Amazon looms as nemesis of book publishers, as children's book publisher pulls its titles.
Apple denies designer Philippe Starck's claim of 'revolutionary' device.
Arby's makes social media blunder over Rush Limbaugh advertising.
Archie comics legal battle heats up.
Audi may select its North American plant site this week, with Mexico the favorite, Automotive News says.
CBS emphasizes hard news to regain an edge.
Citigroup reports better-than-expected revenue growth.
Crowdsourcing brain research leads to scientific breakthrough.
Disney focuses on chimp family in new film.
Facebook, ingesting Instagram, puts Silicon Valley on notice over mobile aims. Kodak's failure to create an Instagram, meanwhile, boiled down to: "Innovation Isn’t Easy Midstream."
FDA's pink slime controversy stokes clash over US agriculture.
Food Network parent starts competitor to Open Table.
Ford seeks new generation for Mustang, and sets diet goal of 750 pounds a car.
Fox Business Network now "cost-neutral," Fox CEO says.
GM kills Chevrolet Avalanche.
Google CEO says Internet faces greatest threat ever while company is fined $25K by FCC over Street View's invading privacy and company heads to crucial patent trial against Oracle. Google also adopts 'dual' social media model.
Mars launches Euro 2012 Premier League campaign.
Mattel sees profit fall on acquisition costs.
Mountain Dew launches campaign with Lil Wayne.
Pandora courts local advertisers.
Peugeot targets younger drivers with YouTube push.
Renault carves out strong business with low-cost cars in struggling Europe.
Rovio talks with Chinese about expanding access to Angry Birds.
SAP foresees strong growth despite slow start to 2012 and looks beyond business customers in new advertising campaign.
Sony focuses on "brand DNA" as observers ponder its tech missteps.
Suzuki shrinks brand presence in U.S.
Tesco overhauls its sputtering strategy.
UK medical body calls for Olympic ban on Coke and McDonald's while McDonald's UK prepares Olympics-based "Mascotathon" Happy Meal promotion.
US luxury retailers woo Chinese tourists to America.
Virgin plans to appeal EU approval of takeover of bmi airline by IAG, the parent group of British Airways.
Walmart shores up China strategy.
& Anheuser-Busch InBev, Bacardi, Brown-Forman, Carlsberg, Diageo, Heineken, Pernod Ricard and SAB Miller have all signed European Responsible Marketing Pact.