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Chrysler to curb output because of Japan supply shortage.

Coca-Cola ‘pips’ PepsiCo with PlantBottle roll out in US to coincide with Earth Month.

Dish Network eyes Netflix in wake of acquisition of Blockbuster assets.

Fox News to end Glenn Beck’s show but retain alliance.

GE plans to build largest solar-panel plant in the world.

Google is revamping YouTube.[more]

Heineken switches ad agencies as it pursues a global effort.

Huffington Post quickly remakes AOL.

Kawasaki launches motorcycle-experiential programs.

LeBron James acquires stake in Liverpool football club, with China the prize in new global branding deal.

Lionel Richie promotes Walkers crisps in the UK.

Microsoft names Chris Capossela as its new global marketing head.

NBC reportedly losing Matt Lauer from The Today Show next year.

NFL lockout continues after a court hearing.

Pizza Hut‘s latest menu twist: stuff toppings into crust.

Stella Artois introduces ‘chalice’ can design globally.

Ten to relaunch One digital TV channel in Australia to focus on men.

Twitter offers advertisers geo-relevant ads. 

Virgin Atlantic is open to selling a stake, though Branson vows to remain majority shareholder.

Walgreens urges shoppers to take a walk.

Whole Foods kicks off “Be Good to Your Body” campaign.

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