Business Insider: Brendan Eich is resigning as CEO and is leaving the board of Mozilla.
CNN: In February there were 215 calls involving e-cigarettes to the poison center.
Reuters: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an injection device for caregivers to treat patients who suffer an overdose.
BBC: Turkish authorities have lifted the two-week-old ban on Twitter, citing it was a breach of freedom and expression.
WSJ: In a 5-4 ruling, the majority believes limits violate the First Amendment.
Forbes: The company unveiled FireTV, a streaming set-top box that lets viewers watch on-demand movies and television shows.
Forbes: Overwhelming evidence shows that consuming seven servings of fruits and vegetables per day considerably decreases one's death risk.
BBC: Nato is not seeing a Russian troop pullout from the Ukraine border.
Reuters: Satya Nadella named three executives to its cloud, devices and Xbox gaming systems.
BBC: More than six million Americans have signed up for plans through the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplaces.
Forbes: The apps are free but users will need a subscription to Microsoft's Office 365 service to use them.
CNN: One in 68 children in the United States has an autism spectrum disorder.
Reuters: The International Monetary Fund agreement is intended to help Ukraine meet debt payments.