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Week at a glance: All stories

3:28am: Many credit card companies and banks ban their customers from filing class action lawsuits, but you'd have to read the fine print to find out. More
1:31am: ABC Family will take the moniker "Freeform" in January 2016 More
1:14am: Japan might be holding off on stimulus for now, but economists expect policies to change by the end of the month. More
12:36am: Jay Leno returned to "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday night surprising Jimmy Fallon's monologue. More
12:34am: The New York attorney general has started an inquiry into allegations that employees of fantasy sports companies used inside information to win major payouts. More
11:20pm: Conservative media entrepreneur Matt drudge gave a rare interview Tuesday More
7:52pm: High-tech TV's in California can still spy on you, but the state is outlawing companies from tailoring advertisements based on the TV's eavesdropping. More
7:11pm: Fox News says there is no need for a meeting with Donald Trump, despite his recent threat to boycott the network. More
4:56pm: Yum Brands, the fast food holding company behind KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, dove 16% during extended trading. More
4:18pm: DraftKings ads pulled from ESPN after allegations of insider betting. More
4:09pm: Most people have heard of fantasy sports, and millions play it. But not everyone really understands exactly what it is. Here's the breakdown. More
3:45pm: The city council of the District of Columbia is weighing a new proposal that would mandate up to 16 weeks of paid family leave for family bonding or a serious personal or family medical issue. More
3:37pm: U.S. oil production declined last month to the lowest level in a year due to depressed prices, according to the Energy Information Administration. More
3:31pm: A renewed deal between Hulu and Viacom on Tuesday will bring some of Viacom's most popular children's shows to the streaming service. More
2:34pm: Pepsi reported a $1.4 billion loss in its business in Venezuela during the company's third quarter. Its profits were down 73% from the same time a year ago. More
1:46pm: Chris Hayes has been cited as a likely target for cuts by MSNBC as it revamps, but so far he has survived and even won an Emmy. More
1:15pm: Reddit launched a new site called Upvoted on Tuesday to focus on the "back story" of its users. More
1:12pm: Jay Leno, the former "Tonight Show" host explained why he didn't appear with David Letterman during the host's final run in May. More
12:58pm: A week after membership rejected tentative deal, UAW notifies Fiat Chrysler that it is ready to have 40,000 members go on strike. More
12:46pm: Europe's top court has delivered a bombshell ruling that will force thousands of U.S. companies to change the way they handle personal data. More
12:45pm: Ben Bernanke's memoir, The Courage to Act, published Monday and there's a few things you might not know about one of the world's (former) most powerful people in the world. More
12:44pm: Staffers vote 32-5 to join the NewsGuild of New York. More
12:28pm: For years, Microsoft has said that its Surface tablets would replace traditional laptops, but Tuesday it announced its first ever laptop: the Surface Book. More
12:19pm: A supervisor at a fiberglass factory won the state's Powerball jackpot of $310.5 million. More
11:41am: The Federal Aviation Administration set to fine drone operator $1.9 million for illegal flights in major U.S. cities. More
11:33am: Volkswagen says it can't quantify the financial damage of its diesel emissions scandal yet and is warning staff of very tough times ahead. More
11:19am: Much has been made of Donald Trump's recent boycotts of Fox News, but another Republican presidential contender has been quietly shunning CNN. More
11:17am: The men behind the new Steve Jobs film -- writer Aaron Sorkin and director Danny Boyle -- spoke about the soon-to-be released biopic. More
10:47am: Bill Gross thinks the very existence of capitalism is threatened by the Federal Reserve's zero-rate policies. More
10:02am: Fans are putting up money and hoping to win big prizes based on the outcome of sporting events. Why isn't this an illegal form of sports gambling? More
10:00am: The IMF expects the global economy will grow by just 3.1% this year, less than previously thought and the weakest rate of expansion since 2009. More
9:11am: A new Twitter feature called Moments lets users follow editor-curated events from start to finish. More
8:54am: French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has described the attack on two Air France executives as criminal, and said it hurt the country's image around the world. More
8:11am: BP has agreed to pay more than $20 billion to settle the final major legal claims arising from the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010. More
8:05am: Silk Road: U.S. Marshalls to auction $10.6 million of bitcoins confiscated from Dread Pirate Roberts. More
7:37am: Investors are getting increasingly nervous that talk of a massive 'Bud-Miller' beer merger will come to nothing. More
5:03am: The European Court of Justice has ruled that Facebook and others can't simply hand over data to U.S. authorities, by declaring a crucial agreement between the U.S. and EU invalid. More
5:00am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:10am: Not excited about wasting hours to cancel your Comcast contract? Outsource it for $5! More
1:23am: Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands are three of the world's biggest tax havens, according to a report from Citizens for Tax Justice and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group. More
1:07am: McDonald's is making big changes to try to boost stagnant sales. The boldest move yet starts Tuesday: all-day breakfast at more than 14,300 restaurants in the U.S. More
