Amazon plans to lend Harry Potter e-books.
Apple will help upgrade Foxconn factories in China.
AT&T sees regulatory logjam delay deals in wireless.
Betsey Johnson confirms plans to liquidate.
CBS sues ABC alleging new reality series rips off Big Brother.
Chuck E. Cheese plans to test gluten-free products.
Coca-Cola finds its Hellenic unit hit by perfect political and economic storm.
Dish Networks upsets ad industry with DVR that zaps commercials.
Dunkin' Donuts returns to the West Coast.
Fox will seat Britney Spears as new judge on The X Factor, wire service says.
Google prepares for possible antitrust fight.
JPMorgan hit by mammoth trading losses of $2 billion.
Microsoft through Bing, and Facebook team up to take on Google in social search.
Nordstrom tops luxury brands in survey.
P&G shakes up beauty operations and tilts management to Asia.
Panasonic posts record annual loss.
Pepsi Max and Cadbury become first to use Shazam in U.K. advertising.
Quiznos launches new menu and branding.
T-Mobile reports customer defections after merger was blocked.
Tim Hortons expects steady growth.
TIME stirs debate with cover of breastfeeding child.
Virgin Airlines launches ad campaign in Los Angeles, as Virgin Atlantic introduces in-flight mobile calls.