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In the News: BNY Mellon Shake-Up, JC Penney Apologizes, Solyndra Stumbles

Posted by Dale Buss on September 1, 2011 08:56 AM

In the News

Amazon to release new album by Blondie as an exclusive.

Apple criticized for China supply chain pollution.

AT&T's T-Mobile setback seen as test case for tougher US antitrust limits.

BNY Mellon ousts chief in shake-up.

BP offices in Moscow continued to be raided by government officials in document search connected to lawsuit.

Bennigan's begins brand-wide overhaul.

Billie Jean King launches USTA-backed arthritis PSA campaign at US Open.

Conde Nast aggregates popular content with Social Sidekick.

Cosi CEO resigns.

Gibson Guitar complains about U.S. action over imported woods.

Google sued by shareholder over pharmacy ads.

IBM to buy Algorithmics for $387 million.

JC Penney apologizes for controversial girls' t-shirt.

Lagardere tries to reassure investors.

Lego sales surge on mini figures.

Microsoft accused of stealth-tracking customers in new lawsuit.

Newsweek goes for newsstand impact with crazy covers.

New York Times and Google launch 9/11-themed YouTube channel.

President Obama moves his long-awaited jobs speech to NFL Kick-Off Night following spat with GOP.

Seattle's Best eyes growth after Borders bankruptcy.

Solyndra, a solar company touted by President Obama only a year ago, to declare bankruptcy.

Sony kills Qriocity brand to launch Sony Entertainment Network; promotes new Reader WiFi with Harry Potter bundle.

Whole Foods launches test of Wellness Clubs.

& U.S. auto sales likely bogged down in August.

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