LA Times: Using incredibly sensitive instruments, scientists have followed the magma from the Earth's belly to the base of Mt. Rainier.
NYT: The former National Security Agency contractor said in an interview that members of the U.S. military working at the spy agency sometimes shared the sexually explicit photos they intercepted.
NYT: Forbes Media has agreed to sell a majority stake in itself to Hong Kong investors.
Bloomberg: The U.S. Department of Justice is charging the shipping giant for delivering drugs for illegal online pharmacies.
Reuters: Microsoft Corp. will slash 14% of its workforce; it will lay off 1,350 employees in the Seattle area.
NYT: The bank posted profit of $1.3 billion, or 60 cents per share, on $8.5 billion in revenue, up 46% from Q2 of 2013.
NYT: The two companies announced their partnership and its intent to spread mobile and data analysis technology in the corporate world.
Bloomberg: The rate of first-time strokes in the United States dropped 24% in the past two decades; accompanying deaths fell 20% per decade.
WSJ: Retail sales in the United States rose a seasonally adjusted 0.2% from May, the weakest increase since January.
Bloomberg: The software maker is planning its biggest round of job cuts in five years.
NYT: The $7 billion deal will settle a federal investigation into the mortgage securities the bank sold.
Forbes: A new survey says "business agility" has become the primary advantage being delivered by the cloud.
BBC: Profits at the bank rose 3% in Q2—the United State's largest bank benefitted from the improving economy.