Amazon and Conde Nast create new "all-access" magazine subscriptions across platforms.
Al Jazeera sues AT&T for dropping US channel and makes limited US debut.
Facebook leads project to connect whole world through the internet.
Apple loses iPad market share in China to Samsung and plans to launch iTunes Radio in September with big advertisers.
BMW is making customers wait for repairs due to global supply-chain hiccups.
Barnes & Noble abandons plans to split company.
Bob Evans opens Express prototype.
CBS turns to its stars in battle with Time Warner Cable.
Coca-Cola sees "very positive" prospects in Indonesia.
Cummins diesel deal with Nissan for Titan could vex Chrysler's Ram truck.
Diageo fights off latest legal challenge to its Parrot Bay cocktails.
Ferrari plans more hybrids.
Google meets with NFL over Sunday Ticket deal.
J&J mulls $3 billion settlement of hip-implant cases.
Kleenex showcases its strength with digital ads.
Kodak gets approval to reorganize as a commercial printing company.
L'Oreal releases crowd-sourced makeup brand.
Lowe's boosts outlook with bullish housing market and likewise Home Depot gets more optimistic.
MilkPEP touts protein of milk in new comparison ad.
Mondelez launches new Barny snack brand for kids in UK.
NBC Sports draws record audience for English Premier League soccer.
Pepsi and Katy Perry ask Twitter users to pick her next iTunes release.
Sony sets November 15 for PlayStation 4 debut.
Target says shoppers remain cautious.
Versace plans Macau hotel.