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Week at a glance: All stories

6:24pm: For the first time ever, Facebook had one billion users on its site Monday. More
4:50pm: Fifth ranking woman departs Al Jazeera America in recent months. More
3:38pm: Rectangles rejoice! You can now post landscape and portrait images on Instagram. More
2:56pm: If you're a DirecTV customer, Sprint will give you a year's worth of cell phone service for free. More
2:33pm: Donald Trump finally gives more detail on his economic plans. More
1:09pm: Stephen Colbert told Time Magazine that his new "Late Show" has a planned series about finding the true Colbert. More
12:55pm: Mining companies are cutting jobs as China's economic slowdown causes prices to tumble. More
12:46pm: Apple's fall event date will be Wednesday September 9. The company is expected to unveil its newest iPhones and possibly iPads. More
12:25pm: In a sign of an emerging trend, former Clinton aide Chris Lehane heads to Airbnb. More
12:10pm: Tyson Foods hit with new allegation of supplier abusing chickens. More
12:03pm: Ricky Martin came to the defense of Mexican journalist Jorge Ramos in an op-ed against Donald Trump. More
12:01pm: A new device that pugs into iPads and iPhones will let mobile and non-traditional retailers accept Apple Pay payments. More
11:39am: Gap retailer workers no longer have to be on call when they're not working. More
11:28am: To work for the world's biggest search engine, you have to know what to search for -- naturally. More
11:09am: Central bankers are swooping to the rescue of shaky economies, soothing investor panic for now but highlighting a global addiction to easy money. More
11:02am: John Sculley's Obi Worldphone will begin selling two new Android smartphones in October. More
10:43am: After watching many of its workers cross the border into the U.S., one Mexican company has been working hard to keep its workers in Mexico by making the American Dream come true for them right in its own backyard. More
10:25am: Western investors have thrown Ukraine a financial lifeline worth $3.6 billion by agreeing to write off some debt and delay bond repayments. More
10:23am: Smartphones are expensive. So using the one your employer gives you can save a lot of money. But in exchange you may be forfeiting control and privacy. More
10:16am: The U.S. stock market continued to rebound Thursday morning after days of volatility. More
9:59am: Reacting emotionally to wild stock market swings could do your retirement savings more harm than good. More
9:15am: Two tabloid newspapers printed close-up images from a gunman's execution video on their front pages, immediately provoking condemnation from other journalists and public figures. More
8:39am: The U.S. economy grew by 3.7% between April and June, higher than the first government estimate. More
8:35am: A class action lawsuit settlement will give StarKist customers the right to chose between cash and tuna fish as payment. More
8:09am: Microsoft says Windows 10 has been downloaded 75 million times in a month. More
7:19am: Broken light bulb leads to glass fragments in bread and a recall of bread in 11 states. More
7:01am: The new Tesla Model S P85D scored so high in the magazine's tests that the scoring system had to be adjusted. More
5:08am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:55am: Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin has agreed to pay $650 million for World Triathlon Corporation, the latest expansion of his growing sports holdings. More
10:02pm: Asia markets opened higher on Thursday as investors joined a global stocks rebound. More
9:07pm: The Univision network's top executive released a staunch defense of Jorge Ramos on Wednesday night, 24 hours after the anchorman tangled with Donald Trump at a nationally televised press conference. More
8:11pm: In the latest sign of MSNBC's reinvention, polarizing talk show host Al Sharpton is moving from a prime five-day-a-week show to once-a-week. More
7:39pm: RadioShack agreed to refund in full all of the $46 million worth of outstanding gift cards. More
6:44pm: Six months after announcing it will expand paid parental leave, the consulting firm Accenture boosts benefits to relieve the pressures on parents who travel a lot for business. More
5:41pm: The federal agency that oversees worker safety estimates 2 million Americans a year are victims of some form of workplace violence. More
5:29pm: A woman who spent three months in jail for involuntary manslaughter had her conviction overturned after her lawyers argued her accident was caused by GM's flawed ignition switch. More
5:18pm: A look at the way in which the shooting of a reporter and cameraman was covered across different media platforms. More
5:17pm: China's economic slowdown is hurting companies and countries in direct and indirect ways. It's a sign of how big the spillover is. More
5:08pm: There's another digital assistant for hire. Facebook announced M, an artificial-intelligence powered assistant programmed to do your bidding. More
5:01pm: Angry Birds maker cutting up to 39% of its staff as it shrinks its business to focus on gaming. More
4:48pm: Internet access is notoriously slow during flights, but the FAA gave Gogo approval this week for technology that will allow inflight Wi-Fi speeds that are better than most consumer broadband speeds on the ground. More
