Apple will use Baidu search engine on phones in China and gets on fast track in court to block Samsung Galaxy phone as iPhone 5 speculation mounts ahead of WWDC, while marketing head Steve Schiller gets a Bloomberg Businessweek profile. Also, Apple will pay $2.5 million to settle false advertising suit in Australia over 4G iPad claims.
Audi plant expansion tests ability to maintain quality.
Boeing hits milestone on 787 Dreamliner.
Burger King plans to expand in Russia.
Cannes Lions to honor Dan Weiden of Weiden+Kennedy.
Carnival Cruise loyalty program members are up in arms.
CBS chief Les Moonves says "partisanship" is part of journalism now.
Change.org tests line between activism and profits.
Dish Network chief defends ad-skipping DVR, criticizes TV industry and begins building wireless-phone competitor.
Euro 2012 sponsors leery of racism charges.
Facebook app center goes live.
FDA spurs sunscreen SPF changes.
GE and Chevron circle Myanmar for energy deals.
GM touts mpg on 2013 Volt as superior to Prius.
Google founders prepare for regulators' antitrust questions.
Jaguar hires new UK marketing head.
Jiffy Lube promises just the work you need in new campaign.
Kraft Foods ditches NYSE for NASDAQ before break-up.
Marks & Spencer to launch M&S Bank in partnership with HSBC.
McDonald's sow-pen demands could raise pork prices, while Asia sales dip.
Nikon expands relationship with Ashton Kutcher for new campaign.
Olympus cuts jobs to bolster finances.
Prada cautions despite dazzling profit.
Samsung's new CEO assumes role with less clout.
Starbucks starts K-cup sales.
Twitter reorganizes management structure.
Walmart pressured over wages and benefits.