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  • Mattel, under siege, promises new rain forest packaging policy

     
    Toy maker Mattel, under siege by environmental critics, announced Friday that it would develop a new policy to make its packaging suppliers “commit to sustainable forestry management practices.” Greenpeace, which launched a global campaign...
  • ‘Evening at the Stork Club’ offers glamour for a good cause

     
    In the 1930s and '40s, the place to see and be seen in New York City was The Stork Club, an elegant nightspot where celebrities mingled, gossiped and took in the upscale entertainment. A benefit this weekend aims to capture that supper-club atmosphere...
  • Google buying Web display-ad firm Admeld

     
    Google is buying Admeld, a company that helps web pulishers manage display ads online. The two companies announced the deal on Monday in two respective blog posts and a couple tweets, declining to say just how much the acquisition was worth. The...
  • A lazy foodie’s dream come true

     
    The invention of online food delivery websites has been one of the greatest things to ever happen to me.  I can order soup and orange juice when I'm sick or place a delivery order as I'm leaving work to await me when I get home, and I don't have to...
  • After 'Black Swan,' Darren Aronofsky to take on Michael Chabon's and Ayelet Waldman's 'Hobgoblin'

     
    Magicians versus Hitler? Darren Aronofsky joins Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman....
  • Google shares fall below $500 to nine-month low

     
    Wall Street is searching for answers about Google. Shares slid below $490, a nine-month low, on Friday. Google has not closed below $500 since September. Analysts say downward pressure on the stock reflects a weighty combination of concerns. This week...
  • Facebook to pass Yahoo as top seller of online display ads, study says

     
    Facebook is on track to pass Yahoo in 2011 as the No. 1 online display ad-selling company in the U.S., according to a new study. The world's most popular social network will see its U.S. display ad revenue grow this year by 80.9% to $2.19 billion,...
  • What's next for Hulu?

     
    News Corp., Walt Disney Co. and NBCUniversal have been wrestling for more than a year over what to do with their unruly online progeny Hulu. The answer emerged this week: sell the popular and problematic Internet video site. But why......
  • Feds bust 'scareware' ring accused of making $72 million by selling phony anti-virus software

     
    There's big money in scaring people into thinking they have a nasty computer virus. But you might also scare up a visit from international police. On Wednesday the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI and cooperating overseas agencies said they......
  • Kia signs Clippers' Blake Griffin to multiyear sponsorship deal

     
    KIA Motors America and Los Angeles Clippers all-star Blake Griffin are extending their relationship, which got its start with the NBA player dunking over a KIA Optima sedan earlier this year, as the company announced a multi-year deal that will make...
  • Google says FTC is investigating its business

     
    Google is being investigated by the Federal Trade Commission, the tech titan said Friday morning. But just what the FTC is investigating, Google said, isn't yet clear to the maker of both the world's leading search engine and smartphone operating system,...
  • Don't market junk food to kids, doctors say

     
    The American Academy of Pediatrics has come out in favor of a ban on advertising junk food to children. In a statement Monday, the organization said ads for junk food are pervasive on children's television and online. Children already are......