(CBS) - In Business News, Two Titans in the tech world are teaming up to help bring high speed broadband to every school in the U.S.
Microsoft's Bill Gates and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg have contributed a combined $9 million dollars from their respective foundations to a Non-for-profit group that is working to improve connectivity in schools.
The White House hopes to have 99 percent of students connected to super fast Internet within 5 years.
(CBS) - Start the presses, "Newsweek" is going back into print.
Paper copies of "Newsweek" will begin rolling off the presses next year.
The magazine stopped publishing print editions a year ago.
But now, the weekly printed version will be paid for by subscription fees instead of advertising.
Newsweek's editor expects the magazine will cost less than $10 dollars per issue.
(CBS) - The newly designed Ford Mustang will make its debut today.
Ford motor company is introducing the platform ahead of Mustang's 50th anniversary.
The new design touts more power, better fuel efficiency and for the first since the 1980s, an available four cylinder engine.
The Mustang GT will still have a 5.0-liter V8 engine, but with more power than the current version.
A V6 engine version is also being offered for price-conscious buyers.