Apple "iPhone 5 in October" rumors heat up and cases appear, while Samsung sues to pre-emptively block the device in Korea.
Netflix's Qwikster spin-off proves a turn-off to observers, subscribers and Wall Street.
Tyson Foods releases social campaign for Feeding America, and settles 12-year legal battle with employees with $32M settlement.
AT&T faces tough battle with seven states backing DoJ suit.
Facebook and Time Warner's CNN and Cartoon Network team up on anti-bullying pledge app.
Jarritos Mexican soda appeals to non-Hispanic young men with new campaign.
Kenshoo expands relationship with Omnicom's Annalect.
Lego enhances augmented reality packaging.
Lowe's replaces "Let's build something together" tagline with "Never stop improving."
Mercedes Benz shoots spot with George Clooney for China.
NII launches new Nextel branding in Latin America.
Peeps unveils Halloween twist.
PepsiCo reportedly plans to replace Amp logo on Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s NASCAR vehicle with Diet Mountain Dew.
Robbie Williams launches clothing line, Farrell, inspired by his grandfather.
Starbucks hit with Peeping Tom video taping suit.
Telstra prepared to update its branding ahead of shareholder vote on deal with NBN.
Toyota signs integrated product placement deal with Bravo's Top Chef; rumored to develop EV brand for China.
Wells Fargo rebranding of Wachovia rolls out in Washington, D.C.
World Vision, USAid and the Ad Council partner on PSA to bring attention to Horn of Africa drought.
& President Obama unveils $3.6 trillion deficit plan following consultation with Warren Buffett.