BMW projected to beat Mercedes-Benz for US luxury crown.
PepsiCo reportedly mulls layoffs and salary freeze to appease Wall Street.
Kodak bankruptcy report in WSJ slams stock price.
Apple hires Adobe exec to oversee iAds, threatens to sue company behind Steve Jobs doll and rises at Foxconn's expense.
Australia's Commonwealth Bank crowdsources customer ideas.
Arm & Hammer ordered to pull TV commercial criticizing cat litter competitor.
Audi's China sales outstrip Germany.
Boeing closes premier factory in Wichita.
Burberry is now the most popular luxury brand on Facebook, as YouTube, MTV and Coca-Cola lead in FB engagement.
CES frenzy heats up with hot tech speculation.
China's "demographic tsunami" begins, while nation strikes back at EU airline carbon law.
China Telecom aims to expand in Europe.
Cisco pulls plug on umi home videoconferencing service.
Comcast and Disney strike 10-year cross-platform distribution deal including ESPN, Disney Junior.
Current TV scraps with Keith Olbermann.
Disney sells FamilyFun magazine to Meredith.
Esprit tests lifestyle retail concept in Cologne.
Equinox gym chained criticized for using skinny models.
Facebook's Zuckerberg finds an ally in Washington Post CEO.
Fiat raises stake in Chrysler.
Google may be planning tablet, while Pittsburgh goes Google.
Harley Davidson expands in India.
Hyundai scraps premium brand launch to take on Lexus.
IBM's new CEO has a busy first week.
JAL reportedly planning up to $13 billion IPO.
John Lewis leads UK holiday sales.
Kanye West announces Donda, a creative development company, named after his mother.
Kardashians shop concept for their own magazine.
Kraft signs branding deal with SodaStream.
La Redoute redfaced at catalog oops.
Macy's Inc. culls underperforming Macy's and Bloomingdale's stores.
Martha Stewart's daytime show gets canceled.
Peugeot Citroen's brand chief exits.
Schweppes loses fizz in Australia.
Sprint limits mobile data usage.
Starbucks launches mobile payments in the UK.
Truvia expands low-calories sweets.
Twitter criticized by Cuba for Fidel Castro death rumor.
Verizon takes a hit from Apple iPhone sales.
VW brings used car business to India.
Walmart acquires Apple iOS developer.
Wegman's changes mind, retains Alec Baldwin after announcing split.
Yahoo names PayPal exec Scott Thompson as new CEO and "Mr. Fix-It."
Zynga launches new Facebook game as CEO sees shift to free gaming.
& UK shopper tracking technology draws fire from consumer advocates.