Airbus faces order by European regulators for checks of all A380 jets.
Anheuser-Busch demonstrates new emphasis on sophisticated consumers in its advertising as Bud Light enlists Weego, the Super Bowl dog, to continue buzz.
Apple's iPhone reportedly squeezing carriers.
Buffalo Wild Wings rejoices that NFL season came off.
Chrysler sees no let-up in criticism of Eastwood ad as plot thickens.
Coca-Cola boosts marketing and branding investment as word comes that its Super Bowl livestream exceeded expectations.
Disney sells out Oscars advertising on ABC.
Facebook is challenged on diversity of board members, while mobile ad moves are being closely watched.
Ferrero turns to apps to build buzz for Tic Tac.
Frontier Airlines wants to look more like Spirit.
Glencore and Xstrata encounter difficulties selling their deal to shareholders.
GM seeks solutions to difficulties at Opel.
Goodyear goes mobile with new site.
JetBlue looks for more growth in Boston.
Lego seeks videos for social campaign.
London 2012 Olympics venue naming rights are up for sale.
McCain Foods lures U.K. consumers with potato scent at bus shelters.
McDonald's yanks local radio ad offending pit-bull owners.
News Corp. settles phone-hacking lawsuits.
Nokia plans 4,000 job cuts in Hungary, Finland and Mexico.
Toyota seeks hybrid hit with low-cost Prius c.
Trump plants flag in Washington, D.C., with $200 million hotel.
Walmart takes wraps off its "Great for You" healthful-food private label.
Yahoo shakes up its board.
Yum outlines plans for sales growth and expansion outside U.S.
& Rick Santorum stuns GOP presidential campaign with three victories on Tuesday.