WSJ: Teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is going "logo-free" in spring.
BBC: The FBI is looking into several reports of cyber-attacks against two to five U.S. banks, including JPMorgan Chase.
TIME: The tiny video-camera maker launched a new camera mount for dogs called Fetch.
Business Insider: The messaging app is close to finalizing a $20 million fundraising round led by VC firm Kleiner Perkins.
BBC: Research suggests that men who consume more than 10 portions of tomatoes per week may reduce their risk by 20%.
BBC: The World Health Organization says there should be a ban on the use of e-cigarettes indoors and that sales to minors should stop.
Reuters: The cash-and-stock deal will create the world's third-largest fast-food restaurant group.
Reuters: Burger King could acquire the Canadian donut-and-coffee chain in a deal costing roughly $18 billion.
ABC News: According to EQECAT, a company that studies catastrophe risk, the damage estimate is expected to rise because the Napa Valley wine harvest has already begun.
Reuters: U.S. labor markets remain hampered by the effects of the Great Recession, the federal reserve chairwoman said.
BBC: The clothing store Gap is bringing its brand to India with the aim of opening 40 outlets.
The federal agency that holds the purse strings for care of Oregon Health Plan members recently criticized the state's system for distributing money to regional coordinated care organizations.
A $40 million floating drydock will arrive at the Columbia River this weekend, carrying components that will be assembled and put to work by Vigor Industrial.