ABC edges out NBC in the morning.
AOL pushes to grab TV-ad dollars.
Apple loses luster on its shares.
Audi set to buy Ducati, Bloomberg reports.
BlackBerry store sits as quiet marker of RIM failed strategy.
Coca-Cola profit beats estimates.
Coty says it has lined up capital for Avon bid.
Darden seeks to grow upscale Eddie V's restaurant chain.
Deutsche Telekom considers selling UK and Dutch subsidiaries.
Domino's sticks to pizza even in Asia.
Exxon sets Russian projects.
Hidden Valley Ranch expands to sunflower seeds.
Huffington Post wins first Pulitzer for reporting.
Hulu grows up in time for TV upfronts.
Indian Hotels seeks bigger stake in Orient-Express brand.
Jaguar surprised by appearance in Mad Men.
Kraft drops Athenos Greek-yogurt line.
Macy's and Martha Stewart Living team up for TV special though they're foes in court.
Mattel's profit drops 53% as demand for Barbie and Hot Wheels declines.
Microsoft dips futher into open-source.
NBA D-League playoffs allow logos on uniforms.
NBCU forms Style Media to embrace content and products for Style Network.
New Mexico tourism officials tackle dull rep with new slogan, "New Mexico True."
P&G once again honors moms in campaign tied to Summer Olympics.
Planter's co-brands new product with Men's Health.
Riunite cultivates wine fans at NASCAR.
Smoothie King focuses on breakfast.
Theraflu no longer also a Kanye West song.
Turner seeks to take on TV broadcast networks.
Volkswagen touts new Golf R version with iPad app.
Walgreens expands number of EV-charging stations in Florida.
Western Union evolves brand into global payment-services leader.
Zynga flashes $1.8 billion searching for hit new-game acquisition.