Adidas gets big boost in buzz from soccer's Euro 2012.
Aereo stays operating while TV networks sue, judge rules.
Airbus nabs $17 billion in orders at big air show.
Amazon weighs cutthroat market in smartphone decision.
Apple finds China jumping the gun on iPhone 5 orders.
Barclays former CEO could face US Congress.
Burberry finds sales momentum slowing.
Cartier sees slowdown in China.
Conde Nast shakes up corporate sales division.
Dentsu to buy U.K.'s Aegis in international expansion by agency.
Dewey & LeBoeuf seeks "clawbacks" from ex-partners after firm's demise.
Duke Energy gets cool reception for CEO at Progress, where he jilted former CEO.
HSBC to apologize to U.S. Senate over potential money-laundering activities.
Hyundai and Kia unions vote for limited strikes.
Kodak seeks permission from court to pay bonuses to top brass.
New York turns old payphones into wireless hotspots.
Nike challenges U.K. ban on Twitter campaign.
Peugeot to close plant near Paris as Renault lowers sales-growth target.
Rolling Stones mark 50th anniversary.
Starbucks to open inside South Carolina funeral home, report says.
Superdry fights rumors of its impending death.
Supervalu weighs sale of company.
Teen Vogue petition gains steam.
Twitter raises concerns it's building ad business at expense of innovation.
Virgin Galactic craft will bear CEO Richard Branson and his family into space on first flight, he announces.
& DirecTV/Viacom contract dispute leads to U.S. cable channels blackout, leading Viacom to stop free streams of some shows to counter DirecTV ad-skipping tactic.