Nokia plans to cut 10,000 more jobs, or one in three staff, and sheds CMO as it loses market share to Apple and Samsung and threatens mobile aspirations of Microsoft.
Disney spends $1.1 billion to spruce up its Disney California Adventure theme park, including a brand-new 12-acre Cars Land and Avengers plan.
Microsoft takes a page from Gmail in email revamp as Gmail gets a facelift, too.
AOL wins proxy fight over its content strategy.
Abercrombie & Fitch takes credit for Carly Rae Jepsen's Justin Bieber-fueled viral smash.
Apple expands "emoji" with LGBT consumers.
Audi defends Le Mans title on Saturday as Toyota mounts competition in a hybrid racer.
BP lawsuit sees jury side with Kevin Costner.
Chevrolet backs Sportsman Channel "Made in America" series.
Chrysler sees gas-tank probe of Jeeps widen.
Coca-Cola to sell drinks in Burma for first time in 60 years.
Facebook, Twitter, Google, and AOL form alliance to fight "bad ads."
Ford pledges to cut energy used in making autos by 25 percent in four years.
H&M defies bleak conditions in Europe with rising sales.
Hidden Valley takes on ketchup in repositioning as condiment.
Honda leads surge in U.S. auto output.
Labouré-Roi wine trading company accused of "multimillion pound fraud."
Lance Armstrong brand partners stick with him despite fresh doping allegations.
LVMH makes move in high-end men's fashion.
Microsoft hails 'new era' for TV ads.
NBA shows playoff finalist Miami Heat is No. 2 in social-media engagement, to Los Angeles Lakes.
NBC plans to debut some new comedies free of commercials.
Nasdaq plots defense over Facebook IPO.
NBA stars (and Jay-Z) glom onto nerdy eyeglasses trend.
PopCap and Wooga pull games from Google+.
Special K features 'plus-sized real women' in its U.K. advertising.
TNT rides tall with premiere of new Dallas series.
Tesco is challenged on Fresh & Easy strategy by union group.
Vogue editor Anna Wintour hosts Obama fundraiser with Sarah Jessica Parker.