DAILY MAIL: A good general rule is to not do what Time Warner Cable did when asking a departing customer to reconsider a request she never made.
CNNMONEY: Berkshire Hathaway announced Friday its purchase of motorcycle gear company Devlet Louis Motorrad.
BLOOMBERG: Sneaker company's board begins its hunt for a successor to Herbert Hainer.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled in favor of Jacqueline Cote for being "treated differently and denied benefits because of sex."
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Five-year-low gas prices have not pumped up the economy the way some analysts predicted.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Mild temperatures have been the norm in the Northwest, while the Northeast is pounded by a winter storm.
USA TODAY: Store in UK advertised an event for members of the "Krispy Kreme Klub," which a company spokesman said was unintentional.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Compensation expert Kenneth Feinberg's number continues to rise to the dismay of the car company.
USA TODAY: The White House has already issued a statement saying the Justice Department would appeal the judge's decision to allow the deportations of millions of undocumented immigrants.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The cybercriminals have been active since at least the end of 2013, a cybersecurity report says.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The government says citizens can use drones -- just with restrictions.
WASHINGTON POST: Between medical and recreational marijuana, pot generated $63 million in tax revenue for the state.
FORTUNE: American Express saw its market value drop more than $5 billion after Costco said it would not remain in a partnership with the credit card company.