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In the News: Zynga, CNN, Lipitor and more

Posted by Dale Buss on November 30, 2012 09:02 AM

In the News

Facebook details ding Zynga shares as partnership ends.

CNN needs more vibrancy in programming, incoming CEO Jeff Zucker says.

Lipitor generic cholesterol pill production halted by Ranbaxy following glass contamination.

Amazon tops Walmart with wealthy Americans, study says.

AT&T named best 4G network in Consumer Reports annual ranking, but places last for voice/text quality to #1 Verizon.

Chevrolet partners with Dailybreak for holiday push.

Chuck E. Cheese sees revamped mascot lose consumer appeal.

Cool Whip breaks new ground with frosting.

Duke Energy forces out CEO in settlement.

Energizer and Orbitz link travel and portable power.

Groupon keeps Andrew Mason as CEO.

Hostess says no bidder wants whole company.

Hyundai to continue fuel-economy pitch despite inflated mpg claims.

KFC taps familial dysfunction in holiday campaign.

Lucky Charms targets adults.

Mazda drives new position as "alternative to premium" and plans diesel engine.

Microsoft speeds upgrades of Windows to once a year, Bloomberg says.

Nike tries to avoid risky locales for supplies.

TiVo goes Tebow-ing.

Toyota worries more about bad winter than U.S. fiscal cliff.

UPS offers concessions to secure TNT Express takeover.

Walt Disney turns corner with Disneyland in Hong Kong.








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