3:57pm: Walmart said it will continue to sell hunting rifles, but not military-style rifles. More
3:52pm: Many Twitter and Facebook users unwillingly witnessed the horrifying murder of two journalists today as a result of the sites' autoplay video functionality. More
2:38pm: A lawsuit says keyless ignitions are to blame for deaths of people who accidentally left cars running in their garages. More
1:07pm: The enormous losses reflect the deep fears about the health of the global economy amid China's slowdown. More
12:51pm: Alison Parker and Adam Ward are the first members of the news media killed while on assignment in the United States in almost a decade. More
12:48pm: Here's how WDBJ reported the news of the on air shooting of two of its colleagues. More
12:21pm: Facebook and Twitter took action on Wednesday after suspected Virginia shooter posted videos of himself killing two TV journalists. More
11:45am: Where you live plays a part in how much of a raise and bonus you'll get relative to the rest of the country. If you work in the nation's capital or in Dallas or Houston, you may be in luck next year, according to a new survey by human capital consulting firm Aon Hewitt. More
11:41am: Airbnb will start collecting tourist taxes in Paris but visitors shouldn't be hit with a bigger bill. More
11:34am: After fears that China's economic slowdown has worsened and global stock markets have nosedived, a rate hike appears "less compelling," said New York Fed President William Dudley. More
10:26am: You don't have to be an engineering major at an elite college to get a good paying job. Check out associate's degrees in management information systems, construction management or economics. More
10:24am: Russia has banned more Western products, this time barring detergents and soaps made by global brands such as Procter & Gamble. More
10:08am: What's happening in China's stock market is worrisome. But many economists say it's too soon to panic. More
10:07am: How do you run a successful crowdfunding campaign? Indiegogo's CEO Slava Rubin offers his top tips and mistakes to avoid. More
9:59am: The Dow raced 600 points higher on Wednesday, logging its biggest point gain since the 2008 financial crisis. More
9:55am: Burger King extends an olive branch to McDonald's for Peace Day, in the form of a burger collaboration. But McDonald's CEO isn't buying it. More
7:29am: America's stock market isn't anywhere near a bear market. More
7:15am: Jesus Larios never tried hard in high school -- until he realized that he didn't want to end up working in low-paying, dead-end jobs just like everyone else he knew. More
6:57am: The testy Q&A between Univision's Jorge Ramos and Donald Trump has the political and media worlds buzzing. More
6:37am: The pace of home sales is starting to slow in markets throughout the country, according to a new report from Trulia. More
5:19am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:02am: Global stocks have been on one hell of a ride in recent days, and everyone is looking for a scapegoat. More
10:14pm: China stocks bounced between gains and losses on Wednesday as investors reacted to a new round of stimulus measures from the central government. More
7:41pm: A 1794 Silver Dollar coin is expected to sell for between $3 million and $5 million. It's considered the first American dollar, and one of only 150 known to exist will be auctioned off next month. More
7:38pm: Univision reporter Jorge Ramos removed from Donald Trump news conference. More
6:19pm: The war of words between Donald Trump and Fox News goes back to the first GOP debate. More
6:10pm: Comcast is planning to upgrade part of its cable network to support Internet speeds that are faster than 1 Gigabit per second. More
5:39pm: On Monday shares of GE mysteriously suffered their biggest decline since Black Monday of 1987 More
5:25pm: Disgraced Subway spokesman Jared Fogle promised to spend $1 million a year fighting childhood obesity but his charity fell far short of that. More
4:53pm: The vegan mayonnaise substitute can't call itself "mayo" unless it contains eggs. More
3:26pm: Joy Behar is coming back to ABC's "The View." More
3:01pm: SEC and DOJ charge three suspects including a former JPMorgan analyst with profiting off secret info about pending mergers. More
2:00pm: "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" has seen a big drop since Jon Stewart signed off "The Daily Show." More
1:34pm: China's stock market crash has pushed some of the world's key markets into the bear market. Here are nine of them. More
1:29pm: Suits filed in U.S. federal court by Ashley Madison clients identified them only as 'John Doe' and 'Jane Doe.' More
1:09pm: Most investors aren't worried about stocks right now. They need to remember all the gains from the past 6 years. More
12:41pm: MyFamilyBuilders launches a Kickstarter campaign for its toy kit that lets kids build multiracial, LGBT or traditional families while learning about other family makeups. More
12:10pm: The Dow fell 588 points on Monday. The stock market's poor performance could be creating buying opportunities -- though there's still bad bets out there too, experts say. More
12:08pm: The Sensel Morph is a new kind of input device aimed at Makers, artists and anyone with a 3D printer. More
11:48am: Fox News issued a blistering response on Tuesday to Donald Trump's latest round of attacks against prime time host Megyn Kelly. More
