Air Canada woos US business travelers to fly via Toronto.
Avon brand challenged in emerging markets.
Canadians went to the polls today in 41st federal election.
Dish Network appoints a new head of embattled Blockbuster chain.
EU contest to name science funding program sees flood of entries.
Jean-Paul Gaultier brand catches eye of Spanish perfume-maker Puig.
London 2012 Olympics organizers invite public to name neighborhoods.
Mercedes-Benz opens first teen driving school in America.
NASDAQ to "go hostile" with NYSE bid.
NFL is in talks to put NFL Network on tablets.
PepsiCo faces challenge on beverage pricing.
Pierre Cardin puts his business up for sale.
PPR to buy US sports apparel brand Volcom.
President Obama's approval rating sees a bounce (but for how long?) while his Correspondents Dinner remarks burn up YouTube.
RIM aims to regain stride with new BlackBerry Bold smartphone.
Sony suffers second hacker attack, suspends online gaming network.
St. John signs Kate Winslet as new celeb face of fashion brand.
Twitter acquired TweetDeck, the popular Canadian tweet aggregator; sees record-breaking traffic (4,000 tweets per second) related to bin Laden death.
Warren Buffett believes his reputation is intact in wake of Sokol affair.
Zara revealed as maker of the Middleton sisters' day-after Royal Wedding outfits.
& US soft drink industry fights New York City's proposed food stamp ban.