Week at a glance: All stories

8:17pm: Service is one of a few new initiatives the company announced Monday. More
7:29pm: Activists have changed the picture of a CoverGirl model, giving her a black eye. More
7:14pm: An uberX trip might get more expensive if they get their way More
5:49pm: Yum Brands opened its first Banh Shop in Dallas, testing out a new Southeast Asian restaurant. More
5:42pm: Miss America's ratings were awful, but the pageant blew up on Twitter. More
5:29pm: The Chinese e-commerce giant is gaining momentum for its IPO this week. Its shares are so in demand, Alibaba is increasing the starting price. More
4:56pm: AT&T has developed a software platform that can transcribe and offer near-real-time analysis on customer service calls. More
4:22pm: The UN says 805 million people world wide do not have enough to eat. But global hunger has decreased over the past 20 years. More
3:35pm: Tech stocks took a big dive Monday even as the rest of the market was relatively flat. What's going on? More
2:45pm: Morgan Stanley analyst cautions growth for Tesla shares may be slower, sending shares tumbling despite court win in battle to sell cars in Massachusetts. More
2:30pm: If you're stuck in the 1990s, you'll be glad to know Surge soda is back. But it's only available on Amazon. More
11:20am: Urban Outfitters sparked an uproar on social media after it sold a 'vintage' Kent State Sweatshirt that appears to have blood stains on it. The sweatshirt is now being sold on eBay. More
11:16am: Netflix is hoping to duplicate its U.S. streaming success in France and other European markets. But is it overvalued? More
11:06am: Ken Feinberg, the attorney overseeing a compensation fund for victims of GM cars, has so far linked 19 deaths to a serious flaw with the automaker's ignition switches. More
10:23am: Motorola's Moto X smartphone will delight you -- something you don't say about smartphones too often. More
9:48am: Microsoft has announced plans to buy Minecraft -- and its maker, Mojang -- for $2.5 billion. More
9:13am: Apple sold more iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones on their first day of sale than on any other opening day for the iPhone. More
8:46am: Hotel chain plans to put envelopes in rooms to promote guest tips for housekeepers. More
8:25am: RadioShack, which last week announced it was down to its last $30 million, says CFO has left company. More
7:52am: The middle class in a Denver suburb have a median income of $100,000. More
7:44am: Almost half of wealthy Chinese plan to emigrate in the next five years, according to a new survey by Barclays. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:06am: Heineken has rejected a takeover bid by beer giant SABMiller, becoming one of few holdouts as a spate of mergers sweep the beer industry. More
10:13pm: Alibaba is making its case to big time investors this week. There are many reasons to get in on this Chinese e-commerce juggernaut. More
7:14pm: Attorney Ken Feinberg will announce Monday how many deaths and injuries he has so far tied to General Motors' ignition switch flaw. More
11:11am: Uber isn't going head-to-head with FexEx, but it is claiming a piece of the delivery market. More
9:14am: It's game time for the Fed this week, and investors are trying to read its playbook on interest rate hikes. More
Sep 12: Tim Cook discusses Steve Jobs, Beats, iPhone 6, and TV with Charlie Rose. More
Sep 12: The brand of 'Frozen' grows as Disney World announces a ride based on the popular film More
Sep 12: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earned over $100 million over the course of five years -- more than any of the league's star players. More
Sep 12: Atlanta has the country's highest level of income inequality, but civic entrepreneurs can close the gap. Here's how. More
Sep 12: The automaker halts delivery of Corvettes to fix a problem with the driver's airbag. GM also announces a new recall of about 270,000 cars. More
Sep 12: Olive Garden is famous for its never ending pasta. But sales are falling, and one shareholder is demanding changes to make the food taste better. More
Sep 12: CBS scored huge ratings for its Thursday Night Football broadcast of the Baltimore Ravens versus the Pittsburgh Steelers amid the Ray Rice controversy. More
Sep 12: Sabbaticals aren't a commonplace perk, but taking extended time off from work to do something you've always wanted can be the best thing for a career. More
Sep 12: Jamie Dimon says he's feeling 'fine.' The chief executive of JPMorgan is recovering after eight weeks of cancer treatment, according to the Wall Street Journal. More
Sep 12: An extended time off from work can give you renewed energy for the job you have or give you time to figure out what you really want to do. Here are 8 lessons learned. More
Sep 12: Only a minority of companies offer sabbaticals. And many that do offer them unpaid. But here are 11 firms that offer them with full or partial salary plus benefits on top of any paid vacation the employee gets. More
Sep 12: They're legal residents, but H-4 visa holders are prohibited from working on U.S. soil. Here's why the U.S. is losing out on high-skilled labor. More
Sep 12: Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus caused Apple's online store to be down intermittently. More
Sep 12: The growing ranks of the super rich don't like to wait around, so Ferrari is responding by increasing production of its highly exclusive cars. More
Sep 12: More Americans are taking out 'mega loans' to go to college. It's costly, but they still say it's worth it. More
Sep 12: These are the 6 stocks Wall Street recommends buying and selling in September. More
Sep 12: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
