AIG pushes plan for independence from U.S. government.
Burger King says that menu and marketing changes have boosted bottom lilne.
Campbell Soup creates limited edition to help food bank.
Chick-fil-A supporters (and Wendy's) show up for "Appreciation Day."
Christina Aguillera lends her voice to a good cause.
Costco experiences strong U.S. sales.
Crocs celebrates milestone a little too exuberantly.
DirecTV sees U.S. subscribers decline for first time.
DuPont told to pay Monsanto $1 billion, plans to appeal.
Facebook sees Fidelity Funds exit stock.
Fat Bastard wine supports breast cancer awareness.
FTD to be spun off as separate company.
GM sees profits plummet on European losses as an Ohio dealer becomes subject of Romney campaign ad.
General Mills spoofs its own Honey Nut Cheerios campaign, completes Yoki acquisition.
Google inspires entrepreneurs with super-fast network in Kansas City.
HP wins ruling in Oracle case.
JCPenney tries to build credibility with millennials.
MasterCard notes governments moving to mobile commerce.
NBC pulls in strong advertising dollars and ratings with Olympics
Nestle launches 35-percent-less-sugar Juicy Juice line.
Nivea enlists designer for Facebook contest.
Pepperidge Farm appoints new president.
Sharp announces wider loss and job cuts.
Soul Electronics recruits Tim Tebow.
Southern Comfort goes big in new marketing campaign.
Toyota and Honda extend rebound in U.S. car sales while GM and Ford fade.
Yoplait introduces Simplait line.