Inventories continued to rise in September after a good August.
The plan to slow rising temperatures is called a 'giant leap for mankind,' but further action is still needed, according to scientists.
Bloomberg: Google Inc. agreed to a $1.2 billion lease of Moffett Field, NASA's airfield in California.
WSJ: The wearable video camera maker plans to offer $100 million in shares, while current shareholders will sell the remaining $700 million.
NYT: President Obama urged the Federal Communications Commission to treat consumer broadband service as a public utility.
Forbes: 3D Systems reported a 23% increase in revenue to $166.9 million.
WSJ: The company has been struggling with weak consumer demand.
Business Insider: The retailer's shares plummeted more than 13% this morning.
BBC: The Chinese computer giant reported profits of $262 million.
NYT: The world's largest software company is giving away a comprehensive mobile edition of Office.
NYT: A software problem could cause the front airbag to malfunction in A4 and S4 sedans and Allroad station wagons from the 2013-15 model years.
WSJ: The media company's Q3 revenue increased a larger-than-expected 3% on growth.
Fast Company: The California-based company "quietly" opened an engineering office in Seattle.