Exxon Mobil sells Japanese subsidiary for $4 billion in move to cut refining.
ABB buys Thomas & Betts for $4 billion.
Angry Birds boss doesn’t fear piracy.
Apple aims to sell 40 million iPhones in China next year.
Altria sees tobacco users embrace discount brands.
Bank of America shakes up investment banking division.
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Birdseye shifts marketing strategy in UK.
BlackBerry loses fans in Europe.
Canon president steps down after disappointing results.
Carolina Panthers unveil new logo.
Citi chairman Richard Parsons plans to step down.
Coca-Cola plans to invest $1 billion in Mexico.
Colgate balances marketing efforts.
Delta explores possible bid for US Airways.
DreamWorks is in trouble.
FDA seizes imported orange juice on fungicide fears.
Food Network programming exec tapped to oversee YouTube food channel.
FTC sues to block Omnicare‘s bid for PharMerica.
Fujifilm proposes tie-up with scandal-ridden Oympus.
HBO loses subscribers to Showtime.
Heinz expands flavored beans.
P&G‘s Pantene names 11 athletes as global brand ambassadors.
PBS pulls Downton Abbey-inspired jewelry from website.
PepsiCo plans to add up to $500 million to marketing budget, reports Ad Age.
Quiznos eyes growth after restructuring.
Range Rover takes a ride in next James Bond film.
Rugged Bear clothing brand relaunches in U.S.
Samsung puts tablets in the London Eye.
Scope, a British charity serving the disabled community, crowdsources brand identity with clients.
Sephora introduces uniforms designed by Prabal Gurung.
T-Mobile UK launches “Full Monty” pricing.
Twitter posts Q&A to address concerns about geo-censorship announcement, which sees Thailand as first government endorser, as British friends are denied U.S. entry for tweets perceived as a terrorist threat.
U.S. online ad spend will exceed print this year.
Volvo turns car body panels into batteries.
Walmart U.S. chief marketing officer now reports to chief merchandising officer.
& Hot sauce makers battle at Super Bowl.