Adobe's CEO has fighting words for Apple.
Andy Warhol foundation beats lawsuit alleging rigged fakes.
Apple (Beatle's Apple) and EMI CEOs hammered out today's iTunes deal in two hours, reports the Wall Street Journal, as all 17 newly available Beatles albums enter the top 100 iTune sales on day one.
Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase agree to hold off on foreclosures.
BlackBerry-maker RIM says its PlayBook is 3x faster than Apple's iPad.
Corona signs tennis net branding deal for ATP world tour.
Ford UK shifts marketing focus to branded entertainment.
GE "rains cash" on green startups via innovation awards.
GM is boosting its IPO size by 31%.
HomeAway is returning to the Super Bowl.
Microsoft's Ballmer and Gates reject suggestion they break up company.
Motorola invests in targeted ad startup BlackArrow.
Nissan creates real-world extension of virtual game on Sony's Playstation 3.
Nokia's new CEO must decide whether to go it alone or adopt Google's Android.
R.J. Reynolds must pay $80 million in wrongful death suit filed by smoker's daughter.
Tesco draws complaints for "buy one, get two free" promotion.
Wyndham is bringing TRYP hotels to North America via New York.
Yahoo tests local deals with Groupon, while CEO Carol Bartz outlines acquisition goals.