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In the News: AT&T-Mobile, Boeing, McDonald's and more

Posted by Dale Buss on December 1, 2011 09:04 AM

In the News

Adobe acquires web marketing firm.

AT&T and T-Mobile explore joint venture as Plan B to merger.

Burger King launches QSR fries battle as Wendy's moves closer to topping the chain in market share.

BMW and Toyota will cooperate on diesel engines and green research.

Boeing makes peace with labor.

Coca-Cola gets frosty reception for white holiday cans; partners with (RED) for World AIDS Day.

Foursquare rolls out new buttons for publishers.

Google+ enhances brand pages.

Intuit to offer free tax advice on the phone.

McDonald's finds way around Happy Meal toy ban in San Francisco.

NBCUniversal plans second Harry Potter theme park.

Nestle expands in Africa.

Olympus likely to see effort to take back management reins by ex-CEO.

RIM looks into hacking claims.

Samsung gets a win over Apple in tablet war in Australia.

Talbot's looks for new president.

Time Inc. plucks digital executive as new CEO.

Twitter shores up ad sales.

UPS acquires Italian pharma logistics company.

Walt Disney boosts dividend most in 20 years.

Weather Channel debuts new app.

Yahoo focuses on ad sales while company auction churns along.

Zynga IPO anticipated for Dec. 15.

& Luxury hotels sweeten suites with luxe brands.

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