Apple's blockbuster quarter puts iPhone ahead of Google smartphones in the U.S.
Brinker International expands value strategy at Chili's.
Christian Louboutin makes the IP case for its red-soled shoes.
Davos kicks off with worries about eurozone crisis.
Del Frisco's Restaurant plans IPO.
Fiat launches ad for new Panda into Italian austerity zeitgeist.
Ford sets goal of higher profits for Fusion as brand identity gets back on track.
GM CMO Joel Ewanick taps Carat for global media buying as CEO Dan Akerson is expected to defend Volt and criticize political point-making in congressional testimony today; Republican point-makers await.
Gannett acquires Fantasy Sports Ventures.
McDonald's plans to focus on core products in U.S. in 2012 as earnings surge in 2011.
Megaupload case causes ripples in online-storage industry.
Netflix may not fix problems with just more subscribers.
Nissan and Tata boost U.K. as European auto manufacturing hub.
Nokia celebrates smartphone milestone.
Pfizer protects Viagra trademark against Viaguara wannabe in Europe.
Quiznos reaches debt-restructuring deal.
Roche makes hostile bid for Illumina, a DNA-sequencing company.
Scotland hankers for independence.
Sony talks with Olympus about investing.
SquareTrade gets funding.
TCBY and Mrs. Field's brands plan to expand and add menu items.
Televis expands into English TV.
U.S. President Obama offers populist vision in State of the Union speech.
Verizon gets pinched as well as profits from iPhone.
Walgreens counts edge in prescription battle with Express Scripts.
Yahoo continues ad decline.