AOL faces crossroads with shareholders at annual meeting.
Airbus may take eight weeks for A380 wing fix.
Apple rumor mill churns ahead of WWDC announcements this week as it beats Google for loyalty of app developers.
BBC hires marketing chief from Diageo.
BMW and Audi post record sales as China boom continues.
CNN reportedly close to acquiring Mashable.
Domino's overseas business now beats U.S.
Facebook already appears past days of wild user growth.
Funny or Die becomes go-to partner for marketers.
GE considers breaking off big chunks of its lending business.
Gillette breaks taboo by revealing razor longevity.
Google settles French lawsuits over book digitization, begins shutting down Meebo services.
Honda loses money on imports to U.S.
IBM, Walmart and Google among "planet brands" that could drive sustainability.
Jenny Craig makes inroads in France.
Kraft sets up digital-marketing incubator in Latin America.
Lenovo starts selling own mobile broadband service.
LinkedIn defends reaction in wake of password theft.
Lululemon named Canada's fastest-growing brand by Interbrand as TD takes top spot.
McDonald's sames-store sales softening reflects lower consumer confidence.
NBC gets ratings blow from withdrawal of Triple Crown threat in Saturday's Belmont Stakes.
Noodles & Co. tests new service format.
P&G and Walmart team up to deploy joint mobile stores in U.S. cities.
Peeps leverages brand for anti-bullying campaign.
PepsiCo creates post for design chief and hires one from 3M.
Roche eyes smaller deals.
Starbucks plans to begin selling K-cups in its cafes soon.
Subaru and Toyota recall cars for misprinted manuals.
TD hires former British politician as senior advisor.
Toronto bans plastic bags.
Toyota restarts 100 Cars for Good campaign.
Tumblr unveils first major brand campaign, for Adidas.
Twitter rolls out TV campaign as brand stats questioned.
UnitedHealth plans to keep some provisions of Obamacare.
US students' use of "study drugs" comes under fire.