Absolut vodka settles trademark dispute.
Ann Taylor investigated over blogger gifts.
Apple will charge a premium to put ads in apps.
AriZona, the iced tea, distances itself from Arizona, the state.
Ask.com grows in popularity.
Baidu rises in China with Google's exit.
Barclaycard gets naming rights to London's Wembley arena.
Baskin Robbins' 31-cent scoop night was a hit.
BSkyB awaits key legal ruling in the UK.
Continental and United continue merger talks.
Forever 21 opens in Japan.
Goldman Sachs poised to settle SEC fraud case.
HP gambles with ailing Palm acquisition.
Nancy Drew is still spry at 80.
Obama Club opens in Shanghai.
Pepsi taps Foursquare for geo-loyalty.
ShaveMate ups razor ante with six blades.
Six Flags to exit bankruptcy, add 2nd brand character.
Unilever warns about tough times ahead.
Yahoo CEO warns Google to diversify.
Meet Twitter's self-appointed watchdogs.
Leisure travel category rebounds.
People's "most beautiful" of 2010 is rife with celeb endorsers.
UK's TV ad market slows.
California's Santa Clara county approved proposed fast-food toy ban.
Buying items featured in TV programming just got easier.
Tweens are getting more savvy about cosmetics.
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