6:29pm: Tim Cook discusses Steve Jobs, Beats, iPhone 6, and TV with Charlie Rose. More
4:55pm: The brand of 'Frozen' grows as Disney World announces a ride based on the popular film More
4:13pm: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earned over $100 million over the course of five years -- more than any of the league's star players. More
1:54pm: Atlanta has the country's highest level of income inequality, but civic entrepreneurs can close the gap. Here's how. More
12:40pm: The automaker halts delivery of Corvettes to fix a problem with the driver's airbag. GM also announces a new recall of about 270,000 cars. More
11:47am: Olive Garden is famous for its never ending pasta. But sales are falling, and one shareholder is demanding changes to make the food taste better. More
11:40am: CBS scored huge ratings for its Thursday Night Football broadcast of the Baltimore Ravens versus the Pittsburgh Steelers amid the Ray Rice controversy. More
11:18am: Sabbaticals aren't a commonplace perk, but taking extended time off from work to do something you've always wanted can be the best thing for a career. More
11:17am: Jamie Dimon says he's feeling 'fine.' The chief executive of JPMorgan is recovering after eight weeks of cancer treatment, according to the Wall Street Journal. More
11:14am: An extended time off from work can give you renewed energy for the job you have or give you time to figure out what you really want to do. Here are 8 lessons learned. More
11:11am: Only a minority of companies offer sabbaticals. And many that do offer them unpaid. But here are 11 firms that offer them with full or partial salary plus benefits on top of any paid vacation the employee gets. More
10:09am: They're legal residents, but H-4 visa holders are prohibited from working on U.S. soil. Here's why the U.S. is losing out on high-skilled labor. More
9:59am: Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus caused Apple's online store to be down intermittently. More
9:40am: The growing ranks of the super rich don't like to wait around, so Ferrari is responding by increasing production of its highly exclusive cars. More
9:14am: More Americans are taking out 'mega loans' to go to college. It's costly, but they still say it's worth it. More
7:59am: These are the 6 stocks Wall Street recommends buying and selling in September. More
5:14am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
10:09pm: Alibaba has launched a crackdown on fakes in advance of its IPO, but critics say more must be done. More
7:41pm: The public will soon get a broader glimpse at the still-secretive world of government data collection. More
7:07pm: Network news divisions have to cover news about the NFL -- while their parent companies have to protect billion-dollar investments in football. More
5:04pm: Tim Tebow will appear on "GMA," the country's highest-rated morning television show, a couple of times a month. More
4:53pm: CEO of major NFL sponsor Verizon says he's satisfied with steps taken by the league in the Ray Rice domestic abuse controversy. More
4:07pm: There are many reasons why people stay in abusive relationships, but one that makes it especially difficult for victims to leave is money. More
4:07pm: NFL raked in $10.5 billion last year and that number is going to climb higher every year even as the Ray Rice controversy swirls. More
3:42pm: AMC, which telecasts "The Walking Dead," is interested in seeing "what we can do with expanding that world" More
2:11pm: The new law could impact 6.5 million workers, making it the most widespread paid sick day law in the nation. More
1:45pm: Scotch Whisky makers are concerned about the risks posed by Scottish independence. But they aren't prepared to relocate if the nation votes for independence from the United Kingdom. More
1:39pm: ISIS is striking fear in the hearts of millions around the world, but it's not even making investors flinch. More
1:01pm: John Sims, head of BlackBerry's enterprise division, says the company needs to narrow its focus going forward to business customers. More
12:02pm: Sales are down and the chain's cool factor has fizzled, but the new CEO has a plan to turn things around. More
10:48am: Namaste! Lululemon is doing its best to put the yoga pants recall controversy behind it. The stock surged on solid results. But the company faces tough competition. More
10:32am: Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, and Martin Heinrich, Democrat of New Mexico, pitched the "Rival Survival" idea to Discovery More
9:22am: Just because the federal government now recognizes same-sex marriages doesn't mean that all federal employees are receiving the same benefits. More
7:40am: Jordan Belfort has paid back a fraction of the $110 million he swindled out of victims. He's now on a speaking tour. More
7:34am: Scotland stands to lose the heart of its financial services industry if it votes in favor of independence from the United Kingdom. More
7:18am: Troubled electronics retailer says it is actively exploring ways to raise cash as sales plunge, losses mount. More
4:43am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:31am: Scheduled foreclosure auctions rose in August for the first time in nearly four years. More
9:40pm: These 3 simple charts explain why Wall Street is going nuts over this Chinese e-commerce giant. More
5:23pm: The beleaguered Veterans Affairs department is launching a major recruitment campaign to bring aboard legions of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals. More
5:19pm: Student loan debt among seniors has shot up by more than 600% since 2005, according to a new government report. More
4:32pm: McDonald's files paperwork to trademark 'McBrunch,' but the fast food chain won't say what it might do with the concept. More