9:41am: A 442-point surge for the Dow vanished at the end of the trading session late Tuesday, the latest sign of how jittery markets have become about the health of the global economy. More
9:35am: Uncertainty helped fuel China's stocks crash: Beijing could be much more open about what's going on in its markets and economy. More
8:20am: National Rifle Association and National Shooting Sports Foundation say Seattle gun tax violates Washington state law. More
7:18am: Foreign automakers such as Volkswagen and Ford are bracing themselves for declining sales as China's economy slumps. More
6:54am: China's central bank has launched new stimulus measures designed to support the country's flagging economy as stocks continue to crash. More
6:51am: Ouch! Chinese mogul Wang Jianlin, Asia's richest man, has lost around $13 billion in China's stock market rout. More
5:02am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
10:19pm: Audra Anderson is a surrogate mother who has carried two children for a gay couple from China. More
9:55pm: China stocks opened sharply lower on Tuesday, extending a selloff that has unnerved investors around the globe. More
6:59pm: Ferguson residents have one less thing to worry about: Thanks to a new court order, they will no longer face time behind bars if they can't afford tickets for minor offenses. More
5:58pm: The selling on Wall Street was so dramatic Monday that it triggered unprecedented emergency freezes on stocks. More
5:57pm: AMC's zombie companion series, "Fear The Walking Dead," brings in 10.1 million viewers. More
5:37pm: Markets have been wildly volatile Monday. For clues about where investors' minds are at, here's a breakdown of the ten most heavily-traded stocks of the day. More
5:33pm: Security expert Troy Hunt explains why you should ignore blackmailers, consider using a new email address and stay away from suspicious links. More
5:31pm: The stock market sold off Monday, but some traders were hunting for bargains. More
5:01pm: Toronto Police are investigating two suicides they say may be linked to the massive Ashley Madison hack. More
4:10pm: Cox Media's Rare Magazine is looking for a reporter like the infamous journalist from Netflix's "House of Cards." More
3:59pm: While visiting the U.S., Pope Francis will ride a specially modified Jeep Wrangler SUV. More
2:36pm: Customers at TDAmeritrade and Scottrade reported having trouble logging into their accounts. More
1:50pm: Chipotle wants to bring on 4,000 new staff members in a single day next month. More
1:40pm: If you have money in the stock market, relax. People who stay calm make money. More
1:37pm: With oil prices plunging, gas should fall to $2 a gallon at most stations this fall. More
1:34pm: Denver City Council wants to know whether Chick-fil-A will respect gay marriage. More
1:06pm: After a September rate hike looked nearly certain earlier this summer, August's market plunge has greatly lowered the odds. More
1:02pm: Investors pulled nearly one trillion dollars out of the 19 biggest emerging markets in the last 13 months, double the amount that fled during the global financial crisis. More
1:02pm: "Empire," the breakout Fox hit, will be official sponsored by Pepsi and Lincoln this season. More
1:01pm: Vanguard's website was briefly down for those who went online to check on their portfolios Monday morning, when the stock market took an epic 1,000-point dive. More
11:25am: Apple is helping to upgrade broadband access in public schools. CEO Tim Cook says diversity is the key to a strong corporate America. More
11:02am: Stephen Colbert debuts his new "Late Show" on September 8. Here's who his first guests will be. More
10:51am: It's an ugly day for stocks, but it's hardly the worst day ever. More
9:56am: Apple shares go on wild ride after CEO says it continues to enjoy growth in China. More
9:43am: America's stock market is getting rocked as fears about China's economic turbulence mount. More
9:27am: A plunge in stocks has investors scared, but the economy today is much better than it was during the 2008 meltdown. More
8:11am: Former 'Daily Show' host, Jon Stewart, came out of retirement to host WWE's "SummerSlam" on Sunday night. More
7:12am: The world still has too much oil. That's why oil prices broke just below $39 a barrel. More
6:44am: Ashley Madison hackers have released documents on millions of users. The company is now in full damage control mode. Here's what you need to know in 2 minutes. More
6:34am: Donald Trump is promising tariffs to stop Mexican car exports to U.S. But U.S. industry is doing fine without it. More
5:27am: Don't hit the panic button over China's financial turmoil just yet -- Beijing still has a few tricks up its sleeve. More
5:20am: Traders screen around the world are covered in red on Monday. Here are five things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York. More
11:17pm: Wealthy Chinese couples unable to have children are hiring American women as surrogate mothers, fueling a lucrative cottage industry that spans two continents. More
11:08pm: Who would media mogul Rupert Murdoch like to see on the ballot in 2016? Apparently Michael Bloomberg. More
10:21pm: Asian markets suffered major losses on Monday, extending a sell off that has touched nearly every corner of the globe. More
8:26pm: Toms Shoes CEO and founder Blake Mycoskie says federal law should require paid time off for new parents, and workers shouldn't be afraid to take advantage of it. More
