7-Eleven, JetBlue and Bliss go presidential with "poll" promotions as Pizza Hut comes up with a controversial dare ahead of next week's debate.
Toyota recalls 7.4 million vehicles globally for power-window glitch and 2.5 million Lexus vehicles, as it plugs Prius on the Home Shopping Network.
Samsung signs TV deal with Spotify.
BAE and EADS terminate merger talks.
Bain Capital buys maker of Craftsman Tools.
Ballmer touts new era at Microsoft as bonus trimmed.
Cadbury tells bishop it's not precious about purple.
Chevron is rejected by Supreme Court in Ecuadorian case.
Cracker Barrel admits to error on new chairman's resume.
Crane & Company e-commerce startup cuts out the middleman.
Facebook fought SEC to keep mobile risks hidden before IPO, Bloomberg says.
Fortune waves goodbye to suddenly controversial columnist Jack Welch.
GM names first global chief for Cadillac.
Hasbro reboots retro Furby brand for new generation.
Honda dangles $3,000 gift card to buyers of natural-gas-powered Civic.
Huawei paints IBM as ally, in dispute with U.S., as Chinese company enjoys warmer reception in Canada.
IKEA targets expansion in India.
MGM wins appeals-court ruling over Madison film.
McDonald's offers deals in shaky Europe.
Nike unveils new line of skates with Stussy.
Olive Garden expects new menu items and ad campaign to drive sales as parent Darden Restaurants moves more workers at Olive Garden and Red Lobster to part-time status to limit costs of Obamacare.
P&G loses on issue of vote threshold for directors at annual meeting.
Penske Media buys Variety for entertainment-reporting stable including Nikke Finke.
SABMiller expands Chibuku beer brand in Africa.
Starbucks takes aim at Starbarks.
TownePlace Suites launches first national advertising effort.
True Religion puts itself up for sale.
Twitter considers building own video service on back of video clip startup acquisition.
Walmart tests same-day delivery.
Wells Fargo is sued by U.S. for "reckless" mortgage lending.
YouTube mulls allowing original-content partners to charge for subscriptions.
Yum Brands results rise as Taco Bell bolsters parent.