Apple's next iPhone will have a bigger screen, sources tell Reuters.
JPMorgan faces FBI probe as shareholders sue the company and CEO Jamie Dimon over $2B loss.
Time Warner Cable and Viacom settle iPad dispute.
Air Pacific returns to Fiji Airways branding.
Ben Silverman's Electus details programming for YouTube's new food-centric Hungry channel.
Chevron benefits from Japan's shift away from nuclear.
Comcast launches Skype in select U.S. markets.
Dylan's Candy Bar expands with first West Coast store, coming to Los Angeles.
Ferrari's consecutive Grand Am wins pleases Mario Andretti.
Gap CEO Glenn Murphy, unhappy with 2011 performance, plans domestic U.S. refocus.
Google revamps U.S. search in move that boosts Wikipedia, as Google+ painted as a "ghost town."
HBO wins lawsuit over Johnny Bananas character in Entourage.
Hertz expands EV commitment in London.
JCPenney shares tumble on biggest quarterly loss ever as CEO blames couponing.
Jennifer Lopez tops Forbes' new Celebrity 100 list.
Jimmy Choo sees potential in Lana Del Rey deal.
Robert Downey Jr.'s The Avengers' payday: $50 million.
Smucker's faces union action.
Southwest delays airplane deliveries to save $1 billion.
Steve Nash expands his personal brand.
TCBY pilots mobile truck as part of expansion.
Verizon is in $63B stand-off with AT&T over family plans as it kills off all unlimited data plans.
7-Eleven gets tough on underage sales.