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ABC News and Univision team up to launch 24-hour English-language news channel for Hispanic viewers.

American Airlines seeks more overseas flights amid US Airways bid, Bloomberg says.

Amtrak enlists iPhone as service tool.

Apple may be ready to settle iPad China trademark dispute. 

AT&T CEO regrets unlimited data iPhone plan.

Barclays enters U.S. banking fray with online service.

Budweiser sees boycott by NYT’s Nick Kristof, while Bud Light tries to manage line extensions.

CBS steers younger viewers to 60 Minutes.

Chinese consumers are rejecting “Made in China.”[more]

Comcast sells part of stake in A&E.

Dish Networks drops AMC Networks in fee spat.

Disney enjoys mega-hit in The Avengers record box office debut.

Dunkin’ Donuts makes India debut.

Ford wins dismissal of $2-billion judgment in commercial-truck pricing suit.

GM divides dealers with pickup-truck stocking strategy.

Google faces India probe into ad practices.

Harley-Davidson retail strategy pays off.

JCPenney targeted by group for lesbians in catalog.

Kmart introduces prescription pet medications.

Lenovo reaches beyond PCs to mobile.

MF Global resolution divides customers.

Mazda announces employee buyouts in U.S.

Microsoft and Motorola get their day in court over patents.

Mike’s Hard Lemonade produces different endings for TV commercials.

Roche halts development of “good cholesterol” drug for lack of efficacy.

Shutterfly acquires Kodak‘s digital Kodak Gallery brand.

Sprint CEO cuts his pay after shareholder criticism.

Toyota bets bigger on U.S. manufacturing.

Walmart criticized by Warren Buffett over Mexico crisis handling.

Oprah Winfrey struggles to build OWN.

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