ASSOCIATED PRESS: Los Angeles' district attorney alleges company "continues to misrepresent and exaggerate background checks on drivers."
USA TODAY: The giant cyberstore is opening up some products for haggling.
FORBES: Shares increased 6.8 percent in the wake of the announcement that Mike Jeffries is stepping down.
REUTERS: The fast-food giant now finds itself in a dubious six-month streak of declines.
Prospective employees would not have to submit a drug test until after receiving a job offer under the legislation.
CNN: Opening this weekend in Seattle, the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room will be "beyond any coffee experience, or retail experience, anywhere in the world," Howard Schultz told CNN.
TIME: The online-shopping giant is trying its hand at baby products available exclusively to members of its subscription service.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A Washington State University study found that with each wolf killed, there was a 5 percent uptick in attacks on cattle and sheep.
BLOOMBERG: A devastatingly thorough cyberattack on the media giant is leaving experts wondering who is responsible.
DAILY MAIL: Hershey's currently uses a sugar and high-fructose corn syrup mix, but would like to replace or remove the unpopular-with-consumers artificial sweetener.
REUTERS: While employment numbers are on the up and up, the average level of compensation continues to drop.
BLOOMBERG: Several large banks lack the capital to avoid similar financial strife as was the case in 2008.
CS MONITOR: The move is expected to help with efficiency during the franticly busy buying season.