Al Gore promotes "sustainable capitalism."
Apple aims to reimagine TV and how we consume media, while graphic novel imagines Steve Jobs' design thinking.
AT&T's dream to acquire T-Mobile's US operation may be over.
Barclays enables charitable giving with the tap of a card.
BT files patent suit against Google.
Disney and Atlanta Braves are involved in a trademark dispute.
Facebook sues a different Mark Zuckerberg, sees profits hit $1B ahead of IPO.
Goldman Sachs rises as finance powerhouse.
History Channel struggles at the top.
Jersey Shore's Snooki sued by branding partner.
Morton's steakhouse chain finds a buyer.
MTV drops "Choose or Lose" campaign cycle slogan.
NBCUniversal's queen of cable entertainment turns her focus to E!
NFL embraces technology.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il has died.
P&G confirms hiring freeze, rapped over CoverGirl advertising claims by Council of Better Business Bureaus ad watchdog.
Saab files for bankruptcy.
Time Warner Cable contract spat with Cablevision leads to Fuse being pulled and MSG network threat.
Virgin head Richard Branson outlines vision for future-forward endeavors.
& Google's holiday easter egg: type in "let it snow" (no quotes).