Executives from BP, Halliburton and Transocean defend themselves as hearing begins in Washington. Meanwhile, BP faces boycott as it prepares a second dome and considers stuffing uncapped oil well with golf balls and tires.
Paid brand blogging and "sponsored conversations" are on the rise.
P&G prepares branding campaign for London 2012 Olympic Games.
Claire's hit by recall of children's jewelry.
Coca-Cola China launches eco-friendly bottles for Ice Dew water brand.
Disney launches women's website with Teri Hatcher.
EDF rethinks green strategy.
Hollywood Video closes remaining stores.
Home Depot brings $20 LED bulb to the masses.
LG enables Xbox 360 3D gaming.
Marriott says Ritz-Carlton luxury hotel business is taking off.
Nordstrom debuts in Manhattan today with a discount brand inspired by Whole Foods.
Orange and T-Mobile to be housed under Everything Everywhere but retain brands.
RBS relaunches online.
Samsung earmarks $20 billion for new technologies.
Sprint drops plan for Google phone.
Toyota posts $2.2 billion annual profit, plans $50,000 hydrogen sedan.
Twitter rolls out professional features for brands.
United stands to benefit from Continental reputation.
Web usability guru Jakob Nielsen takes issue with the iPad.
Wilkinson Sword puts the fun in functional.
World Cup "branded player" selection system? England's trying it.
NYT looks at changing tastes in Stride and other gum brands.
Walgreens to start selling Pathway DNA tests in US.
KPMG: Hold off being bullish on China's luxury market.
Thin is in for luxury watches.
Did coconut water craze beget UV coconut vodka?