After a rough patch in 2009, Starbucks is trying to re-energize itself with new low-calorie options.
If Google pulls out of China, the move will make Baidu all but a sure thing.
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The company might mandate charitable giving to cool the furor over bonuses, but the real problem is its excessively high compensation.
Ford surprised Wall Street and Main Street in 2009 by rising out of Detroit's ashes, but can the automaker keep its momentum in 2010?
Should competitors be worried? Or is this just more noise in the battle of the brands?
Take out currency gains and gas inflation, and Costco sales gain 4%.
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