Ancestry.com acquires Archives.com for $100 million.
Anheuser-Busch warns UFC about fighters' inappropriate comments.
Apple now gets one-fourth of its revenue from China as CEO emerges from Jobs's shadow.
Bausch & Lomb shifts focus from contact lenses.
Bottega Veneta launches personalized fashion.
Burberry passes New York Times critique of designer lines for kids.
Burger King faces higher costs after decision to go cage-free.
Chrysler quadruples first-quarter profits and slow-walks investment in China.
Coca-Cola proposes two-for-one stock split.
Disney faces dilemma in search for new studio chief.
Dow Chemical quarterly earnings fall 30%.
Dr Pepper Snapple hints at new Ten launches in 2013.
Exxon Mobile earnings disappoint.
Facebook beefs up security.
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt defends tax rate.
Google Autos seeks partners.
Google Drive fights privacy paranoia.
Groupon CEO says company must avoid "stupid risks."
H&R Block stock tumbles.
Kraft drops billboard suit.
LinkedIn launches an iPad app.
Lockheed Martin CEO ascends to chairman post as earnings jump.
Lorillard plunges tobacco industry into e-cigarettes business.
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch admits hacking coverup as Fox News serves mole with warrant.
Nintendo reports massive (and first) operating loss.
Nissan recalls vehicles with mislabeled tire warnings.
P&G signs individual deals with NFL teams for Tide.
Panera plans to expand and to increase marketing spending.
Reckitt Benckiser promotes new ways to use French's mustard.
Sony's PlayStation Vita integrates Skype.
Subway debuts new cafe concept in Florida.
T-Mobile awarded AT&T wireless spectrum, criticizes Verizon deal.
US Airways pushes for deal to buy American Airlines.
US Postal Service turnaround plan passes Senate.
Walmart queried by Congress on bribery scandal as Mexico plans inquiry.
Yahoo sets sights on men with slate of web-only videos and adds Katie Couric video show.