In the News: BNY Mellon Shake-Up, JC Penney Apologizes, Solyndra Stumbles


In the News

Amazon to release new album by Blondie as an exclusive.

Apple criticized for China supply chain pollution.

AT&T‘s T-Mobile setback seen as test case for tougher US antitrust limits.

BNY Mellon ousts chief in shake-up.

BP offices in Moscow continued to be raided by government officials in document search connected to lawsuit.

Bennigan’s begins brand-wide overhaul.

Billie Jean King launches USTA-backed arthritis PSA campaign at US Open.

Conde Nast aggregates popular content with Social Sidekick.[more]

Cosi CEO resigns.

Gibson Guitar complains about U.S. action over imported woods.

Google sued by shareholder over pharmacy ads.

IBM to buy Algorithmics for $387 million.

JC Penney apologizes for controversial girls’ t-shirt.

Lagardere tries to reassure investors.

Lego sales surge on mini figures.

Microsoft accused of stealth-tracking customers in new lawsuit.

Newsweek goes for newsstand impact with crazy covers.

New York Times and Google launch 9/11-themed YouTube channel.

President Obama moves his long-awaited jobs speech to NFL Kick-Off Night following spat with GOP.

Seattle’s Best eyes growth after Borders bankruptcy.

Solyndra, a solar company touted by President Obama only a year ago, to declare bankruptcy.

Sony kills Qriocity brand to launch Sony Entertainment Network; promotes new Reader WiFi with Harry Potter bundle.

Whole Foods launches test of Wellness Clubs.

& U.S. auto sales likely bogged down in August.