Apple loses to RIM in smartphone market in India and eyes worldwide iCloud rights as CEO Tim Cook gets ready to unveil iPhone 5.
Alibaba casts eye on Yahoo, as Yahoo signs content-sharing deal with ABC News.
Angry Birds owner Rovio loses top branding exec.
Citibank raises fees and customer hackles.
Daimler signals optimism on truck sales.
Disney's 3D version of The Lion King shoots onto top-grossers list.
England bans cigarette-vending machines ahead of UK-wide ban.
Facebook looks to increase engagement and help brands communicate better with users via new Insights analytics tool, as changes and security issues touch privacy nerve.
Ford joins General Mills in popular Box Tops for Education philanthropy.
Four Loko gets further prescriptions from FTC.
Google prioritizes Android software in wake of acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings, as search giant launches 'circulars' ad format to take on Sunday papers.
Groupon may have to settle for a smaller IPO.
Hooters sues former exec for launching similar restaurant concept.
Hyundai sees sees another high-profile executive departure.
La Canard Enchaine succeeds in newspaper industry without web presence.
Mashable gains advertisers.
Myspace new owners take Justin Timberlake on a CMO roadshow.
NPR taps Sesame Street head as new CEO.
NYPD challenged over Occupy Wall Street protest response.
PepsiCo leverages consumer psychology in merchandising efforts.
Samsung proposes settlement to end Apple dispute in Australia.
Sony tumbles to 24-year low.
Starbucks accepts US donations to spur local job growth.
Tesco is Europe's biggest private sector employer.
TIME fields new tools to help advertisers track ROI.
Timelines.com sues Facebook.
Twitter outlook pondered by New York magazine.
Warren Buffett stays loyal to President Obama.