Apple's blockbuster earnings report includes surprises, such as popularity of iPads over Mac sales to education market.
Baidu launches browser in China.
Bank of America posts record quarterly loss.
Coca-Cola gains market share despite soft market.
Dupont sued over herbicide as brand supports sustainable aquaculture.
Facebook and NBC partner for GOP presidential debate, as Facebook ads increase 1,900% in year, 104% in one quarter.
Goldman Sachs prepares to trim workforce in wake of disappointing quarter.
Google's Eric Schmidt not worried about mobile patent proxy war.
Hermes lifts forecast.
IBM reports strong quarterly results.
Kanye West's first fashion collection wins praise.
Lady Gaga's website was hacked.
Made in Britain logo competition won by a student.
Marriott expands Autograph luxury brand.
Michael Jordan proves he's still got it.
Microsoft develops social network for pharma, and reportedly drops out of Hulu auction.
Mulberry is now the best-selling fashion brand worldwide, according to Bloomberg, helped by Alexa Chung bag.
NFL finalizes multiyear contract with players.
TIME firms up digital subscription strategy.
Toyota, other automakers scale back on advertising.
Twitter vows to keep it simple.
US arrests suspected Anonymous hacktivists in FBI raids.
Verizon expands into smart home market.
Yahoo revenues hobbled by display ad sales.
Zillow IPO will test market for smaller public offers.
& Michael Vick endorses the anti-dogfighting legislation he inspired.