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Airbus says it’s ahead of rival Boeing on new-plane orders.

AOL bets on hyperlocal news with

BP deal with Russian oil giant Rosneft criticized on U.S. national-security grounds.

Campbell Soup targets China.

Fiat wins a crucial union vote agreeing to changes in a plant in Turin and plans product changes for Chrysler.

Hyundai ponders a second U.S. manufacturing plant despite UAW lobbying.

Johnson & Johnson looks to get its act together in drug aisle.[more]

Lufthansa accused by Emirates of trying to block it from European expansion.

MillerCoors plans MGD lemonade beer for summer.

New York Times notes trend of Best Buy and other brands producing original content.

Pepsi drives digital change.

Piers Morgan launches CNN show tonight as the “anti-Larry King” with Oprah as his first guest.

Sony sees The Green Hornet rally to lead weekend box-office figures and The Social Network sweep the Golden Globe Awards, where Glee also stood out.

Starbucks is preparing to add a 32 oz. “trenta” supersize.

Target, CVS and other retailers add more groceries.

UBS chief executive hopes to nudge China toward government reforms.

WikiLeaks talks up Swiss banker files.