American Girl prompts Disney and others to boost doll sizes.
Chili’s may make “2 for $20” promotional pricing permanent.
Comcast, on the verge of acquiring NBC Universal, reports dramatic loss in subscribers.
Economist Ideas Channel targets intelligentsia online.
Foursquare's kickback user incentives won't fly with the FTC.
FOX spat heats up as News Corp. rejects Cablevision’s offer and cable operator steers customers online for World Series.
General Motors tunes IPO price.
Google pursues local advertising with new Place Search.
James Bond's iconic Aston Martin used in two movies sells for $4.6 million.
Jon Stewart landed Daily Show interview last night with President Obama, building momentum for comedian's D.C. rally (with Stephen Colbert) on Saturday.
Kantar Video touts “videolytics” as a way to accomplish real-time tracking of online-video usage.
Kraft promotes Philadelphia Cooking Crème with one of its largest-ever advertising campaigns.
Lady Gaga meat dress recreated by NYC steakhouse for cool $100,000.
Mad Men fake bio for Roger Sterling is now a real book.
McDonald's blocks class-action certification of suit over healthfulness of its menu.
MGM saga nears a conclusion.
Nissan is recalling 2.1 million vehicles.
Oprah bans the word "bitch" from upcoming OWN network with Discovery, which now has an official logo.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison gets personal in fight with HP.
P&G creates widget to promote donations to third-world water-development initiatives.
Toys R Us expands loyalty program for the holidays.
Twentieth-Century Fox signs director James Cameron for at least two more Avatar movies.
Twitter endorsements take off in Australia.
Warner Bros. commits to filming Hobbit movies in New Zealand, where reactions are mixed.
WWE fans get legal OK to wear apparel with logo to the polls in support of WWE CEO Linda McMahon.
Zagat survey finds diners hate cellphone usage in restaurants.