News bites: Twitter to add button for reporting abusive tweets

Twitter plans to add a button on its service that will allow people to report abusive tweets, according to The New York Times

Time Warner Cable has agreed to keep CBS on the air in New York and other cities after the two failed to strike an agreement on fees, Reuters reports.

Sprint said its net loss expanded during the second quarter, and its revenue remained flat on its first earnings call after the SoftBank purchase, The Associated Press says.

Google and a string of startups are developing predictive search apps that know what you want to know before you do, according to The New York Times. 

CBS CEO Les Moonves said the company is experimenting with streaming deals on Netflix and Amazon for certain shows, The Wall Street Journal reports.