Tiger Woods loses $10 million Tag Heuer endorsement deal.
Groupon addresses accounting complaints as rivals fall by wayside.
Verizon hit by strike action affecting 45,000 workers.
Airbnb continues beefing up security.
Alexander McQueen show at New York's Metropolitan Museum breaks records in final weekend.
American Apparel expands ASOS partnership.
Bank of Scotland launches integrated campaign.
Blogher signs up P&G, grapples with post-Oprah world.
China poised to overtake Japan for luxury goods consumption.
Coca-Cola Freestyle machines to get 2012 marketing push.
Lady Gaga sued for alleged copyright infringement.
Martha Stewart experiences PR fail.
Moody's warns of possible U.S. downgrade, while stocks tumble following S&P downgrade.
New York Times launches Beta620 experimental site.
Nissan Leaf to power homes.
Orkut prevails in Brazil.
Pierre Cardin Android tablet debuts in the U.K.
Unilever sells Ragu and Chicken Tonight brands in the U.K., where it's looking to boost its eco-efforts.
Vietnam ditches tourism slogan.
Water.org gets social marketing support from Camelbak and Facebook.
Zappos accused of lifting "naked" campaign from artist.
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