Washington Post: Only 17.8% of people receiving public mental health services were employed in 2012—down for 23% in 2003.
Forbes: Advertising is paid media, public relations is earned media.
NYT: C. Ray Nagin was sentenced on federal corruption charges.
Bloomberg: Gold gained 9.5% this year amid escalating hostilities in Ukraine and Iraq.
WSJ: This year Wal-Mart plans to open more smaller grocery and convenience-type stores than supercenters.
WSJ: The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecasts that overall food prices will increase 2.5% to 3.5% this year, compared to 1.4% in 2013.
Forbes: The Transportation Security Administration will now ask overseas passengers to power on their electronic devices, and powerless devices will not be permitted on planes.
NYT: Tim Draper, who won the government auction of nearly 30,000 Bitcoins, intends to make the coins available for use in emerging markets.
CNN: A process hailed as a fast, inexpensive and uncontroversial way to produce stem cells has been retracted.
WSJ: Kroger Co. plans to purchase Vitacost.com Inc. for $280 million.
NYT: Google announced it purchased Songza, a three-year-old app that rivals Pandora.
Forbes: The automaker is recalling another 7 million vehicles, with some dating all the way back to 1997.
CNN: Tinder, the popular hookup and dating app, is being sued for sexual harassment and sex discrimination.