Alfa Romeo delays full return to US.
Amazon introduces digital textbook rentals.
American Airlines splits order between Airbus and Boeing.
Apple directors ponder succession.
BMW grows cautious on developed markets.
Borders succumbs to digital era as Barnes & Noble focuses on e-books.
Campbell expands lower-sodium soup options.
Caterpillar loses ground in China.
Chipotle rides industry trends to strong sales.
Cnooc pays $2.1 billion for Canadian oil sands firm.
Colgate is Australia's most trusted brand.
Ecolab agrees to buy Nalco for $5.4 billion.
Etsy announces small business summit in Berlin.
Fandango sees Harry Potter lift.
Foursquare app lets customers say thank you.
GM, OnStar partner on smart grid test with Chevy Volt.
Google+ passes 18 million users.
Groupon's coupons challenged in Connecticut.
Harley-Davidson sales get back in gear.
Honest Tea tests customers' honesty.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony will test post-split co-branding.
Netflix monkeys with operations.
News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch professes contrition but no responsibility before Parliament, as tiger wife Wendi's star rises.
NFL deal looks like a win-win.
Nissan raises price of Leaf, sets ambitious goals.
Saab to develop three new models with Chinese partner.
Starbucks names UK head.
T-Mobile announces BYO Phones plan.
Tesco bringing loyalty program to Fresh & Easy in the US.
Twitter shifts focus to commerce.
Virgin Atlantic releases a Trip Journal app.
Yao Ming confirms he's retiring from the NBA.
Yum! plans to turn around US restaurant brands with strategies from overseas.