Posted by Dale Buss on May 31, 2012 09:01 AM
GM expected to announce Manchester United sponsorship today.
Nike is selling its Cole Haan and Umbro brands.
RIM shareholders see outright sale as best option for BlackBerry maker.
Amazon may end up sharing California tax as NJ tax collection kicks in.
American Idol owner rebrands.
CBS says Super Bowl advertising is more than half sold.
Caterpillar sees strikers hunkering down.
Chevron is sued in Canada by Amazonians.
JCPenney ramps up promotions, muddling new pricing strategy.
LinkedIn executives lay out strategy.
Marriott buys Gaylord Entertainment.
Microsoft aims at apps market with Windows 8.
Morgan Stanley defends firm's handling of Facebook IPO.
Pep Boys acquisition deal collapses.
Prudential eyes U.S. growth with acquisition.
Talbots brand is sold.
Teen Vogue tries to create a "Fashion's Night Out" type of day for back-to-school shopping.
& FDA rejects new name for corn syrup.