BLOOMBERG: A devastatingly thorough cyberattack on the media giant is leaving experts wondering who is responsible.
DAILY MAIL: Hershey's currently uses a sugar and high-fructose corn syrup mix, but would like to replace or remove the unpopular-with-consumers artificial sweetener.
REUTERS: While employment numbers are on the up and up, the average level of compensation continues to drop.
BLOOMBERG: Several large banks lack the capital to avoid similar financial strife as was the case in 2008.
CS MONITOR: The move is expected to help with efficiency during the franticly busy buying season.
WSJ: Google is reportedly picking the Silicon Forest company's microprocessors to power the wearable gadget.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Court will determine whether angry online rants are free speech.
CNNMoney: An entrepreneur's business was trashed in the wake of the announcement that Darren Wilson would not be indicted. But a gofundme.com page has helped her salvage her bakery.
CNBC: Officials call the first week a "solid start" while stressing they have a "lot of work to do" before deadline in February.
SEATTLE TIMES: The housing market in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties fell 0.2 percent in September.
BLOOMBERG: The maker of the iPhone was valued at $700 billion after shares rose 0.8 percent to $119.59.
NEW YORK TIMES: In wake of congressional hearings, the Federal Reserve is facing significant questions regarding its role in the finance industry.
THE WEEK: Anheuser-Busch InBev is taking steps to revive brand's relevance in 21-27 demographic.