The United States Postal Service is on the brink of financial collapse, reports the New York Times.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz hosts political town hall on Tuesday.
Amazon.com tests a site redesign as founder Jeff Bezos sees spaceship misfire.
American Apparel is in talks to raise up to $160 million in financing.
Apple retains appeal without Steve Jobs, while iconic designer Jonathan Ive stays on.
Baidu launches app store.
China’s Bright Foods looks to Australia for growth.
Cisco is accused of abetting Chinese government in Falun Gong crackdown.
CW marketer Rick Haskins attracts attention with provocative campaigns.
Domino's Pizza wants to be the first fast food joint on the moon (offer only good in Japan).
Glee star Heather Morris criticized for domestic violence-themed photo shoot.
Google Doodle pays tribute to Queen's Freddy Mercury.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt says Motorola of interest beyond patents.
Halston brand finds namesake founder a tough act to follow.
HBO promotes Boardwalk Empire with vintage New York subway train.
IMG offers national advertisers regional access to NCAA sports.
InterContinental Hotel chain battles “amenity creep.”
Jamie Oliver urges UN to back proposal for global action on obesity.
Madonna must defend Material Girl brand for Macy's in court.
Mercedes-Benz Smart car brand grows in popularity in China.
News Corp. vets will try to shift blame in phone hacking testimony today.
P&G recovers from Pampers Dry Max controversy.
Prince has been ordered to pay $4 million to perfume-maker after branding deal fell through.
Quaker Oats recalls snack bar.
Royal Bank of Scotland to fight massive US mortgage lawsuit, and raises concerns with ATM move.
San Francisco Giant Tim Lincecum launches branded fashion line.
Southwest boots Green Day singer from flight in latest case of celeb ejection.
Sprint is challenged even if AT&T fails to salvage its bid for T-Mobile.
Tennis Channel loses distribution deals at height of US Open.
Tony Roma’s, Bob’s Big Boy, Gloria Jean’s and Kenny Rogers Roasters find new life outside US.
Toys R Us will open fewer holiday pop-up stores this year.
Vodafone is launching its own tablets.
Whole Foods drops Bethenny Frankel's Skinnygirl Margarita brand over toxic ingredient.
Zac Posen opens first boutique with NYC’s Z Spoke.
How The Bigg Chill frozen yogurt brand keeps its cool.
Media brands walk fine line with 9/11 10th anniversary coverage.
Asian consumers prefer local finance brands.
Brands embrace social listening.
Debate heats up over using real names online vs. anonymous handles.
Location-based services boom in China.
Sodium use rises in restaurants (mostly through gourmet salt popularity).
Why Americans don’t know much about Chinese brands.
Telenovelas woo US Hispanics (and advertisers) with new twists.