Post Carol Bartz ouster, Yahoo may look for next leader in advertising as site retains financial advisers and mulls sale.
President Obama is expected to seek a $300-billion jobs package in his address to Congress tomorrow night.
AT&T could cut price of buying T-Mobile if regulator demands become too onerous.
BP casts about for new growth strategy.
Bank of America executes major shakeup of leadership.
Benetton unveils sexy image overhaul.
Borders is sued over layoffs.
Chevrolet aims to tackle low awareness among European consumers.
Chevron makes oil discovery deep in the Gulf of Mexico.
Chrysler formalizes role by electing Sergio Marchionne as chairman.
Groupon re-evaluates plans to raise capital after delaying IPO.
Hyundai offers bullish outlook on European sales.
International Paper adds to clout in packaging by acquiring Temple-Inland.
Jiayuan becomes Match.com of China.
Justin Bieber follows Ashton Kutcher and Justin Timberlake as startup investor.
Kraft drives growth in Asia.
McDonald's provides glimpses of "green" improvements.
Mercedes-Benz plans to expand highest-end lineup to beat BMW in profits.
Pepperidge Farm invests in innovation center.
PizzaExpress rebrands in the UK.
Saab seeks court protection from creditors.
Solyndra files for bankruptcy-court protection; solar-energy firm seeks buyer
TechCrunch faces shift by AOL ownership.
Virgin hires a new CMO.
Walt Disney sees consumer-products chief quit.