Facebook I.P.O. raises regulatory concerns, as regulators review Morgan Stanley's pre-Facebook IPO actions and the social network's share price drops 18% below IPO price and shareholders worry. NASDAQ is also being sued by an irate investor, while Facebook, its bankers and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are also being sued. One hot commodity: Zuckerberg's post-IPO secret wedding to Priscilla Chan sees Claire Pettibone-designed wedding dress "go viral."
Apple's iPad played a key role in the largest debt restructuring in history, with 100 iPads saving Greece $140 billion. European banks were less prepared for the Greek economic crisis.
SAP to acquire Ariba for $4.3 billion in push into cloud.
Alcatel-Lucent technology made the Internet five times faster.
Amazon's massive cloud business raises questions.
FOX's American Idol lost nearly a quarter of its still-huge audience this season.
Axe creates outdoor ads that are only visible if you're wearing sunglasses.
Band-Aid and Muppets partner on augmented reality app that makes a Muppet character appear with each Band-Aid.
Billionaire Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp, the owner of dating website Match.com and search tool Ask.com, delivered better returns of any Internet media company, trumping Google and Baidu.
BT may need to split on UK fears of broadband monopoly.
Burberry plans to invest in new, bigger stores.
Chinese vitamin C maker to settle U.S. antitrust lawsuit.
CNN drops to lowest ratings in 20 years.
Danone ramps up marketing for Evian and Volvic brands.
Disney increases cost of theme park admissions.
Dunkin' Donuts aces social marketing on Pinterest and beyond.
Egypt's historic elections are underway.
Google void seen as opportunity for China mobile app store, while Google privacy inquiries get little cooperation.
JPMorgan sued over retirement plan losses.
Lenny Kravitz designs shoe collection for TOMS.
Lenovo profits rise on China sales.
M&S lowers targets as profits fall.
Mastercard and Heineken seen deepening brand engagement as UEFA sponsors.
Novo Nordisk’s insulin pill quest seen as $10 billion Holy Grail.
RailAmerica may put itself up for sale.
Samsung touts the platform economy.
Tesla's electric sedan hits the road in June.
UGG releases bridal collection.
Uniqlo takes advantage of recession-lowered rents to expand in the U.S.
Victoria's Secret joins Pinterest.
& the FCC may give online video distributors like Hulu and YouTube the same rights and responsibilities enjoyed by cable operators.