RadioShack faces possible bankruptcy filing.
Target plans to pull out of Canada after racking up billions of dollars in losses.
Super Bowl ad price tag hits $4.5 millions.
7-Eleven unveils private-label fruit and nut snack bars.
ABC credits brand identity for prime-time success.
Acura gets Detroit auto show-floor endoresement of new NSX by Jerry Seinfeld.
Amazon readies for tax showdown in EU.
Amway acquires energy-drink brand.
Big Pharma faces increased pressure from insurers.
Best Buy lowers outlook even after holiday sales rise.
Boeing wins big Dreamliner order from Air Europa.
C. Wonder is closing all its stores.
Cosmopolitan UK releases provocative honor killing cover.
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Dollar General seeks more time for Family Dollar bid.
E-Trade CMO plans to depart.
GM delivered its record 9.9 million vehicles globally in 2014.
Jackson Hewitt stages “working hard” campaign for tax season.
Jaguar Land Rover follows peers into four-cylinder engines.
M&Ms debuts revamped Crispy line on TV.
McCormick fine-tunes data recipe.
McDonald’s Chicken McNugget recall points to supply chain issues.
MySpace says its new ad tech is ahead of Facebook.
New York Times says Mexico billionaire Carlos Slim is its largest shareholder.
Nissan says it’s close to eliminating range anxiety in EVs.
Price Chopper launches specialty pharmacy program.
Russell Stover products drive Lindt’s revenue gains.
Volkswagen starts sale of black-box recorder of vehicle data in Europe.
Weetabix woos UK kids with “Weetabuddy” campaign.
& German researchers develop shoe that generates energy.