Adidas dumped by university over labor concerns.
American Airlines expects thousands of job cuts and faces rash of late, canceled flights..
Anschutz plans to sell its entertainment group, part-owner of Los Angeles Lakers, in AEG sale to include LA's Staples Center.
Barry Diller and Scott Rudin enter e-publishing of books.
Caesars to rebrand Imperial Palace as The Quad.
Campbell Soup Co. boosts digital marketing.
Canon slashes prices in India.
Coca-Cola heirs lose $37M in foreclosure crisis.
Cole Haan tests Twitter hashtag campaign.
Dole to sell businesses to Japan's Itochu for $1.7 billion.
Dr Pepper's Facebook evolution ad strikes a nerve.
Facebook begins mobile ad network trial.
FedEx turns downbeat on China economy.
Foxconn plans to build fifth factory in Brazil as alternative to China.
Frito-Lay recognizes safe million-mile drivers.
Heineken scores deal in bid for Asia Pacific Breweries stake.
HP reaches key patent settlement in Brazil.
IKEA to accelerate expansion.
Japan backs off commitment to phase out nuclear power.
Japan Airlines, the world's second-biggest IPO this year after Facebook's, relists on Tokyo Stock Exchange.
McDonald's fights slowdown in Europe, U.S. with value initiatives.
News International teams up with Gap and Clinique to run augmented reality advertising in The Times of London.
Samsung fails to overturn ban on U.S. tablet sales.
VF targets $1.1 billion growth in Asia-Pacific.
Yahoo to return $3 billion to shareholders on Alibaba deal.
ZTE plans to launch smartphones using Mozilla software.
& Milan study finds online luxury sales poised to rise as Milan Fashion Week kicks off with Gucci.