Abbott Laboratories looks to consumer for growth.
Amazon looks to produce its own TV programming.
BMW reports higher profits and more investments in future.
Best Buy sees departure of global CMO.
Caribou launches sparkling teas.
Chesapeake Energy goes on damage control after CEO apologizes for personal financial arrangements.
GM says profit strained by European losses.
Green Mountain struggles predicting demand for Keurig.
Hasbro launched TV advertising to kids with Mr. Potato Head back in the day.
Hawker Beechcraft nears Chapter 11.
Hermes sales rise on growth in Asia.
Lawry's integrates "Dinnertizing" on Rachael Ray show.
McDonald's rolls out Pretzelnator crowd-sourced burger in Germany as U.K. doctors' group blasts chain's Olympics sponsorship.
Microsoft plans to retire Windows Live brand.
Papa John's reports that Super Bowl tie-in drove first-quarter growth.
Reed Krakoff distances brand from Ann Romney.
RIM CEO says company is more focused.
Sears CEO waxes unapologetic for Sears-Kmart merger.
Spirit Airlines raises carry-on bag fee to $100.
Target stops selling Kindles after "showrooming" spat with Amazon and says it will expand care clinics.
United Continental fights Southwest for traffic out of Houston hub.
Viacom sees viewership plummet for Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants.
Wells Fargo dominates home lending in the U.S.
Whole Foods plans to pass higher costs on to customers.
Zynga launches "Draw This Brand" ad pitch for new game.
& Australian beer market slumps to 65-year low.