Posted by Dale Buss on February 17, 2012 09:02 AM
Alibaba holding company may privatize Alibaba.com.
Amazon plans to swell Seattle office market with new towers.
Apple's iPhone loses China market share and faces U.S. repercussions over iPad trademark dispute; and makes over Macintosh for mobile features and gives developers access to new operating system, Mountain Lion.
Chrysler drops request for green-car loans from U.S.
Facebook finds that retailers are shutting storefronts hosted by it.
Google tracked unwitting iPhone owners.
J.M. Smucker finds sticker shock hurts results.
Jimmy John's linked to e. coli outbreak.
Jeremy Lin may seek his next challenge as a NBA player's union rep.
Mars plans to put its chocolate bars on a diet.
MSNBC ousts Pat Buchanan; he blames political pressure.
Nestle expects new products to help in a tough year.
PG&E tallies costs of 2010 blast cost at $1.7 billion.
P.F. Chang's aims to stem sliding same-store sales.
Twitter opens up self-serve ad platform to small businesses.
Yelp sets terms of March IPO, seeks $93 million.
Zynga plans to promote less reliance on Facebook.
& Brahma invites Jennifer Lopez to Carnival in Rio.