Posted by Shirley Brady on May 10, 2010 02:59 PM
High winds hinder BP's oil spill clean up as company sprays more chemicals into the gulf, a second dome is prepared and its lobbying efforts are scrutinized. BP also wants oil spill lawsuits centralized in Houston.
British prime minister Gordon Brown is stepping down as leader of the Labour party, which fumbled last week's UK general election.
Yahoo's Carol Bartz was the highest-paid CEO on the S&P 500 last year. Lowest paid? Apple's buck-a-year Steve Jobs.
Mary Dillon is leaving her post as CMO of McDonald's to become president and CEO of US Cellular.
Mary Sullivan removes "acting" from her "acting CMO" title at AOL.
Google's Android passes Apple's iPhone in US market share, now #2 smartphone behind RIM's BlackBerry.
Gizmodo found a loophole enabling Twitter users to force others to follow them; Twitter was not amused.
Chrysler fast-tracks turnaround; IPO looms.
Toyota accused of waiting nearly a year to issue 2005 safety recall.