WSJ: The company has been struggling with weak consumer demand.
Business Insider: The retailer's shares plummeted more than 13% this morning.
BBC: The Chinese computer giant reported profits of $262 million.
NYT: The world's largest software company is giving away a comprehensive mobile edition of Office.
NYT: A software problem could cause the front airbag to malfunction in A4 and S4 sedans and Allroad station wagons from the 2013-15 model years.
WSJ: The media company's Q3 revenue increased a larger-than-expected 3% on growth.
Fast Company: The California-based company "quietly" opened an engineering office in Seattle.
BBC: A new study found that long-term shift work has an aging effect on the brain.
WSJ: The Korean auto makers agreed to pay a combined penalty of $300 million for overstating fuel-economy claims.
CNN: The 29-year-old diagnosed with terminal brain cancer took medication to end her life under Oregon's "Death with Dignity Act."
Bloomberg Businessweek: The company laid off 638 employees in the Puget Sound area.
Forbes: The Chinese electronics manufacturer is looking to raise funding that could value the company at more than $40 billion.
NYT: The nation's economic output rose at a 3.5% annual rate.