BLOOMBERG: The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell after questions were raised about the long-term viability of the economy.
BLOOMBERG: The Conference Board's index hit its highest level since August 2007 in January.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Creditor nations suggest the move doesn't necessarily mean the struggling economy will eschew the euro.
ABC NEWS: Flights out of Portland International Airport were negligibly affected.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Negotiators took Thursday off as dockworkers held a demonstration against their employers.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: As cell phone use soars, battery life has been plummeting.
USA TODAY: Bill and Melinda Gates says the plight of poor people will be improved by 2030.
REUTERS: The U.S. stock market rallied after hearing the news.
TIME: The media distributing giant enjoyed a 26 percent gain in the end of 2014.
TELEGRAPH: Music recognizing app Shazam now valued at more than $1 billion following a $30 million funding round.
BLOOMBERG: The search-engine giant wants to spend $1 billion to explore new ways of increasing Internet access.
BLOOMBERG: Retailers' bid to overturn a regulation they say unfairly hurts them was rejected by the Supreme Court.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The world's richest people saw their percentage of the global wealth jump to 48 percent in 2014.