Adidas forecasts better year.
Allstate sues Merrill Lynch over mortage-backed securities.
Apple will today unveil second generation iPad — which may lead to a tablet price war — as brand aims to shed elitist label.
Bentley, Bugatti and Maserati compete for top end with new models at Geneva Auto Show.
CBS has almost sold out March Madness ad time as it promotes broadcast-sharing scheme with TBS.
Chick-fil-A eyes new products and markets.
Coca-Cola's Freestyle vending machine boosts sales.
Daimler doubles pay for CEO.
Food Lion emphasizes private label.
Google sees Android platform adopted by Japanese smart-phone makers.
Karen Millen fashion brand prepares to be sold.
McDonald's pushes mascot Ronald McDonald into the background.
Merck suffers FDA setback on multiple-sclerosis drug.
Motion Picture Association of America names ex-Sen. Christopher Dodd as its new chief.
NetJets places new order for luxury jets with Bombardier.
NFL lockout looms unless deal is struck, following federal ruling.
Nintendo bets on 3D games.
Nokia plans to open factory in Vietnam to make low-end handsets.
Peugeot expands pay-as-you-go car-sharing scheme.
Saab PhoeniX revives brand's hybrid dreams.
Sina expands e-commerce biz in China with acquisition.
Volkswagen revisits Microbus concept.
Volvo unveils first diesel hybrid.
Yahoo may unload Japan stake.
P&G and Goldman Sachs director is subject of insider trading inquiry.
And U.S. auto sales zoomed forward in February, at a seasonal pace of more than 13 million vehicles.