Amazon settles suit with college bookstores.
Apple slapped with escalating legal challenge by China's Proview, which wants iPad name globally.
AT&T seeks fees from developers for users' data use.
Bank customers are increasingly switching to avoid fees.
Billabong rejects $906 million bid.
Buddy Media acquires London startup.
Chevrolet declared America's favorite performance brand.
Coca-Cola's Olympic security concerns revealed by Wikileaks.
Facebook develops self-serve premium ads and preps mobile payments; faces Yahoo patent fight; and enriches California.
Fidelity tries viral marketing.
Google offers $1 million in rewards in Chrome hacking contest.
Google+ deemed a "virtual ghost town" in comparison to Facebook.
KFC highlights corporate citizenship in The Goodification campaign in Australia.
Martha Stewart's wide-ranging brand criticized by some as too confusing.
Michael Douglas becomes a spokesman for the FBI.
NBA favors Democrats, while NFL goes for Republicans.
NBA All-Stars Game lost viewing battle with the Oscars.
Netflix shifts focus to TV shows over movie titles.
Nokia unveils 41 megapixel camera.
Oreo turns 100 with nostalgic campaign.
PepsiCo projects 30,000 farmers in collaborative network by 2013.
Sprint abandons $8 billion MetroPCS deal.
Topshop is coming to Los Angeles.
Yves Saint Laurent is latest fashion label to lose design head.
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