Early look at new Windows 8 design baffles some users, but not three-year-old Julian, above, as Best Buy starts taking pre-orders for Windows 8 phones and gets ready to launch Surface tablet — and manage expectations ahead of growing thirst for tablets, and Oct. 23rd reveal of Apple's iPad Mini.
Lance Armstrong urges cancer supporters and celeb pals to stand by LiveStrong, as the New York Times and other media detail alleged doping cover-up.
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO sued by former private airline pilot over dismissal and eyebrow-raising requirements.
Apple sued over deal locking iPhone to AT&T network.
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile will launch Isis mobile wallet on Monday.
Audi may help Mercedes-Benz overtake BMW in US.
Banana Boat recalls sunscreen due to flammability threat.
BBC roiled by "worst crisis in 50 years" and internal strife as its Jimmy Savile sex scandal handling goes public in broadcaster's own Panorama expose.
Bodyform Facebook video response goes viral.
BP, Rosneft set for $25 billion-plus TNK-BP deal.
Chanel's scruffy Brad Pitt campaign inspires NBC's Saturday Night Live parody, plus Taco Bell and other twists.
Dish Network and Cablevision settle Voom legal spat, returning AMC to Dish in time for Walking Dead season premiere.
Facebook's EMEA VP Joanna Shields leaves to head up London's Technology Project.
Ford opens Lincoln design center in Dearborn, Michigan, as Lincoln's head of marketing takes on Ford's EV cars.
Goldman Sachs former disgruntled exec Greg Smith takes gripes and tell-all book to 60 Minutes.
Google will unveil new Android and Nexus-branded devices and smartphones on Oct. 29, as founders' personal wealth plummets.
Hobnobs and other classic British biscuit brands crumble in tough times vs. store brands.
J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler sees world becoming homogenized.
Kingfisher Airlines grounding prompts employee protest.
Kraft Foods silence about pruning product lines prompts speculation.
Madonna sued for using Marlon Brando image in concert.
McDonald's sees global profits decline.
News Corp. denies it's interested in Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.
Nintendo launches Wii U campaign in the UK.
Nokia's flagship Lumia phone to retail for less than rivals.
Petronas $5.2 billion bid for Progress Energy blocked by Canadian government.
Reebok and Zumba join Bill Clinton-backed initiative to sponsor physical activity breaks in US schools.
Sesame Workshop plucks sexy Big Bird costume.
Twitter gives Saudi Arabia an "Arab Spring" of its own.
Uniqlo and Novak Djokovic set up $10M children's fund.
Volvo names new CEO.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's priorities and comeback plan will be in the spotlight with first earnings call on Monday.
& US beer industry shows signs of recovery amid rise of premium craft brands.