Amazon considers remedy for Kindle faults.
Anheuser-Busch InBev plans reality show for Budweiser brand.
Apple and HTC face judgment day on patent dispute, as Apple celebrates 100M apps from the Mac App Store and The Beatles' success on iTunes.
AT&T reportedly gets a break in its T-Mobile acquisition plan.
Auto Nation seeks new dealerships in existing Sun Belt markets, while U.S. auto dealers get creative with promotions.
Diamond Foods faces challenge over payments to walnut growers, complicating acquisition of Pringles from P&G.
Disney Four Seasons hotel begins construction.
General Mills takes G-WIN digital innovation initiative global.
GM faces potentially long investigation of Volt fires.
Google welcomes co-op advertisers, launches YouTube for Schools educational initiative.
Green Monday may have come and gone for online retailers.
Huffington Post expands to Spain with El Pais.
Kingfisher Airlines hits turbulence.
Louis C.K. challenges Hollywood with direct-to-consumer video sales.
NBA renews major ad partnerships with Anheuser-Busch InBev, Gatorade and AutoTrader.com as it grapples with shortened season.
Netflix looks ahead following stumbles.
New Line and Warner Bros. see New Year's Eve rank No. 1 in weekend box office as Hollywood overall suffers from poor holiday season.
Nissan debates another EV for the U.S. market as singing electric sockets hail its Leaf in first-anniversary TV commercial.
P&G's Ivory brand launches new online community for moms, the Soap Dish.
Panasonic announces smartphone plans for 2012.
Pause invites Jingle Bells torture.
Pearson sells its 50% stake in FTSE International.
Qualcomm renames San Diego Chargers stadium for ten days.
President Obama gets religion as Christmas and Hannukah near.
Ryan Braun risks reputation as baseball National League's MVP fights substance charges.
Samsung launches first ultrabook.
Starz debuts app and goes big on Facebook to promote Spartacus.
Tetley's updates can design with iconic huntsman to woo British beer drinkers.
Tim Tebow leads Denver Broncos to yet another victory.
Time Warner bids for Endemol, producer of Big Brother.
Toshiba's holiday gift to New York: an electronic Christmas tree in Times Square.
Unilever finds carbon footprint difficult to quantify, gets tough with striking U.K. workers.
Virgin Atlantic makes rival bid to British Airways for Lufthansa's bmi unit.
Walmart and other big global retailers retool plans for India.
Walt Disney goes with young princess for new character.