Toyota tops Interbrand's 2012 Best Global Green Brands report.
News Corp. considers splitting company in two, spinning off publishing assets, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft acquires Yammer for $1.2 billion to take on Oracle and Salesforce with new cloud-based services.
Nissan rises on fast recovery from disasters and plans $1B China auto plant as CEO Ghosn remains Japan's highest paid exec and automaker turns to Facebook to launch five new models.
Facebook names first woman to board — COO Sheryl Sandberg — and pulls so-called stalker app while creating uproar by changing all users' email addresses to facebook.com.
Google I/O news on Wednesday expected to reveal Google and Sony taking on cable and satellite operators with voice-controlled YouTube TV box, as Google prepares to battle Apple with discount tablet.
Air New Zealand produces animated flight safety video to better engage passengers.
American Eagle Outfitters uses "inspiring real people" for Back-to-School campaign.
Apple looks to design patents in Samsung legal dispute.
Corona attracts AB InBev to Modelo deal that could be worth up to $15 billion.
Coca-Cola steps up India investment.
Delta Air Lines makes first signing of a UK soccer club by striking a multi-year deal with Chelsea Football Club.
Dunkin' Brands girds for a Canadian franchisee legal battle.
Ford Taurus is now EPA-certified at class-leading 32 mpg.
Google's driverless cars run into opposition in California.
Honda named "Brand of the Year" in the 2012 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Equity Study as Mercedes-Benz also leads.
Hot Pockets finds viral success with David Hasselhoff clip.
Land O'Lakes and other butter brands see U.S. sales rise.
Liberty Media awarded nearly $1B in Vivendi lawsuit.
McDonald's, Subway, Burger King, Sodexo, Aramark, Compass Group, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe's join lobby to increase farm wages.
Michael J. Fox Foundation relaunches website.
Microsoft dismisses rumors it's planning its own Windows 8 phone.
MINI Clubvan becomes first new MINI to be classified as a commercial vehicle.
NASA invites social media fans to the first-ever multi-center NASA Social on Aug. 3 for Mars landing.
NBC reportedly paying Ann Curry $10 million to leave 'Today.'
New Era readies first NFL on-field cap collection.
Orbiz is steering Mac users to pricier hotels.
Pepsi returns as Super Bowl half-time sponsor.
Porsche aims to speed sale of car-making unit to VW while facing $5B suit.
Priceline.com releases first post-William Shatner TV spot.
Quest Software attracts $2.3 billion bid.
RIM tumbles on deteriorating outlook, while BlackBerry 10 devices leak.
Sears competition sees charities to compete for grants.
Siemens - McGraw-Hill study reveals need to improve U.S. buildings' sustainability.
TED announces theme for TEDGlobal 2012 Conference: "Radical Openness."
TEPCO boosts smart grid technology as Japan abandons nuclear energy in the wake of Fukushima.
TheKnot.com launches beauty and lifestyle site TheBlush.com.
WWE taps Charlie Sheen (who's over "winning") as the "Social Media Ambassador" for Monday Night Raw’s 1,000th episode live on July 23 on USA Network.
Zynga pursues new hits in waning market.