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In the News: Apple's iPhone 5-4-3-2-1 Day

Posted by Dale Buss on September 12, 2012 09:03 AM

In the News

Apple iPhone 5 launch today could reheat European carriers' price war, as other tech companies weigh the implications.

Acer to introduce smartphone using operating system by Alibaba.

Amazon cuts shipping times by building more warehouses.

Chesapeake Energy sells $6.9 billion in assets.

Digital Domain, Hollywood's hologram maker, files for bankruptcy.

Dish Network returns Glenn Beck to US TV.

Ford seems likely to pick North American chief Mark Fields to succeed CEO Alan Mulally.

Grey Poupon plays to brand's elite image.

Huawei plans to spend $2 billion in U.K. despite European economy.

Johnnie Walker campaign spotlights flavor profiles.

Hooters in Queens is sued over racial slur on receipt.

Ikea guards reputation in Turkey amid labor dispute.

Lancome gets FDA warning on marketing of anti-aging products.

Lululemon sues Calvin Klein in IP dispute over yoga pants.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia tries digital video to turn its fortunes around.

NBC refuses to apologize for Today Show ignoring 9/11 moment of silence.

Nuvo TV sees Jennifer Lopez take minority stake.

PetSmart thrives by treating pet owners like parents.

Peugeot must cut, French government says.

Volvo doubles down on social media.

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