Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing files for bankruptcy.
Chipotle faces federal probe.
Facebook deals with aftermath of less-than-stellar IPO showing, as NASDAQ admits some fault and site faces pressure to perform for advertisers. Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, meanwhile, surprises with post-IPO wedding to his longtime girlfriend.
Alibaba and Yahoo strike a $7 bullion stock deal.
AT&T sings praises of Facebook fans.
Apple and Samsung talk today about ending smartphone-patent war.
Barclays to sell $6.1 billion BlackRock stake.
BMW Guggenheim Lab prepares Berlin debut.
Carl's Jr. seeks $100-million IPO.
Catalina takes plunge into digital couponing.
Chevrolet goes skateboarding for Sonic.
Domino's gets criticism of "gluten-free" crust.
Google gets Chinese approval to proceed with acquisition of Motorola Mobility as Google+ faces continued lack of interest and Eric Schmidt tells grads to turn off their screens.
Hulu to launch new summer shows.
London taxi advertising gets patriotic.
Panera struggles with clogged Wi-Fi.
JCPenney stands firm on reinvention plan.
Nestle Waters launches new Resource brand in southern California.
Pernod remixes Ricard to reverse brand decline.
Snooki's branding legal spat heats up.
SpaceX pivots quickly to plans for Tuesday launch.
Universal Studios ups ante in theme-park battle with Walt Disney as Disney tries to make Swampy Gator into the next big children's property and Universal's Battleship movie sinks on opening weekend.
Victoria's Secret readies UK debut.
Volkswagen sponsors Dave Matthews Band for eco promotion.
Voyager Mobile, a 22-year-old NYU student's startup, opens for business.
Wanda Group to buy AMC Entertainment, expanding China's influence in Hollywood.