Apple is poised to sell 10 million iPhones in smash debut but sparks backlash by unseating Google maps from its platform.
Adidas cuts Reebok revenue forecast.
Walmart drops Kindle in slap at Amazon, as Amazon Fresh makes grocers nervous.
BASF buys U.S. seed-technology company Becker Underwood.
BlackBerry hit by service outage across much of world in another setback for RIM smartphone brand.
BSkyB deemed fit to hold license by U.K.
CKE delays IPO of parent of Hardee's and Carl's Jr. brands.
Chrysler deals with stabbing at its Detroit plant and suspect's suicide.
Daimler cuts profit target for Mercedes-Benz as Porsche also feels the pinch.
Darden Restaurants may be looking at famine in upcoming financial results.
Disney is bullish on ESPN and its kids' properties.
Exxon piles up oil-shale acreage in North Dakota.
Facebook to charge businesses to post coupon-like ads.
Ford Fusion dubbed an "unlikely masterpiece."
GM reaches pact with Canadian Auto Workers, recalls nearly 500,000 cars.
Google plans to shut down China-only music-download service.
H&M takes heat for deep-tanned ads.
IBM CEO Gini Rometty tops Fortune Most Powerful Women list.
Japan Airlines cuts flights to China amid squabble.
NBC News runs into flack for holding back Obamka "redistribution" video for "verification."
New York Times issues new quote-approval policy.
U.S. pharma industry urges broader approach to Medicare.
Time Warner names new chief at HBO.
Universal purchase of EMI is backed by European regulators.
Yum! Brands focuses on hunger relief.