GM pressures TV networks for discounts in upfront.
Ducati is booming in North America.
Facebook sees future in India, and explores access for under-13-year-olds as fallout from botched IPO continues.
Adidas sues Merrell over three-stripe design.
Apple/Motorola patent trial will feature Steve Jobs 'testimony.'
Big Tobacco goes to war in California.
BlackBerry-maker RIM victim of own 'identity crisis' (at least it's still cool with South African youths).
Brian Atwood Designs acquired by The Jones Group.
Brooks Brothers strikes India JV.
Chocolate candy sales reach nearly $20B globally.
CNN bets on upcoming series with Anthony Bourdain, who tapes final No Reservations episode in Brooklyn.
Coca-Cola launches UAE water conservation program.
Commune Hotels will launch yet-to-be-named hotel brand in NYC.
Etihad launches global campaign.
Europe mulls major step towards fiscal union.
Ferrari auctions F1 items to benefit Italian quake victims.
Ford ponders indigenous brands for China market.
GlaxoSmithKline sees promising results from melanoma drug trials.
Google readies new local ad platform as Chrome overtakes Microsoft's IE in browser wars.
Groupon sees publication of first "biography" of company.
Hyundai goes long on Elantra to woo Chinese car-buyers.
ICANN develops trademark clearinghouse with Deloitte and IBM.
Lacoste shifts strategy in India.
Macy's honored for cause marketing with March of Dimes.
Merrill losses were reportedly withheld before Bank of America deal.
New Zealand tribe fails to trademark haka chant.
News Corp. sees sales fade of Sunday edition of The Sun in U.K.
Nintendo pins hopes on new Wii U.
Pernod tries to rejuvenate its Ricard liquor brand.
Playtex expands commitment to girls' and women's sports.
Queen Elizabeth feted with 1,000-boat flotilla as part of four-day Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Samsung unifies its Galaxy S III smartphone.
Shell US fuel rewards program offers discounts at the pump.
Sony share price drops to 32-year low.
Timex dress hits the red carpet.
Toyota CEO voices economic concerns despite healthy May sales.
Twitter may see $1B in ad revenue in 2014.
Virgin partners on mobile network in Africa, and teams up with Xbox Live.