophe on the eve of tonight’s All-Star Game in Phoenix as NY Yankee Robinson Cano wins Home Run Derby.
News Corp. moves to delay BSkyB deal to avoid its collapse in the News of the World hacking scandal as the extent of the targeting, including former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, becomes apparent.
Renault keeps to electric-vehicle course.
Volkswagen puts up record first-half sales numbers.
& U.S. business-delinquency rates are rising.