Anheuser-Busch and Major League Baseball extend partnership.
Best Buy lavishes compensation on new CEO.
Delhaize bets big on retailing in Greece despite economic turmoil.
Dell and HP struggle to sell PCs.
Denver bans outdoor advertising for medical marijuana outlets.
Larry Ellison buys Hawaiian island and everyone wonders what Oracle founder will do with it.
Exelon benefits from ties to Obama administration, New York Times says.
Fox and Ad Council use Glee to target texting while driving.
General Mills, McDonald's and other marketers are accused by feds of collecting data about kids.
Google slips in hiring of female executives.
Hallmark Channel unveils new "Heart of TV" tag line.
Maine Lobster Council turns to marketing.
MGM plans casino for western Massachusetts.
New York City taxis get a one-letter logo.
NBC and Twitter declare Olympics partnership a success.
PayPal teams with Discover on mobile payments.
Qantas cancels Boeing jetliner orders worth $8.5 billion.
United plans narrower seats to add capacity.
Walmart and Target avoid "conflict mineral" disclosures, as Target edges out Walmart in low prices in new measure and as Walmart pushes into more health services.