USA TODAY: Business leaders surprised by how lenient shipment rules that go into effect today are.
BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK: The struggles of the currency of the European Union could compound by the Swiss' decision.
WALL STREET JOURNAL: Oil prices continued to trend downward on Thursday.
TIME: Report states the IRS is offering the least amount of customer service it has since 2001.
BLOOMBERG: The president's budget requests should cause a fight with the now Republican-led Congress.
BLOOMBERG: Expectations for the economy were tempered by underwhelming December numbers for purchases.
BLOOMBERG: The young billionaire said he had like to see an engineering office in Seattle that focuses on building and employing satellites.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The GOP contends the president's executive actions were unconstitutional.
REGISTER GUARD: The proposed laws would encourage private companies to share information with Homeland Security.
BLOOMBERG: Shippers hint that work stoppage at five largest ports is possible.
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: The cable network and the federal administration announced the deal on Monday.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Greek markets stabilized two weeks ahead of elections.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The controversial project had a major obstacle cleared when a Nebraska court tossed a suit disputing the pipeline's route.