Angry Birds Space sets mobile download record.
Apple and Microsoft face price-gouging inquiry in Australia.
Barack Obama tests "Forward" as a campaign slogan.
BP will pay $4 billion on new oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico this year.
BlackBerry will be in the hot seat at BlackBerry World conference by RIM on Tuesday.
Broadway tests autism-friendly theater performances.
Brooklyn Nets unveils new team logo designed by Jay-Z.
Chrysler boosts Jeep production.
Facebook will announce a "life-saving tool" on Good Morning America on Tuesday.
Gap Inc. names first global brand president for Old Navy.
Genentech releases cancer drug early following dying woman's plea.
Google sued by pension fund over proposed stock split.
Japan's Monster Beverage Corp. rises on Coca-Cola takeover chatter — and falls as Coke downplays WSJ report.
NAB (National Australia Bank) trims its UK workforce.
New York braces for return of Occupy Wall Street on May 1st, part of nationwide May Day revival, and celebrates One World Trade Center as the city's new tallest tower.
Pepsi replaces Coca-Cola at IHOP and Applebee's.
Pretzel Crisps brand introduces mascot, branded entertainment.
Sears and Kmart will launch Sandra Lee-branded home collection.
The Economist pioneers consolidated media reporting.
Toyota unveils "electric personal vehicle" at Beijing Auto Show.