Amazon sued over instant search patent.
American Express powers Foursquare specials at SXSW, where Apple opens pop-up store for iPad 2 sales.
Angry Birds raises $42 million.
AOL readies post-Huffington Post deal layoffs of 20% workforce reduction.
Bluefly tries social gaming.
Caesars plans Asia hotels, without gambling for now.
Chrysler’s Twitter account accidentally drops the F-bomb, fires social media agency tweeter.
Coach opens first UK store.
Costco sues for right to keep $3 million in unclaimed rebates.
Cumulus strikes $2.5 billion deal for Citadel.
Donald Trump eyes a presidential bid.
Dominos signs on as official pizza of the NCAA in time for March Madness as Powerade also prepares March Madness push.
Exxon tilts again toward oil production.
Ford set to reward CEO Alan Mulally with industry’s largest-ever pay package as the brand readies electric car Facebook page.
Formspring takes a stand against bullies with help from MIT.
Foursquare check-ins rewarded at Starbucks today with random $40 gift cards to mark 40th anniversary.
GM to boost production of Chevrolet Volt while CFO makes a surprise departure just a few months after its IPO.
GSK-distributed lupus drug from Human Genome Sciences wins FDA approval.
London Olympics 2012 ticket scalpers face £20,000 fine.
McDonald's still holds advantages in its rivalry with Subway.
PBS to see House de-funding effort.
Quaker Oats says that Cap’n Crunch is not retiring.
Renault to yield in corporate-espionage affair.
Santander chief Sáenz faces banking ban.
Sensodyne uses holographic technology in packaging.
Sony picks possible successor to CEO Howard Stringer.
Starbucks, Green Mountain strike single-cup deal.
Toyota pulls control back to corporate headquarters in Japan.
UBS helps pro football players in negotiations with the NFL.
Unilever pursues simplicity for its brands.
VisitBritain partners with Google Street View.
Weight Watchers launches "Get Gorgeous Lounge" experience.
& WSJ's headline on NPR flap: "Video Kills the Radio Czar"