Reuters.com: The day after PepsiCo Inc's bottling deal in Thailand expired, its partner of 59 years launched its own soft drink that has knocked Pepsi off store shelves.
Cbsnews.com: Residents from Texas to Wisconsin are digging out from a major snow storm that is being blamed for two deaths and has shuttered airports, and cancelled flights.
New York Times: Google plans to sell its new eyeglass-like "Google Glass" computers for $1,500 and a compelling tweet.
The Atlantic.com: Job prospects for young science Ph.D.'s haven't been looking so hot these last few years, not only in the life sciences, which have been weak for some time, but also in fields like engineering.
Cbsnews.com: Kelloggs announced on its website that it had recalled lots of three sizes of the cereals because they may be contaminated with glass fragments.
New York Times: A major critic of "Obama-care," Gov. Rick Scott, is the latest Republican governor to put one of the laws key measures into effect.
Slate: Office Depot is buying Office Max for $1.17B.
TheAtlantic: Louisiana is the saddest state, while Hawaii is the happiest.
USAToday: Google launches a website for Project Glass, its Internet eyeglasses that offers features similar to a smartphone.
USA Today: Dell's fourth quarter report had net income down 31% which could ease its $24.4 billion buyout plans to return to private ownership.
New York Times: Track star Oscar Pistorius denied that he intended to take his girlfriend's life when he shot through a closed bathroom door at his home last week.
CBSnews.com: A shadowy unit of China's vast army is behind a huge proportion of the hacking attacks on U.S. websites, according to an American cybersecurity firm
Washington Post: According to the Urban Institute, the government spends 10 percent spent on children compared to 41 percent on the elderly and disabled portions of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.