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In the News: BlackBerry, Marriott, Vudu & more

Posted by Chana Mayefsky on August 10, 2011 09:00 AM

In the News

Apple accused of e-book price fixing, as Amazon Kindles social interactions and rolls out cloud-based reader.

AT&T bid for T-Mobile faces California review.

Baidu shuts down Twitter-like service in China.

Banana Republic Facebook fans get first dibs on Banana Republic's Mad Men collection.

BlackBerry's fall from C-Suite to High Street riots in U.K. could damage brand.

Disney CEO Bob Iger seeks "great characters, great stories."

Kate Moss-inspired web ad banned in the U.K.

Macy's boosts full-year outlook.

Marriott signs up for New York's largest hotel project.

NFL finds success with mobile apps.

Nielsen's online vs. TV ratings prepares to go live.

Nokia exits the low-end phone business in the U.S.

PepsiCo joins Honda, Fossil and other brands bracing for falling sales.

Revlon hires Olivia Wilde and Emma Stone as new faces.

Tesco rejects price-fixing claims.

Virgin tests live TV ads in U.K.

Walmart brings Vudu streaming service on iPad.

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