3M's iconic Post-it brand breaks out the birthday cake.
AstraZeneca settles drug marketing case for $520 million.
Batman is getting a family-friendly makeover.
Belvedere vodka's limited-edition Matthew Williamson-designed caftan costs a cool $1,540.
Caterpillar is back in the black.
Crocs, aiming at well-heeled shoppers, is opening a store in New York's Soho area.
DeBeers says the world's diamond supply is running out.
eBay woos UK shoppers with designer bargains.
Emporio Armani tees up (Product) Red.
Gap and other retailers are seeing signs of economic turnaround.
Goldman Sachs fights to clear its name.
Hertz's $1.2 billion acquisition of Dollar Thrifty will form #2 U.S. car rental firm.
Lost iPhone beneficiary Gizmodo queried by California police.
Kodak repositions "Kodak Moment" with social sharing.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner helps save the iconic Hollywood sign.
RIM launches new BlackBerry models and voice-over-Wi-Fi service.
Virgin launches online movie rentals, following YouTube's similar move.
Wal-mart gender pay suit cleared for trial as retailer targets New York.
The Wall Street Journal's New York section launch takes a swing at the New York Times.
The British government is red-faced by papal visit marketing plans (including condoms).
New York magazine calls Sarah Palin the biggest brand in America.