McDonald's UK will introduce Mad Men-inspired uniforms at London 2012 Olympics venue.
Kia Soul scores in J.D. Power auto quality study while Lexus repeats as #1 overall and Ford and Chrysler slip in key automotive rankings.
Starbucks to open first tea-only store under Tazo brand.
Facebook Credits system is being phased out for new payment platform, while IPO attracts Capitol Hill inquiry, "like" button migrates to third-party mobile apps, and unique visitors drop.
Apple fined in Australia for misleading iPad advertising.
BlackBerry-maker RIM downsizes workforce.
Cabot to buy Norit for $1.1 billion.
Cannes Lions announces winners for creative effectiveness, media, mobile and outdoor.
Coca-Cola will distribute Fair Oaks Farms Brands' Core Power high-protein energy drinks, as the soft drink giant moves into the dairy products market.
Coca-Cola is also embroiled in trademark battle with SodaStream.
ConAgra's Hebrew National Hot Dogs accused of being non-kosher.
eBay adopts clean energy platform.
Europe takes first stab at banking union as Spanish bank stress tests are closely watched and Eurozone crisis creates buyer's market.
Green Garage offers a sustainable incubator for Detroit start-ups.
Hallmark partners with Shutterfly.
Kimberly Clark targeted by consumer watchdog in California.
LG and Philips partner for cross-platform smart TV apps.
LinkedIn sued over data breach.
Maldives to become a marine reserve by 2017, while Oracle CEO Larry Ellison buys 98% of Hawaiian island Lanai.
NBC reportedly plans to replace Ann Curry on the Today Show.
Penguin plans to make its e-books available in NYC libraries.
Peugeot opens design lab in Paris to extend brand beyond cars, weighs impact of GM on BMW hybrid alliance.
Puma announces London Olympics activation.
Reading Rainbow TV show returns as an app.
Ryanair approaches Ireland's Air Lingus for the third time.
Seattle joins plastic bag ban.
Style network unveils new logo.