The Chinese online messaging company, Weibo, had a strong start in its Nasdaq debut, showing that investor appetite for Chinese tech IPOs remains strong, setting the stage for Alibaba’s highly anticipated debut. Lily Jamali reports.
Summary: The S&P 500 roars back with its best weekly gain since July, while the Nasdaq snaps a three-week slump aided by upbeat earnings from Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and General Electric. Conway G. Gittens reports.
"I don't think we can count on anything" - Obama on Ukraine agreement
U.S. President Obama said "I don't think we can count on anything" after U.S., Russia, Ukraine and EU together called for an immediate halt to violence in Ukraine. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Shia LaBeouf is repeatedly punched in the head by a shirtless man in a Vancouver street in astonishing scenes caught on video. It is unclear what started the attack in the video obtained by celebrity website TMZ.com, which begins with LaBeouf already on the ground. TMZ reports LaBeouf and the man were both kicked out of the Cinema Public House bar by security after an incident, before the man tore off his shirt and punched the Hollywood star. The video shows LaBeouf trying to chase after the man but being restrained by a friend who tells him, "You gotta lay low right now!" LaBeouf is in Vancouver filming his new movie "The Company You Keep"