Al Jazeera plays 'galvanizing' role in Middle East, as Egypt blocks web and messaging as unrest escalates, and WikiLeaks releases US/Egyptian cables.
Amazon grows at the cost of profits; announces winners of first script contest.
Borders seeks possible bankruptcy financing.
BP spill claims in the thousands challenged as fraudulent.
Caterpillar beats analyst estimates on China sales.
Bratz/Mattel trial is underway in Los Angeles.
Chili’s cuts costs ahead of health-care law.
Facebook overvalued at $50 billion.
Fiat may boost its stake in Chrysler to 51%.
Ford posts $6.6 billion in profits for 2010.
Denny's explains decision to drop out of Super Bowl despite past successes.
Disney prepares Disney Junior TV/web brand to replace Playhouse Disney on May 7.
GE, ConocoPhilips and NRG Energy invest in green tech startups.
GM withdraws request for US Energy Department funding.
Google remains the top online brand in UK ranking.
Green Bay Packers financial report speaks to value of franchise, while NFL projects losses if contract agreement not reached with players.
Japan downgraded by S&P.
Jon Stewart named to 9/11 Ground Zero board.
LinkedIn improves ad targeting as IPO plan filed with SEC.
McDonald's names Kevin Newell global brand chief.
NBCUniversal's new CEO Steve Burke faces AOL/Time Warner-like culture challenge.
News Corp.'s iPad newspaper, The Daily, will launch Feb. 2nd.
Old Spice Man will promote exotic "scent vacation" and "superfan."
Ryder Cup reveals new logo.
TIME veteran Jay Carney named White House press secretary.
Toyota may lower Prius price as brand image changes.
TurboTax brings back single-sponsor approach to prime-time TV advertising.
Universal marketing EVP jumps to Disney with Comcast takeover of NBCU.
Volkswagen may reintroduce Scirocco coupe and Phaeton luxury car to U.S.