Gap, J.Crew and other retailers slash prices, as stores try to thwart price apps, and tweak websites to spur sales.
A&W is sold by Yum! Brands to A Great American Brand.
Absolut celebrates 30 years of gay ads.
Adidas pursues church for trademark infringement; church asks Derrick Rose to intercede.
Akamai purchases cloud rival.
Apple isn't expected to produce a smaller iPad, although fuel-cell MacBooks are rumored. Apple's online sales also exceed Walmart.com results.
AT&T's $1.93 billion deal for Qualcomm's airwaves approved.
Bebe expands with wedding collection.
Best Buy criticized for not fulfilling some holiday online orders.
BT's long-running family campaign in the UK ends its run.
Burberry, Forever 21 and Zara score on Facebook.
Chipotle and Panera gobble up fast casual market share.
Enfamil pulled from shelves after infant dies.
Exxon spars with Iraq government.
Facebook told to stop indefinitely holding users' advertising data, as site talks up need for ads.
Go Daddy faces boycott for SOPA stance.
Google to pay Mozilla $300M annually in search deal.
Heineken invites fans to design their own bottle.
Ivanka Trump is sued by designer Derek Lam over shoe design.
Louis Vuitton sues Hangover 2 producers over counterfeit scene.
McDonald's doubles down in India.
Movistar is named top Spanish brand in Interbrand's new ranking.
Netflix feels the squeeze in Europe.
Santander and other European banks fight to maintain their reputations.
Softbank pulls the plug on Myspace joint venture in Japan.
Stephen Colbert seeks naming rights to S.C. GOP primary (again).
Tesco pressured not to sponsor gay pride events.
Vicks leverages Google data to more effectively market behind-the-ear thermometer.
Volkswagen gives workers a rest from BlackBerry email.
Walmart, Macy's stock regional favorites to goose holiday sales.
Xerox Parc founder Jacob Goldman dies.
YouTube sets sights on becoming a premium advertising outlet.