Revamped Sesame Street counts highest ratings in years.
BP-owned Alaska pipeline closes post-spill (and Obama criticism of Gulf mess, though Brits are forgiving) as BP attempts "top kill" today.
Facebook today announces privacy rollback. Watch this space.
Unilever's €1.28 bln purchase of Sara Lee unit delayed on antitrust concerns.
P&G CEO Bob McDonald discusses "billion new customers in five years" plan.
Apple's iPad production could reach 2.5 million units per month.
AllThingsD's take on Apple's U.S. antitrust inquiry - blame the music industry.
British Airways adopts "balanced" marketing during strike.
Burberry profits will fund expansion plans.
Coca-Cola will sell a remix of 5 Alive ad tune on iTunes.
HP replaces IBM as server king.
InterContinental Hotels uses Holiday Inn to test smartphones as room keys.
Lay's potato chips wants to be known as food, not a snack.
Louis Vuitton reopens London flagship with Marc Jacobs.
Mercedes-Benz equips dealers with iPads.
Pond's cold cream sales skyrocket after Kylie Minogue's blessing.
Nestlé launches brand extension for KitKat.
Wired joins the iPad brigade.
24-hour-Walmart-man spends 24 hours in Starbucks, tweets tale.
Just in time for summer: the Rolls Royce picnic hamper.
Former DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe brings Hong Kong electric car to the U.S.
The top 10 most complained about ads in the U.K.