Global stock markets rise this morning in last day of trading in wild week.
American Airlines plans to spin off its Eagle commuter unit.
Angry Birds parent Rovio seeks $1.2 billion valuation.
Anheuser-Busch InBev counts on NFL to lift Bud Light in a big way.
Apple holds sway in tablet wars.
Brinker’s increases focus on value at its restaurant brands such as Chili’s Grill & Bar.
Coca-Cola stumbles on Facebook post in Portuguese.
Darden Restaurants brings its brands to Mexico.
GM plans a new push in Indonesia.
Google begins games on social network.
Huawei plans self-branded handset in U.K. market.
LinkedIn retreats in privacy flap.
NBC and Bloomingdale’s tie up for fall season.
Nintendo plays risky game with price cuts.
Nordstrom and Kohl's maintain improved expectations for year.
Pfizer discloses “potentially improper payments” it made outside the U.S.
Porsche sees demand for its 911 model drop.
SABMiller reportedly prepares "jumbo" financing for new Foster's bid.
Target rolls out flu-shot promotion.
Verizon gets picket injunctions in three states against strikers.
Walmart re-explores purchase of Brazilian unit of Carrefour.
Wendy’s to propel growth with restaurant and menu revamps.
Zynga secures $1-billion credit cushion.