US auto sales for 2011 face boost by year-end holiday advertising, as global auto sales rise on Chinese demand.
Apple TV rumors generate biggest buzz heading into CES.
Bakon Vodka goes mobile.
Ben & Jerry's slated as first Facebook sponsored stories ad in users' newsfeed.
Benetton takes edgy Unhate campaign to Tripoli.
Bentley sells more cars in China than UK.
Better Business Bureau tops its own scams of the year list.
BlackBerry-maker RIM reportedly identifies replacement for co-chairmen as analysts fear the worst.
Canadian Pacific CEO comes under fire.
Chinese companies increase focus on brand development.
Citibank launches Facebook app to let customers share rewards as social currency.
Facebook users with high self-esteem apparently prefer targeted ads.
FDA promises decision about BPA in food promises.
Ford sets plan to boost Lincoln brand at next week's Detroit Auto Show.
Gap's Athleta launches first national campaign.
GE Healthcare releases cancer treatment website touting personalized medicine.
Google acquires IBM patents, punishes itself for Chrome ad breach.
Groupon shares slide on concerns about merchant satisfaction.
H&M promotes upcoming underwear line by David Beckham, who is not moving from LA to France after all.
J.M. Smucker completes acquisition of Sara Lee's North American coffee business.
JPMorgan sued for $95 million over mortgage securities.
Klout's clout grows with $30 million funding round.
Netflix offers sneak peek at original series Lilyhammer.
PBS shifts tactics to take on premium cable channels.
PepsiCo presents unexpected Mountain Dew defense at trial, agrees to help 50 Cent distribute Street King charitable energy drink.
Samsung extends #DudeYoureABarista Twitter sweepstakes.
Starz plans to expand original programming.
Stumptown Coffee plans standalone outpost in Manhattan.
Sweden's forestry industry gets low marks.
Tiger Woods tells AP he's back on his game.
Time Warner Cable ordered to pay users for lost games.
TiVo shares soar on AT&T legal settlement.
Verizon CEO cancels CES appearance.
Walmart accounted for a quarter of US grocery sales last year.
Jason Wu's February 5th capsule collection for Target sneaks onto the web.
& Canadian customs accepts iPad passport scan.