Posted by Dale Buss on February 7, 2012 09:02 AM
AOL seeks new agency to convince consumers to "care" again.
Apple faces $38M fine in China for iPad name as company retakes crown as world's top smartphone maker.
Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors get into the hard-cider business.
Bayer CEO says consumers don't give pharma enough credit.
Coca-Cola draws more interest than expected with polar bears "watching" the Super Bowl, though its quarterly profits slid.
Clint Eastwood declares no political motive behind Chrysler Super Bowl spot, donates fee to charity.
Disney and Univision talk about creating English-language cable-news channel.
Ford and General Motors continue to snark over Chevrolet's Silverado ad in the Super Bowl as GM seeks new life for Volt in California.
Glencore wraps up Xstrata deal.
Google removes some content in bow to India pressure.
Mitsubishi plans to stop output in Netherlands in wake of eurozone crisis.
Republic moves to shed Frontier.
Toyota lifts profit forecast on brisk U.S. sales.
Verizon and Redbox partner to stream video and take on Netflix.
Walgreens plans to sell male fertility test.
Walmart plans to expand in Canada as rival Target prepares its expansion there with naming rights and logo deal.