Amazon wins British top brand survey; and expands deal with FOX to stream TV shows and movies as the News Corp.-owned network gambles $50 million on Terra Nova series.
Apple dips on the back of JPMorgan's back-and-forth reports on iPad output.
Barnes & Noble will receive Borders customer list by end of October.
Berkshire Hathaway moves toward massive repurchase of its own shares, underscoring dilemma for companies – and investors like its chief, Warren Buffett —about what to do with their cash.
China's ‘Facebook’ (RenRen) buys Chinese YouTube (56.com).
Coca-Cola CEO sees U.S. becoming less business-friendly than China.
Deloitte gives pro bono support for global sustainable water management.
Doritos teams with Andy Samberg’s The Lonely Island for Super Bowl campaign.
easyJet founder plans to launch rival airline called FastJet.
Facebook to launch PAC; and will its iPad app compete with Apple’s iPhone 5 reveal?
Ford and the UAW contract talks heat up as the union’s own finances bleed.
Fox News executes a "course correction," Chief Roger Ailes says.
General Mills raises eyebrows with pot-based digital promotion starring Cheech and Chong.
Hearst launches HGTV-branded magazine.
Intel bets on low-cost notebooks with new chip.
Kodak raises fresh concerns about its future.
Martha Stewart rejoins her company’s board of directors.
MTV and AP find that more than half of 12-24-year-olds have experienced digital discrimination.
Puma sets aggressive growth targets in India.
Random House stands by disputed allegations about Sarah Palin in Crown Publishing Group's unauthorized bio, as Palin threatens to sue.
RIM slashes price of BlackBerry PlayBook.
Safeway appoints chief medical officer.
Schick Intuition launches Facebook promotion.
Snooki promotes Zantrex for her weight loss.
Tesco launches price war in the UK.
Toys”R”Us relaunches Imaginarium brand.
Tumblr valued at $800 million.
United Continental feels merger pains.
US Post Office changes rules to honor living individuals on stamps.
Warner Bros. and Charlie Sheen settle lawsuit for reported $25M payout.
Working Mother releases 2011 best companies list.
7-Eleven celebrates 9/29 National Coffee Day with interactive game.
& Independent restaurants lure customers away from chains, according to Mintel research.