Encouraged by the success of its Via instant coffee, Starbucks ups its grocery game.
The British government has received 45,000 ideas from residents on how to cut spending.
The depressed economy has reduced operating costs so much that Indian outsourcing isn't as attractive.
Sales will suffer as long as high unemployment persists, experts say.
American Airlines offers to move fliers to the front of coach, but only if they pay.
Reports out of Taiwan say Apple has asked manufacturers to produce a 7-inch iPad.
Research In Motion's new phone has sputtered out of the gate, giving rise to rumors of price cuts.
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