Bumper Stickler: Comcast founder Ralph Roberts wants bumper stickers on its trucks that say "I love cable." His son, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, told the US cable show in Los Angeles this week he'd worry about the trucks being vandalized, adding "We need to learn from the content industry how to market." Roberts also demonstrated (above) the first iPad TV-remote-control application at the conference today, while an "international airline" will introduce the iPad for inflight entertainment in July.
Top Hat Curtails? BP prepares new cap for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, releases first photo and reveals site's "not satisfactory" pre-disaster test.
AndroidStar: GM is in talks to link OnStar with Google phones.
Welcome Home: Haim Saban bought back $5 billion Power Rangers franchise from Disney.
Shopping Spree: SAP is buying Sybase in "attack" on Oracle.
No Rest for Best: Starbucks boosts Seattle's Best coffee brand via Burger King, AMC theaters and vending machines.
P&G Scorecard: Procter & Gamble is now tracking key suppliers' sustainability efforts.
Interest Wanes: Americans are less confident in banks and financial institutions, although online banking is up.
Newsweek Bids: Thomson Reuters and Politico's owner are said to be interested in buying Newsweek from the Washington Post.
Filling the Plate: Wal-Mart is donating $2 billion in cash and food to America's food banks, joining Target and Macy's in supporting hunger relief.
Take That, Docs: The 2010 Microsoft Office is offering a free Web version to compete with Google Docs.
Denny's Girl: Daughter of the founder of Denny's restaurants feels her father would be disappointed.
Web...toy? Nickelodeon's AddictingGames.com named "worst toy of the year."
Yum-O: TV chef Rachael Ray lobbies for healthier food in schools. Michelle Obama would approve.
Golden Opportunity: So this is why brands are flocking to the UAE...