Posted by Shirley Brady on June 2, 2010 08:00 AM
The good news: BP's latest maneuver in the Gulf got off to a good start. The bad news: its shares are in freefall as takeover speculation increases, the Guardian calls its "future in doubt" and criticizes "clumsy response," and scientists fear spill's long-term effect on food chain and underwater ecosystem. Meanwhile, US late-night comedian Jon Stewart chided President Obama for breaking spill promises.
Steve Jobs said Apple has sold an iPad "every three seconds," envisions a post-PC era and defended his Taiwanese iPhone-maker, among other D8 remarks.
Facebook advertisers have quadrupled since 2009.
P&G's rumored interest in Rubbermaid sends Newell shares soaring.
Toyota rolls out first Lexus campaign in wake of recalls.
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