USA TODAY: Shares of the company that operates Taco Bell are up while Chipotle is struggling.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: There was so much demand for the new line of products that the retail giant's website crashed.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A trucking group wants the government to expedite the process of making speed-limiting devices required.
BLOOMBERG: Jameis Winston was sued Thursday for an alleged sexual assault, Nike added him to its roster of pro athletes Friday.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Summer travelers can expect $2.01 of average savings.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: WikiLeaks released hundreds of thousands of emails and documents stolen in the Sony hack.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Volkswagen announced a second recall of 21,000 minivans with faulty ignition switches.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Investors excited about number of viewers of original programming on Internet television-streaming service.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The European Union alleges Google is abusing its dominance as it launches a probe into the Android mobile operating system.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Companies are being sued for decades-old technology patents.
CAREERCAST: There's nothing worse than being a newspaper reporter, according to a new study.
BLOOMBERG: Economic value in the United States is being held up by college graduates in the wake of lost factory jobs.
NEW YORK TIMES: Families depend on public assistance despite steady employment.