WASHINGTON POST: The federal agency cited a lack of funds for its unexpected change of course.
CNBC: Both companies are seeking to cut costs in 2015.
FORBES: The European Union's currency is now the lowest its been against the dollar since 2006.
CNBC: The agriculture giant's fall was not as sharp as some analysts predicted.
NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO: American manufacturers hurt in export market by strong currency.
NEW YORK TIMES: For $20 a month, consumers can use a web-based TV service called Sling TV that includes ESPN and other cable networks.
PUGET SOUND BUSINESS JOURNAL: CEO Sataya Nadella told Jesse Jackson in December that he planned to reveal the company's Equal Employment Opportunity data.
THE DENVER POST: The state attorney general requested permission for Colorado's institutions of higher learning to experiment with the substance.
NPR: The single-serve coffee makers can spurt hot water and burn consumers, the company warned.
NEW YORK TIMES: Strong consumer and business spending spurred the growth.
BLOOMBERG: For the first time, more than 60 million cars have been recalled this year.
BLOOMBERG: The studio's CEO said that "The Interview" could be available through video on demand or streaming services.
BLOOMBERG: Washington legislators turned down $1.25 billion in federal money, creating a tenuous future for a bridge regarded as one of the country's deadliest.