AT&T posts $4-billion quarterly profit and sells 3.7 million iPhones (click here for highlights).
Amazon pursues careful state-sales-tax strategy.
Apple and Samsung gear up for "patent trial of the century" as Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 is banned in EU.
Apple is expected to beat estimates in today's earnings conference call, if not a blowout.
BMW invests in EV-charging network.
Billabong gets lower takeover offer.
Capital One deceptive-marketing fine "unlikely" to change its strategy.
Chick-Fil-A loses the Muppets on kids' meals in gay controversy.
Cisco plans layoff of 2 percent of global workforce.
Cnooc plans to acquire Nexen of Canada in China's biggest acquisition of overseas company.
DreamWorks moves to diversify.
Facebook prepares for Wall Street scrutiny in Thursday earnings call.
Fox adds Mariah Carey to American Idol judges' carousel.
Google gets boost in evaluation of Google+ effectiveness.
JCPenney unveils in-store boutiques concept with Levi's, Arizona and Buffalo.
Method Home preps packaging made from ocean debris.
News Corp. re-brands education division, adding AT&T partnership.
News International hacking scandal in U.K. sees eight former execs formally charged.
Newsweek loses support of Harman family, giving control to Barry Diller's IAC.
Peet's Coffee & Tea agrees to $1-billion buyout.
Penn State sees marketability crippled by Sandusky-scandal penalties by NCAA.
Pepsi signs on as sponsor of next Super Bowl halftime show.
RIM sees major holder double his stake as company finally may launch 4G BlackBerry PlayBooks next week.
Rosneft eyes BP stake in TNK-BP joint venture.
Taco Bell Doritos Locos Tacos may be to blame for Chipotle sales slowdown.
Target extends fresh-food offerings to more stores.
Twitter pushes to boost site's utility.
Wall Street Journal launches real-estate section.
Walmart joins chorus against proposed U.S. interchange-fee settlement.
Wet Seal fires CEO.