Posted by Shirley Brady on June 3, 2010 12:30 PM
BP successfully cut its leaking pipe in the Gulf as President Obama prepares to return to the site tomorrow. Sarah Palin, meanwhile, blamed environmentalists for the spill in a statement posted on her Facebook page.
AT&T has America's fastest but least consistent (and starting on Monday, tiered) data network.
British Airways is red-faced over mock boarding pass for Osama bin Laden.
J&J is bullish on its medical device business.
Thomson Reuters is acquiring Complinet.
Domino's pizza and other brands test "reverse graffiti" guerilla marketing.
Ford promotes EV charging stations in the US.
Hearst is buying digital marketing agency iCrossing for $325 million.
The New York Times clarified its controversial profile of British singer M.I.A.