Barnes & Noble losses continue on Nook as e-reader competition intensifies.
Bridgestone surrenders Super Bowl halftime show.
Coca-Cola creates global TV series for Summer Olympics.
Facebook gains support for advertising from Ford and Coca-Cola.
FedEx CEO predicts industry shifts as airport-to-airport business stalls.
Ford uses big data to inform marketing and design decisions at Silicon Valley lab.
GM unifies global design strategy.
Kimberly-Clark enlists Mexican TV star for Huggies campaign.
J.C. Penney to tweak message but not strategy in wake of president's ouster this week.
Johnny Rockets ramps up international growth.
Microsoft still faces questions over Surface tablet.
News Corp. gains stronger foothold in Australian pay TV.
Nike becomes first U.K. marketer to have Twitter campaign banned.
P&G cuts earnings forecast.
Papa John's and Red Lobster top restaurant-chain customer-satisfaction ranking.
PepsiCo signs Billboard as sponsor for summer concert series as part of Live for Now campaign.
Ryanair bids for rival Aer Lingus.
Samsung launches biggest-ever U.S. marketing campaign, for Galaxy, a smartphone that bristles with extras.
Universal seeks federal blessing to bulk up with EMI acquisition.