Amazon's original programming plans draws speculation.
Apple prepares for iPad (HD?) reveal frenzy today while new device also could be boon for Verizon Wireless; and company receives key patent for iWallet.
Arby's uses holistic approach to social media to boost Klout score.
Bank of America is bullish on girl power.
Bentley's 'ugly' SUV the talk of the Geneva Motor Show.
Boeing forms alliance with Chinese jet maker.
Carbonite sees stock price drop after withdrawing advertising from Rush Limbaugh, as radio host sees 30+ advertisers leave, including Netflix.
Chevron faces criticism after gas-rig fire off Nigeria.
Cosmopolitan reaches 100K paid digital subscriptions.
CrackBerry trademark application gets rejected.
Facebook loses privacy case in German court over email.
Ford awards CEO Alan Mulally $58 million for leading turnaround.
Fox cancels big Steven Spielberg-produced show, Terra Nova.
Foot Locker counts on apparel, women, kids to help reach ambitious goals.
GE promotes new management culture that values depth in an industry over general breadth.
Groupon expands VIP test.
Indianapolis Colts will reportedly cut ties with Peyton Manning.
Michael Jordan trademark suit gets green light in China.
Miller returns to "It's Miller Time" classic tag line for Lite beer.
Molson Coors launches iced-tea beer.
Netflix looks to expand via US cable systems.
Nordstrom launches iPad app with Joseph Abboud.
Old Navy touts t-shirts with fabric-stressing Mr. T.
Olympus and executives charged by prosecutors in Japan.
P&G has high hopes for Tide Pods.
PayPal caught up in Canadian robocall investigation.
Self magazine plans online game based on its real-world event.
Sprint may end deal with LightSquared, as carrier preps mobile wallet for prepaid users.
Sundance brand expands with UK film festival.
Telefonica expands incubator program.
UK NFC ad campaign signs major brands.
UPS talks with TNT hit a bump.
Virgin Mobile looks to create friendlier cellphone brand in US.