3:56pm: An online petition asking Starbucks to reverse its position on visible ink has collected 21,000 signatures. More
3:54pm: Floyd Mayweather Jr., the nation's top paid athlete, will make more than $40 million this weekend despite fresh domestic abuse charges. More
3:12pm: 5 million Gmail usernames and passwords appeared on an online forum Wednesday. More
1:57pm: Apple is revolutionizing the mobile payment business. That has investors in PayPal parent eBay nervous. But is the sell-off an overreaction? More
1:41pm: The new iPhone 6 comes in two sizes - the standard version has a 4.7" screen and the iPhone 6 Plus features a 5.5" screen. More
12:31pm: ApplePay is a safer, better way to pay. Let's see if wireless, tap-to-pay at checkout finally catches on. More
12:30pm: A week before Scotland votes on whether to split from the United Kingdom, a furious row has erupted over just how much oil the new state would have. More
12:23pm: Student loan debt has increased 84% to $1.2 trillion since 2008, with a record number of Americans now carrying at least one student loan, according to new analysis from credit bureau Experian. More
12:09pm: Experts say the nascent "Internet of Things" will require upgraded 5G networks from wireless carriers by 2020. More
12:03pm: Olive Garden says its Never Ending Pasta Pass is non-transferable. The restaurant chain is working with eBay to ensure that buyers and sellers understand the terms. More
11:59am: Ning Wang and his wife Ting Qian bought 100 shares of Apple stock in the late 1990s and never looked back. More
11:36am: Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Women Initiative has helped female entrepreneurs increase revenue and grow their business. But women still don't apply for outside funding, with costly results. More
10:54am: Krispy Kreme's profits were not tasty. But sales were higher. Can the new CEO get Krispy Kreme back in the good graces of Wall Street? More
10:00am: Workers are shelling out more for premiums, deductibles, doctor visits and drugs as employer health insurance costs rise. More
9:59am: Wireless carriers are jockeying for position to offer the best deals for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. More
7:22am: Dollar General says it will take its bid to buy rival Family Dollar directly to its shareholders. More
5:28am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:59am: The fallout from a food scandal in China is becoming a major problem for McDonald's. More
12:08am: Like the country's famed Tango shows, Argentina's stock market is hot More
8:10pm: In an unusual move, Verizon Wireless announced Tuesday it would give away one of the phones Apple revealed earlier in the afternoon. More
5:27pm: Maybe that half-finished English Ph.D. isn't as useless as you think. More
5:24pm: If you work, you count on being able to take time off if you get sick or need to care for someone who is. But in the U.S., there's no guarantee your company will allow that. More
5:15pm: Apple's iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch and Apple Pay announcements were the most impressive that the company has made in years. More
4:38pm: FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says the agency is skeptical of further consolidation in the wireless industry. More
4:38pm: Buffalo Bills sell for a record price for the NFL, even though it ranks as one of the least valuable teams in the league. More
4:01pm: Did ABC win its interview with the CEO of Apple through journalistic hustle or corporate connections? ABC says it was hustle. More
3:52pm: Streaming video site Pluto.TV launched a dedicated NY Fashion Week channel -- and users are watching it three times as long as the site's average channel. More
3:18pm: NBA commissioner opens the door to ending long-standing opposition if states legalize sports betting. More
3:09pm: Apple investors were thrilled at first to see a new product line with the Apple Watch and mobile wallet Apple Pay. Oh yeah, there were new iPhones too. And then the stock fell. More
2:47pm: Ivies League colleges and private universities continue domination of national higher education rankings. More
2:11pm: Politico, the Beltway-based political news site, is expanding into Europe through a partnership with Axel Springer SE. More
12:32pm: Only 14% of US families own stocks directly, according to the latest data from the Federal Reserve. More
12:14pm: David Muir's tenure as the anchor of "World News" is starting on a winning note. More
11:54am: Facebook may not be getting as much attention as Apple or Alibaba, but the company is now worth more than IBM, Coke and AT&T. More
11:32am: Good news for job seekers: there are more positions open and employers are hiring more. More
11:24am: Another controversy about racially insensitive remarks prompts Hawks' owner to put his stake up for sale, but don't expect it to fetch the $2 billion that the Sterling family got for Clippers. More
11:21am: After being suspended indefinitely from the NFL for domestic abuse, Ray Rice will be removed from the Madden NFL video game roster Friday. More
10:35am: Apple unveiled a pair of larger iPhones, the Apple Watch smartwatch and the ApplePay payments platform at an event Tuesday. More
9:27am: Alibaba is hurtling towards a massive IPO that could be the biggest in history. But what does the company do? More
8:56am: Trump Taj Mahal is second casino named for, but not owned, by Donald Trump More
8:03am: A Scottish divorce would end a 307-year union with England and have far reaching consequences for the economy, currency, banks and industry. More
4:54am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More