Warner Bros. issues statement as The Dark Knight Rises opens somberly as Denver gunman kills 14 at screening, while movie opens strongly at box office.
Heineken offers $4.1 billion to buy out JV partner for Asia Pacific Breweries stake as Kirin's next move pondered.
Chick-fil-A homophobia shamed by actor Ed Helms.
Apple's original iPad prototype revealed as new iPad launch in China today fails to cause a fuss.
BlackBerry woes broken down to five mistakes by nymag.com.
Comcast prepares ultra high-speed broadband.
Dell's Project Sputnik cleared for lift-off.
DirecTV and Viacom reach carriage deal following stand-off.
eBay and PayPal to hit $10B each in mobile payments.
Facebook tests Pinterest-like feature, admits analytics flub, gets earful from marketers.
Google posts revenue increase as ad clicks surge.
Ikea relaunches food packaging.
Lanvin uses real people in new campaign.
McDonald's declines tax break available to non-U.K.-based sponsors of 2012 London Olympics.
Mercedes-Benz goes high-end with Fashion Week Swim in Miami.
Microsoft hires Burson-Marsteller CEO.
Nokia sees another dismal quarter.
Pernod-Ricard's Malibu rum stages UK/US invasion.
Qantas dumps BlackBerry for iPhone.
Quiznos replaces CEO and adds CMO.
Starbucks opens second Evolution Fresh concept store.
Target and Walmart boost their digital capabilities for back-to-school season.
Twitter to appeal Occupy protest ruling.
United and American Airlines downsize most lavish cabins.
Vodafone revenue hit by Eurozone crisis.
Volkswagen highlights affordability in new UK campaign.
Walgreens and Express Scripts end pricing struggle.
Walmart lobbies for web sales tax on Amazon and other e-tailers.
Yahoo!'s new CEO Marissa Mayer looks to inspire troops as massive salary revealed.
YouTube introduces face-blurring to protect protesters.
Yum! Brands plows ahead with China expansion despite slower growth.