As Google and Verizon defend a net neutrality proposal that exempts wireless services, Google faces privacy questions over an alleged order of a “microdrone” from a German company.
BSkyB challenges Skype over logo.
BP nears a deal with U.S. government on guarantees for $20B compensation fund.
Dish Network experiences slippage in subscribers even while rival DirecTV posts gains.
H-P navigates its future after the resignation of CEO Mark Hurd in an ethics scandal, as customers by and large remain loyal – but investors knock down the company’s share price.
Taiwan's Acer projects brand revenue increasing up 10-15% this year.
Hearst and Meredith pace newsstand gains in single-copy sales for women’s publications including House Beautiful and More, bucking the industry’s continued first-half slide overall. Glamour will distribute eight different U.K. covers thanks to sponor Converse.
JetBlue copes with the aftermath of an incident on Monday in which a flight attendant freaked out.
Lionsgate may gain in its battle for independence from corporate raider Carl Icahn if Sylvester Stallone’s new movie, The Expendables, proves a box office hit.
Little Caesars Pizza owner Mike Ilitch plans to bid for the Detroit Pistons, to add the NBA team to an Ilitch Holdings stable that already includes the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings.
McDonald's riles established players such as Jamba Juice with its entry into smoothies.
Orange launches a pro-social campaign to encourage volunteerism in the U.K.
ProActiv taps Justin Bieber to promote acne care products to teens.
Research in Motion gains as talks with the Saudi government lifts restrictions on its BlackBerry devices in that country.
Wal-Mart places a big bet on sales of internet-connected TV sets for the Christmas holiday as it plans to install Sam’s Club stores with Wi-Fi to help make the pitch.
WikiLeaks encounters criticism by human-rights groups over names of Afghani collaborators in its documents leak meant to burn the U.S. military in Afghanistan.