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Charlie Ergen’s Dish Network offers to buy Sprint for $25.5 billion in a bid to one up SoftBank.

ConAgra, Heinz and Nestle lead frozen food battle to reverse negative image.

Nike seeks to regain its edge with fewer ads following Tiger Woods stumble.

Dannon uses Greek-style to leapfrog Yoplait to top of U.S. yogurt business.

Apple clearly enters post-Jobs era.

Justin Bieber sparks controversy with Anne Frank comment.

Boeing sees new inspection order on its 737s.[more]

Burger King needs brand building and stability to be priorities of new CEO.

Chipotle adds tofu to permanent menu in northern California.

DEVK hijacks crowd footage for ad at soccer game.

Dos Equis brings back popular “most interesting man.”

Dunkin’ Donuts rediscovers U.S. growth through breakfast sandwiches.

Facebook and state attorneys general team up to educate teens about privacy.

Google reaches deal with Europe on search results as CEO warns about privacy implications of drones.

Hyundai puts growth on hold because of capacity constraints.

Intel tries to secure its footing beyond PCs.

Jack Daniel’s is poised to pour millions into premium Gentleman Jack.

KFC touts boneless chicken as “transformational.”

McDonald’s cranks up volume on value message as consumer spending lags.

NPR aims to build bigger audience with series on race.

Random House adds a big author in fitness.

Tesla may take its fight against dealership laws to federal level.

TurboTax crashes online in advance of U.S. tax deadline.

Volvo teams up again with Costco to sell cars.

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