Android beats Apple for global market share while Samsung becomes top-selling mobile brand in Europe, and Apple and Samsung court battle continues.
Citi tests foreclosure rentals, steps up digital marketing.
Eli Lilly seen as last hope for Alzheimer's drug as Pfizer and J&J bow out.
Betsey Johnson rebounds from bankruptcy with lower-priced collection set for New York Fashion Week.
BlackBerry-maker RIM stock jumps on Samsung rumors.
Carmen Steffens expands fashion brand from Brazil to US.
Chiquita restructuring plan calls for new CEO.
Dairy Queen promotes Orange Julius brand.
Esprit hires Zara exec as new CEO.
Google's new mobile voice recognition may leave Siri speechless while ad agency pitches "agile creativity."
HP missteps come under scrutiny.
IHOP creates take-home products.
Japan Tobacco Inc. plans to rebrand Mild Seven in bid to bump Marlboro as the world's most popular cigarette.
Microsoft scraps Windows Phone marketplace.
Monster energy drinks brand disappoints Wall Street.
New York Times sells About.com to Answers.com.
News Corp. feels pain of Australian write-down.
Oracle and Google ordered to disclose payments to writers.
Outback Steakhouse parent blooms post-IPO.
Playboy HQ now officially Los Angeles and not Chicago.
Sesame Street plans Hispanic character in multicultural shift.
Twitter execs cooperate with NYPD following threat to Mike Tyson, while Microsoft partners with NYPD to fight crime.
Zynga COO quits while Facebook sees fresh wave of exits.