Airbus receives $9.5 billion order for 100 jets.
American Apparel head Dov Charney’s latest scandal: a $250 million employee lawsuit alleging sexual assault.
Bill Gates is unlikely to reclaim the world’s richest title tomorrow, due to philanthropic contributions.
Bupa launches integrated marketing campaign and new tagline.
Coca-Cola invests in green bottling facility in UK.[more]
Disney CFO says ESPN could weather the loss of NFL games.
EU and US near finalizing air pact.
Ford CEO Mulally rewarded with $56.5 million in stock.
Foursquare revamps to monetize brand.
FTC to study impact of social marketing, alcohol brands and youth.
Google joins Sequoia Capital and Salesforce in backing digital marketer Hubspot.
Havas shuffles the decks.
K-Swiss brings back Kenny Powers character campaign for March Madness.
Kate Middleton expected to spur “flight to quality” and boost luxury brands.
Ho family splinters over Macau casino empire.
Japan suspends use of Pfizer and Sanofi pediatric medicines after four deaths.
Kraft rewards consumers who tweet about its mac’n’cheese.
Martha Stewart hires former Cookie magazine editor.
Microsoft‘s $1 billion payout to Nokia said to be money “well spent.”
News Corp. backs Beyond Oblivion, a digital music alternative.
NPR rocked by executive’s taped remark calling Tea Party “racist.”
Plaxo moves out of social networking.
Skippy salmonella scare alarms Grist for other reasons.
Sony Ericsson names new marketing and communications heads.
Sweden to scrap postage stamps and encourage text messaging instead.
Tiki Barber ends retirement to return to NFL after four-year break.
Tropicana is raising prices 4-8%.
Unilever CMO tells ad agencies “consumers are in charge.”
Urban Outfitters sinks for not keeping up with changing fashions.
US auto industry pays bonuses again, but not likely to restore Michigan economy.