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In the News

ABC dismisses rumors of Pan Am‘s demise.

Amazon continues being coy about Kindle sales.

Apple‘s Siri can handle Viagra but not abortions.

AT&T disturbed by FCC report.

Audi finds success with youthful marketing.

BBC web redesign goes live in the UK.

Carlsberg acquires Vietnamese brewer.

Google and Facebook ordered to de-index counterfeit domains.

Jack Daniel’s holiday campaign celebrates brand’s Lynchburg, Tenn. roots.

Janet Jackson teams up with Blackglama to design luxury fur line.

Microsoft Office is reportedly coming to the iPad as Windows tablet hopes fade.[more]

Nevada invests in new branding campaign.

Olympus probe report looms.

P&G names British athletes for 2012 Olympics sponsorship.

Path 2.0 launches generates buzz on social media.

Pfizer moves to protect Lipitor from generics.

Prada braces for Europe turmoil.

Rogers joins group discount fray in Canada.

Samsung wins appeal on Galaxy Tab ban in Australia vs. Apple, but still faces legal challenge.

Sony’s digital windowing test boosts DVD sales with early sales on Amazon and iTunes.

Spain‘s Barcelona football club partners with Tencent to reach Chinese fans on social media.

Tea Party support wanes.

The Economist shows up American media rivals.

Twitter partners with mixi in Japan.

Virgin Mobile encourages Australians to get on their bikes.

Visa extends NHL sponsorship.

Vivienne Westwood launches rainforest fund.

Walgreens now scans mobile coupons at 7,700 stores.

Walmart sprawl comes under attack.