Burger King tests menu diversification.
BMW launches "Don't Txt and Drive" public-service campaign.
Church’s takes on Chik-fil-A in chicken-taste test campaign.
Diageo and Pernot Ricard battle in China.
Exxon fuels chemicals drive in Asia.
Fiat ends four decades of Chrysler sales in Europe.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter vows reforms in wake of corruption claims.
Google is launching Google Wallet today in Portland, OR. Chairman Eric Schmidt details platform war, says he "screwed up" as CEO by underestimating Facebook.
Hearst expands iCrossing into branded content.
Hulu is adding Pulp Fiction and other Miramax movie titles via a new deal.
Kroger promotes fuel savings.
Lady Gaga's Born This Way sold 1.1 million copies in first week thanks to Amazon deep discount.
Lenovo buys German electronics-maker Medion.
MTV's Jersey Shore gets the cold shoulder in Italy.
NBC schedules The Voice in post-Super Bowl programming slot.
NCR sues Blockbuster over movie kiosks.
Nokia struggles in face of Apple competition.
Panasonic is building a sustainable smart building in Japan.
Saab is producing cars again.
Tesco continues to focus on Fresh & Easy in the US as the company trims CEO salary in “rebalancing” of executive pay.
Toyota is optimistic about raising output; issues recall for older Prius model due to steering concern.
Vudu taps Peter Gabriel's The Filter for aggregation help.
World Economic Forum goes green with Nissan Leaf.
3M touts corporate culture as competitive advantage.