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In the News: Aston-Martin, Gilt, YouTube and more

Posted by Dale Buss on December 7, 2012 09:02 AM

In the News

Aston-Martin sells stake to Italian private-equity firm.

Citigroup sees CMO depart for Gilt.

YouTube relaunches site to feature original channels.

Coca-Cola relaunches Glaceau Vitimanwater in the UK.

Daily Beast considers charging for web content as Washington Post also plans paywall.

Delta faces California suit over app.

Ford finds opportunities in "social shifting."

Google to rein in free Google Apps.

Holland America launches discount campaign on cruises.

IBM reins in 401(k)s.

LYFE launches restaurant-franchising program.

McAfee founder is arrested and hospitalized in Guatemala.

Morgan Stanley alters broker-pay plan.

Netflix may face SEC charges over Facebook post.

Nissan launches new Juke campaign based on gaming.

Planters marks 50th anniversary of Dry Roaster Peanuts with new flavors.

SodaStream switches to print ads to keep up pressure on U.K. regulators.

T-Mobile USA will begin selling iPhone.

Taco Bell is praised for standout success of Doritos Locos Tacos.

Tiffany gets stiff holiday competition from branded jewelry.

Yum! Brands to step up global growth.

& Ivy League schools crack down on "out-of-control" students.

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