Apple grapples with Foxconn labor audit.
BP says Gulf oil spill was smaller than claimed.
Best Buy reboots big-box format.
BlackBerry owner RIM sees former co-CEO depart amid $125 million loss, trims exec staff, and explores strategic options including sale of Canada's troubled smartphone-maker.
Burger King sells 278 restaurants to biggest franchisee; tests new menu items; cedes U.S. crown to Wendy's; and brings lamb burgers to the U.K.
CBS and Turner boost digital ad sales through March Madness.
Chrysler unveils new spots to follow Super Bowl's "Halftime in America" commercial with Clint Eastwood.
Daimler and BYD announce Denza, a new EV auto brand for China.
Dolby considers buying naming rights to Academy Awards venue.
Dunkin' Donuts launches multi-platform Hispanic campaign.
ESPN rejects NASCAR sponsor commercial.
Ford bets on retractable glass roof to goose Lincoln sales.
Foxconn agrees to change Chinese labor practices in Apple plants.
Google heightens rivalry with iPad and Apple with plans to sell Google-branded Android tablet via direct-to-consumer online store.
H&M is launching a standalone luxury retail brand.
Honda prices Acura ILK to attract Millennial buyers from BMW.
HTC places marketing in consumers' hands.
Kindle and other e-readers believed to help boys to read.
LivingSocial replaces instant deals with food takeout & delivery.
MasterCard and Visa hit by "massive" security breach.
MF Global finance executives confound Congressional questioners.
McDonald's sees competitors catching up at breakfast.
Mexico introduces its own clothing sizes.
Pepsi breaks out Nicki Minaj as new spokeswoman.
PetroChina surpasses Exxon Mobil as world's biggest public trader of oil.
Prada profits from big bet in China.
Quaker Oats gives mascot a makeover.
Radio Shack runs into interference from pegging future to smartphones.
Sears said to consider dumping Lands' End.
Tesco positions itself as the UK's home of gaming.
Verizon pitches mobile video.
Walmart to emphasize low prices anew in marketing.