In the News: Apple Mulls Options, Saab Gets Lifeline, and Tory Burch Tears It Up


In the News

Alibaba takes on Baidu for dominance in China.

Android rises to #2 smartphone platform in Europe.

Apple ponders disposition of its cash horde.

California Pizza Kitchen plans brand revival.

Cochlear recalls line of ear implants.

Deutsche Bank launches Autobahn App Market.

Ford unveils new three-cylinder EcoBoost engine at Frankfurt auto show.

GameStop to sell branded gaming tablet.[more]

GE intends to bulk up in Germany, home turf of arch-rival Siemens.

Google sees search share dip as Microsoft and Yahoo gain, while Google Offers gets off to a slow start.

Groupon makes foray into U.K. e-commerce.

J.Crew debuts today at New York Fashion Week, along with Tory Burch, who’s in an expansionary mode.

Lenovo touted stylish tech at Fashion’s Night Out.

Marsh Supermarkets launches big expansion and store rehab.

MTV‘s Jersey Shore signs product placement deal with Obscene Jeans.

Nintendo unveils games and targets women to boost 3DS sales.

Penthouse owner acquires Asian daily deals site.

Ryan Seacrest reportedly in talks to take over VH1 Soul and launch a network.

Saab gets $96-million lifeline in China.

Samsung launches ‘Free the TV’ challenge.

Sara Lee changes course on leadership as North American CEO resigns.

Starbucks Morning Joe coffee adds philanthropic flavor.

Think Gum claims to boost memory.

Toyota makes Prius a priority of global recovery from earthquake.

Vente Privee goes private, and goes after U.S. inventory-remnant market dominated by TJX.

Virgin joins American Express Membership Rewards.

White Castle needs bigger seats, according to a law suit by an overweight man in New York.

& U2, Lady Gaga and Usher headline concert honoring President Clinton’s philanthropy.