Amazon opens Black Friday deals site early, while Walmart offers sneak peak at Black Friday specials on Facebook and its Sams Club unit enhances the holiday-shopping experience.
Apple acknowledges iPhone battery problem.
Sony predicts $1-billion loss.
AOL posts loss despite ad gains.
Diamond Foods punished by investors for accounting delay in purchase of Pringle's from P&G.
Ford launches licensed-products website.
GlaxoSmithKline settles with U.S. over investigations.
Kodak posts wider loss as survival strategy ebbs.
Lexus concedes 2011 luxury-segment U.S.-sales crown.
Los Angeles Dodgers likely to fetch record price.
Mexico Tourism Board tries candor in new marketing campaign.
MillerCoors seeks rebound after "toughest quarter."
Muppets help Underwriters Laboratories discuss household safety.
NBC could find its turnaround is for naught.
News Corp. beats estimates on ad growth and Fox.
Occupied Wall Street Journal protest newspaper now joined by The Occupied Washington Post.
OKCupid and eHarmony offer location-based matching services.
Rovio Entertainment will open its first Angry Birds store in China.
Sinclair Broadcast Group buys Freedom stations.
Syms and Filene's Basement subsidiary file for bankruptcy protection.
Unilever lowers profitability forecast.
Yahoo unveils mobile apps.
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