Posted by Shirley Brady on July 18, 2011 06:00 PM
News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch and son James prepare to testify Tuesday before a British parliamentary hearing on phone-hacking scandal as former News of the World whistleblowing journalist is found dead and The Sun's website is hacked.
Borders calls off auction, announces plans to liquidate and close doors by September.
Cisco slashes workforce by 11,500 positions.
Apple seeks to expand iPhone availability in China.
CNN is first TV network to stream 24/7 online and on mobile.
Delta cuts service to smaller markets.
Dunkin' Brands leads wave of IPOs in the US.
Google launches g.co as official short URL.
IBM raises outlook for 2011.
Kohl's confirms separate Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony lines.
NFL lockout may end this week.
Superman to fly solo in DC Comics relaunch, as Warner Bros. releases teaser trailer for Batman The Dark Knight Rises.
Target signs Gwen Stefani for Harajuku Mini children's collection in November.
YSL signs Natalie Portman's fiance, Benjamin Millepied.