Archer-Daniels-Midland to cut 1,000 jobs.
Arby's hires ex-Burger King marketer as CMO.
Bank of America and other U.S. banks struggle with customer service on Twitter.
Bing passes Yahoo for the first time.
CBS sees Ashton Kutcher consider return to Two and a Half Men.
Chrysler nudges up Jeep Wrangler output.
Coca-Cola finds fungicide in orange juice.
Continental could add extra fuel tanks to deal with unscheduled stops.
Downton Abbey frenzy in America creates marketing hook for book industry.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group settles trademark dispute with oldest bottler.
eBay CEO projects $8bn in mobile sales this eyar.
Ford accelerates plans to reduce global vehicle platforms.
Google renews push in China.
Harvard advertises courses on Vimeo.
Hyundai tops U.S. auto customer-retention study by J.D. Power.
Intel expands into mobile phones.
McDonald's boosts business with redesign of U.S. restaurants.
P&G runs into promotional constraints because of supply issues of popular new Tide pods.
Quiznos expands to Philippines.
Sears suffers setback as large lender balks.
Starwood expands in India.
Tesco warns of profit slump.
TrueCar will adopt subscription fees in Virginia in bid for regulators' OK.