Amazon dinged for dodging U.K. taxes.
AOL revamps and sees Arianna Huffington gain more control.
Bravo looks to first original scripted series.
Burger King sees Mary J. Blige weigh in on ad controversy as new investor talks tough about McDonald's.
Chrysler got legal shield on old models in Chapter 11 process, newspaper says.
Courtyard contrasts travel hassles with comforts in new campaign.
Ford plans to boost production in China as GM sees China sales climb.
Fox News hires Santita Jackson, daughter of Jesse Jackson, as contributor.
Foxconn plans to raise wages "significantly" in Taiwan.
GE to buy genetic-sequencing firm.
Google restarts M&A engine.
IBM plans to develop tech-services company owned by Brazil's richest man.
LightSquared may file bankruptcy.
M&S and Tesco sit out U.K. green deal push.
MolsonCoors plans to push "aspirational" brands after StarBev purchase.
Nokia sees U.S. future tied to release of Numia.
P&G curbs employees' internet use.
Payless Shoes is on the block.
Shell considers building gas-to-diesel plant in Louisiana.
Tesco rebrands value range.
Wharton School launches new marketing effort.
Yahoo begins re-set process.