Match Group, parent of Match.com and Tinder, has set a range for its planned IPO: $12 to $14 a share for 33.3 million shares. Pricing at the top would raise more than $466 million. (AP)
Bonuses on Wall Street are expected to fall as much as 10 percent in 2015, according to a new report, the first year since 2011 that compensation for the industry as a whole is expected to drop. (NY Times)
Volkswagen plans to announce as early as today a new sales initiative in the U.S. to rebuild trust. Meanwhile, U.S. regulators are expanding on-the-road emissions tests. (IB Times & NY Times)
Pinterest plans to introduce technology today to let users search its site without using text. The new tool allows a user to highlight an object in a photo and do a visual search. (WSJ-subscription)
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seek to mend their fractured relationship, when they meet at the White House today, the first sit-down in more than a year. (AP)
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson continued to defend his recollection of his past on NBC's "Meet the Press," as questions about his biographical discrepancies mount. (NBC News)
Donald Trump lifted NBC's "Saturday Night Live" to its best ratings in nearly four years this weekend but not the kind of record-breaking numbers he's helped draw to the Republican debates.