Aflac is ruffling its feathers with a new "No Quack" ads featuring cable-TV chef Guy Fieri.
American Apparel's late and partial financial results indicates a brand in trouble.
Apple and Google are gearing up for Internet TV battle, as Google TV is seen as a "tough sell."
Best Buy introduces a mobile-reward experiment.
Bratz vs. Mattel legal battle heats up as Mattel is accused of spying on rivals.
Burberry slaps Variazoni with a $2 million lawsuit claiming counterfeit goods.
Eli Lilly halts experimental Alzheimer's drug testing.
GM delays expected IPO filing as company mulls "cornerstone sales." This morning it also announced a recall of 243,000 vehicles.
Google rouses privacy concerns in Germany.
HBO programming is coming to the iPad, but not to Netflix thanks to streaming deal with Epix.
M.A.C. is pulling the plug on controversial Rodarte collaboration.
Max & Erma’s goes on the auction block as a financially battered fast-casual restaurant brand.
McDonald’s gets a payoff from its investment in Wi-Fi in its outlets: breakfast customers.
New York's Coney Island is losing iconic buildings to developers' wrecking ball.
PepsiCo plans to invest $250 million to build its business in Vietnam.
Tiger Woods' career is "finished" argues New York magazine.
TNT makes surprising hit out of female buddy series, the summer cop drama Rizzoli & Isles.
Wired editor Chris Anderson backs away from previous belief in free Web content.