Posted by Dale Buss on August 31, 2012 09:07 AM
AT&T plans to open Chicago flagship store today that nods to Apple.
Al Jezeera bets on soccer to win U.S. viewers.
Apple rejects app that tracks U.S. drone strikes.
Barilla makes pasta push in U.S.
Beachbody sees PX90 orders rise thanks to Paul Ryan's abs.
Facebook plans to roll out e-mail and phone-number targeting.
Ford is accused of infringing on fuel-injection patent in F-150.
Hyundai seals wage deal with unions.
J.C. Penney gets win over Macy's in Martha Stewart merchandise dispute.
Kia brings back hamsters for Soul, this time interacting with people.
Kraft partners with Six Flags in Labor Day promotion for Wheat Thins.
MTV ends Jersey Shore after upcoming season.
Newsweek sees last week's anti-Obama cover become newsstand hit.
Samsung gets positive ruling from Tokyo court in patent battle with Apple as Apple tries to bring Google into the global fray.
Twitter targets ads based on interests.
Vivendi rules out breakup of company.