American Apparel gets credit waiver from lenders.
Borders may file for bankruptcy as soon as next week.
BP is underpaying claims, Mississippi charges, as court halts Rosneft talks; new CEO Bob Dudley still seen as bold risk-taker.
Citi seizes control of EMI, paving way for sale.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable sign streaming content pact.
Dow and S&P 500 close at highest level since June 2008.
Farmers Insurance Group buys naming rights to proposed Los Angeles stadium as city looks to woo NFL franchise.
Gap is poised to announce an internal replacement for departing president Marka Hansen.
GM, Ford and Chrysler report sales growth in January, while Toyota bounces back, and Mercedes-Benz and BMW get the year off to a faster start than Lexus.
Google accuses Bing of copying search results.
History Channel's jettisoned Kennedys miniseries with Katie Holmes picked up by ReelzChannel for Apr. 3 premiere.
IRS launches app for taxpayers to check refunds and get tips.
KFC loses Australian franchisee flap over advertising.
McDonald's challenged as Nebraska contemplates toys-with-meals ban.
Microsoft shuts down in-game ad unit.
Pfizer slashes R&D budget in drastic bid to stem losses.