In the News: Most Admired Companies, Yelp, Hunger Games, more

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Aereo is sued by major media companies alleging copyright infringement.

Apple, Google and Amazon lead Fortune‘s 2012 world’s most admired companies ranking.

Apple could find politics on its side in China iPad dispute, while Apple and Samsung lose countersuits in Germany.

CNN was talking with Andrew Breitbart about new show before his death, report says.

Chrysler leads brand gains in robust February auto sales in U.S. market.

Disney draws criticism with governance panel.

Enterprise leverages NCAA sponsorship for March Madness.[more]

Fisker gives Justin Bieber $100,000 electric car for 18th birthday.

GM moves to blunt criticism of partnership with Peugeot.

Google offers small businesses in California free websites and training.

HBO sees challenge from Sarah Palin to its Game Change movie about 2008 presidential race.

Kleenex talks more directly to moms in new campaign as parent Kimberly-Clark gives Kirstie Alley new gig for Poise.

Nissan may revive Datsun badge in emerging markets.

Sam’s Club launches wellness magazine for members.

Twitter refashions itself on slow road to IPO.

Wendy’s plans big investment in physical reimaging and new marketing.

Wynn Resorts internal feud comes at bad time for company.

Yahoo sees India court drop censorship proceedings.

Yelp prices IPO at $15 a share amid concerns.

Zynga launches test of platform without Facebook.

& The Hunger Games could open at $100 million.

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