In the News: Apple, Hunger Games, Tiger Woods & more


In the News

Apple in sight of $1 trillion valuation, according to analysts.

AstraZeneca fails to stop entry of generic versions of its antipsychotic drug to U.S. market.

Bats alarms Wall Street with derailed IPO.

Bloomberg and CNN continue transition to digital.

Bulgari tries to make a name in wine.

Chick-fil-A pressure heats up.

Dairy Queen benefits from early warm weather.

Darden finds restaurant consumers remain fickle.[more]

Discover expands into mortgages and checking accounts.

Duracell powers up Olympics marketing.

FarmVille players can now use Miracle-Gro.

FTC to unveil final privacy framework today.

GM warns of closing Opel plant in Germany.

Hyundai continues stretching brand with move into luxury.

Jeremy Lin‘s brand “thrives” under new NY Knicks coach.

Lionsgate triumphs in opening weekend of movie The Hunger Games as Disney buys TV rights for ABC Family for the franchise’s first two movies.

Merck has high hopes for anticlot drug.

National Geographic Channel expands scope with new series.

P&G fights to keep its edge as digital competition picks up.

PepsiCo raised embattled CEO Indra Nooyi’s compensation in 2011.

Rovio says next Angry Birds game won’t appear on Nokia’s Microsoft Windows phone.

Softbank to buy $1-billion stadium in Japan.

Tiger Woods wins first PGA Tour event in three years.

TiVo sues Time Warner Cable and Motorola.

Wendy’s revamps animal-treatment policies.

Yahoo moves to complete board overhaul.

& 4A’s pitches career switchers to consider advertising.