Apple slims down next iPhone as analyst says that iPad Mini and iTV are real products.
AT&T is introducing shared data plans as iPhone users fear iPhone FaceTime charges.
Bank of America swings to profit.
Bob Evans may be considering sale of Mimi's Cafe.
Coke and PepsiCo step up campaign against New York soda ban.
DirecTV finds unlikely friends in dispute with Viacom.
Ericsson earnings plunge on economic slowdowns.
Ford seeks to close labor pay gap with Canada, while Escape raises safety concerns.
Fruit of the Loom aims for fashion-forward positioning, sans old characters.
GM names new interim chief for Opel.
Google+ beat Facebook in customer service survey.
HSBC sees resignation of compliance chief in money-laundering scandal.
Hilton focuses on global experiences in new campaign.
IBM focuses more on marketing departments as customers.
Jeremy Lin officially departs New York Knicks for the Houston Rockets.
L'Oreal targets female-led digital startups with awards.
Lockheed Martin recruits Dick Cheney to help fight defense cuts.
Oxfam US campaign targets women and food.
Qantas expands mobile commerce.
Target courtship of LGBT consumers may be too little, too late.
Tea Lounge to expand from Brooklyn to Qatar.
Vivendi seeks buyer for Activision as its Universal group prepares to offer major concessions to European regulators to buy EMI.
Vivus gets diet-pill approval from FDA.
Yahoo profit beats estimates as Mayer begins tenure as CEO and her maternity leave plan causes a stir and she's lobbied to fix Flickr.