6:38pm: Since the first Republican presidential debate, Donald Trump has received more attention on the nightly news than his 16 rivals ? combined ? according to CNN's analysis. More
12:57pm: Apple is recalling some iPhone 6 Plus smartphones because they have a defective camera that may take fuzzy pictures. More
11:15am: The iconic music and culture magazine is planning to feature Trump on the cover of its next issue, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter. More
7:20pm: Donald Trump, presidential candidate and media critic, says Politico goes out of its way "to distort truth." More
3:13pm: The last time AMC premiered a prequel, the result was a new cable television ratings record. Can the channel do it again with "Fear the Walking Dead?" More
1:10pm: Michael Jordan announced he would donate the millions he was awarded by a jury in a lawsuit over his likeness. More
12:12pm: Global financial markets are all in the red this week as China, oil and the Fed's uncertainty fuel investors' concerns. More
12:02pm: Derek Thompson, senior editor of The Atlantic, talks with CNN's Fareed Zakaria about the replacement of large swaths of U.S. workers by technology and what we might learn from Youngstown, Ohio, a once-thriving steel town where full-time jobs are now hard to come by. More
11:28am: CNNMoney has identified multiple Assistant U.S. Attorneys among Ashley Madison's users, along with an IT specialist for the Department of Homeland Security, a trial attorney for the Department of Justice, and other government workers with sensitive positions. More
11:00am: The CEO and President of Walmart pledged $25 million to global disaster response efforts. More
6:28pm: The "Tonight Show" host, Jimmy Fallon, took a selfie from the dentist chair on Friday. More
5:56pm: Trustify -- a startup that connects users with private investigators -- has seen a major spike in business this week. It has Ashley Madison's hackers to thank. More
5:37pm: Extortionists are already capitalizing on the massive data dump that left 32 million Ashley Madison users exposed. More
5:18pm: The details leaked in the Ashley Madison hack have already ruined many people's lives. More
4:51pm: The ACLU ran several ads encouraging mistreated Amazon workers to contact them for a possible suit against the online retailer. More
3:00pm: The popular game Everquest will start sending players who break rules to a 'prison server' permanently. More
2:51pm: It's unclear if Regal Cinemas, one of the biggest movie theater chains in the country, will check your bag at the movies. More
2:13pm: Ashley Madison is trying to stop the spread of its leaked data online by issuing copyright takedown notices. More
1:58pm: Apple and Disney stocks are down almost 20%. Starbucks, Facebook and Amazon are down over 10%. More
1:31pm: While many LGBT couples thought that June's Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage would have also applied to Social Security benefits, that was unclear ... until now. More
1:17pm: The world still has too much oil. That's why crude broke just below $40 a barrel. More
1:17pm: Ashley Madison might not be able to survive fleeing customers, embarrassing leaks and inevitable lawsuits. More
12:43pm: Flamethrowers are made in Warren, Mich., but city council is considering a ban. More
12:27pm: The Green Bay Packers is committing $65 million to a new development, which is planned for 34 acres of land near Lambeau Field. More
11:52am: China's economy isn't growing at 7% like the government says. More
11:25am: Netflix shares have more than doubled this year. But this week has been absolutely brutal for the stock. More
11:23am: Dustin Moskovitz says the tech industry needs to reevaluate its work culture. More
11:19am: Global financial markets are all in the red this week as China, oil and the Fed's uncertainty fuel investors' concerns. More
10:36am: Pro-immigration reform group founded by Zuckerberg calls Trump deportation plan 'absurd.' More
10:33am: The power of Apple's cash hoard, cash flow, and an aggressive share repurchase program. More
10:07am: Law firms contribute an average of $11,023 annually to each employee with a 401(k) plan. More
9:48am: Blue Chip oil stocks have been known to possess management teams that are financially prudent, and shareholder friendly. This is why companies such as Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and ExxonMobil, have garnered much attention in the investment community. More
9:25am: Spotify's new privacy policy lets the streaming music service scan your phone and track your location. More
9:13am: Corporations have been clamoring to sign up for Airbnb's new business travel service as they seek alternatives to traditional hotels. More
8:20am: Residents of a new luxury apartment development in London are being promised use of a transparent aquarium-like swimming pool floating 10 stories above the ground. More
8:12am: Pedro Freyre and Augusto Maxwell are leading a small legal team that's quickly bridging the gap between Corporate America and the Cuban government. More
7:52am: Samsung wants iPhone customers to test drive its latest Galaxy phones for a month. More
5:07am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:12am: China's beleaguered stock market endured yet another sell off on Friday, shedding 4% to wipe away the remaining gains from a dramatic market rescue launched by Beijing in early July. More