Apple reportedly ordered by judge to run "Samsung didn't copy the iPad" ads.
AT&T fires back at Verizon with shared-data plans.
Bank of America and Credit Suisse launch new cost cuts.
Capital One to pay $210 million in fines over deceptive credit practices.
Duke Energy pins CEO swap on handling of troubled Florida nuke plant.
Facebook to offer voter-registration platform in Washington state.
GM buyout plan poses deadline dilemma for retirees.
Hermes sales slowly rise.
Ikea wooed by Indian officials to not pack up.
Jeremy Lin tells SI.com he didn't want to leave.
McAleese Transport seeks $1-billion IPO.
Nokia made bad call on early smartphones.
P&G board backs CEO Bob McDonald.
Qualcomm says it will ease smartphone-chip shortage.
Sofia Vergara is now the highest-paid actress on television.
Time Warner sees anticipation build for release of The Dark Knight Rises.
Viacom criticizes DirecTV over their standoff as rivals including Disney Channel and Cartoon Network take advantage.
Walmart harnesses social media for back-to-school shopping.
Yum! Brands reaffirms growth targets for this year.
Zipcar could move into mobile-deals business.