Fresh off her Pennsylvania primary win, Sen. Hillary Rodham-Clinton (D-NY) told morning news shows that “the tide is turning” in her uphill race against Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) for the Democratic presidential nomination. The former first lady emphasized that she is the most qualified candidate to take on Republican presumptive nominee Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) because of her primary wins in swing states Pennsylvania and Ohio. Meanwhile Obama's campaign assigned additional staffers to craft a message attacking McCain.
The New York Times, which endorsed Clinton in January, condemned both Democratic senators for negative messaging.
Nearing completion of a deal to acquire Newsday, News Corp. could see the first challenge to a recently adopted Federal Communications Commission ownership rule.
Nintendo is planning a marketing and PR blitz prior to the launch of the Wii Fit, an add-on to the Wii gaming system aimed at fitness-minded women.
After filing a lawsuit in a Delaware court, eBay claims Craigslist executives “unfairly diluted eBay's economic interest” in the company.
Delta CEO Richard Anderson tells reporters that domestic airlines need to raise fares by 15 to 20% to offset the increase in fuel prices.