A&P prepares to emerge from bankruptcy.
ABC plans to screen new TV show in theaters.
Amazon backs Hollywood film-streaming format.
Apple's Tim Cook is America's highest-paid CEO.
Daimler still trying to fix Smart brand.
Fiat will begin to emphasize product marketing over brand in U.S.
Ford cites Thai flood impact on bottom line, while U.S. car-buyers are lukewarm to hybrids.
Fox Sports settles legal dispute with Los Angeles Dodgers.
Friendly Ice Cream exits Chapter 11.
General Motors says completion of ad-agency review still a few weeks off.
Honda plans return to Super Bowl advertising.
Hostess Brands files for Chapter 11.
Huawei finds niche in U.S. with low-cost phones.
India green lights single brand retailers such as Starbucks and Ikea.
Kodak realigns business strategy and sues Apple and HTC over patents.
Motorola and Lenovo plan phones using Intel chips.
New Republic explores sale of magazine.
NYSE-Dutch Boerse deal in jeopardy.
Olympus to retain top executives while suing them.
Porsche and Rolls-Royce chase record sales.
Starbucks launches blonde roast nationally.
Twitter scolds Google for social-search development.
Walgreens dazzles shoppers with new premium flagship store in Chicago.
WebMD CEO resigns amid challenges.
& Mitt Romney wins New Hampshire GOP primary to make presidential-campaign history as Ron Paul places and Jon Huntsman shows.