10:26pm: A joint statement from DraftKings and FanDuel on Monday responded to concerns their workers can misuse inside information. More
10:00pm: Fears over China's economy have sent global investors into a panic, but they haven't raised the heart rate of Japan's richest man. More
9:52pm: Abenomics, Japan's economic revival plan, is falling way short of expectations. More
7:05pm: An error on the State Department's visa bulletin gave thousands of immigrants false hope that they were moving forward with the final step of the green card process. More
5:44pm: The social network and Eutelsat are teaming up to launch a satellite that will bring Internet to sub-Saharan Africa in 2016. More
5:10pm: Conservative pundit Erick Erickson is leaving RedState, the website he founded. More
5:09pm: Jon Steinberg, who left BuzzFeed for the Daily Mail, will leave that post at the end of the year. More
4:41pm: The company has received at least two reports of illness caused by the contamination. More
4:36pm: MSNBC shifts assignments for Steve Kornacki and Alex Wagner in the latest effort to revamp the cable news channel. More
4:31pm: Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin's divorce battle entered into settlement talks on Monday as the trial gets postponed. More
4:11pm: Being an airline boss wasn't enough to stop Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden's bags from getting lost on a recent flight. More
3:54pm: Critics says it'll ship more jobs overseas, advocates say it will increase U.S. exports and good paying jobs that go with them. Here's a look at the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. More
3:48pm: Two new forms aim to make the home loan process a lot more transparent. Here's your guide on what buyers need to know. More
1:49pm: Caffeine plus peanut butter equals Steem, the hangover cure. More
12:43pm: The market is in the middle of a five-day winning streak. Of course, that follows a five-day losing streak. So volatility hasn't gone away yet. Still, bulls are optimistic. More
12:39pm: Los Angeles Times expected to suffer the brunt of Tribune's latest round of cuts. More
12:34pm: The soda that Marty McFly drank in "Back to the Future Part II" can soon be yours. More
12:15pm: If Republicans want to take the White House in 2016, they'll have to show they care about the poor, says Arthur Brooks, president of conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute. More
11:51am: Lego has broken into the world's top 100 most valuable brands for the first time. More
11:39am: Nelson Peltz is making a $2.5 billion bet on GE. But the activist investor is actually applauding GE CEO Jeff Immelt, not seeking for his ouster. More
11:31am: The number of people living in extreme poverty is set to fall to under 10% of the global population for the first time in 2015, the World Bank said. More
11:17am: Shakur's prison letters are for sale. But only a BossPlaya can afford the $225,000 price. More
11:16am: Air France executives had their shirts ripped from their backs on Monday after a company meeting revealing plans to cut thousands of jobs turned violent. More
11:09am: Gun stocks are doing better than Apple. That's how popular and profitable they are. More
9:55am: Colombia's government plans to sign a peace agreement with militia rebels in March. Peace could give a boost to those investing in the country. More
9:18am: Coke and Pepsi have been market duds this year. But Shasta maker National Beverage is surging. So is Cott, which makes private label sodas for Walmart. More
8:59am: After years of talks, negotiators for the United States and 11 other nations have reached agreement on controversial free-trade agreement. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, would make trade easier across many areas of business. More
8:21am: Disneyland annual pass with no blackout dates now costs $1,049, while top Disney World pass has gone to $829. More
8:14am: Jack Dorsey is Twitter's new CEO -- permanently. Twitter made the announcement on Monday. More
6:24am: You're paying record ATM fees More
5:16am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:59am: Embattled clothing company American Apparel has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. More
2:23am: Stephen Davis, president of Hasbro Studios, has confirmed that four more 'Transformers' films are on the way. More
1:07am: Following a major attack on the iTunes App Store last month, security researchers have warned that iPhone and iPad users in China and Taiwan are still at risk from malicious software. More
11:19pm: Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma moonlights as a painter, and his first piece just sold at auction for $5.4 million. More
10:56pm: Ladies, step aside. In South Korea, it's men that cosmetics companies are after. More
10:44pm: Ben Bernanke, the former Fed Chair, said in an interview that he wishes more Wall Street bankers went to jail following the financial crisis. More
8:09pm: What is it like to work at Zappos? A new profile from The New Republic portrays a company still in flux. More
6:48pm: There's now three stores you can buy an Apple Watch at. More
6:35pm: Peeple co-founder Julia Cordray, whose app would let users rate one another, addressed the viral backlash against her plans in a post on LinkedIn. More
1:13pm: The Matt Damon film was a huge hit with audiences and critics, and its opening weekend at the box office neared the October record. More
12:36pm: After years of talks, negotiators for the United States and 11 other nations are trying to hash out final terms of a controversial free-trade agreement. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, would make trade easier across many areas of business. More
6:39am: Smarties, a Halloween candy staple, have been around for 66 years. Three Millennial women are revolutionizing it. More
1:13am: Hillary Clinton met her "SNL" counterpart during Saturday's premiere. More
4:36pm: The stock market is in jeopardy of suffering its worst year since 2008 amid fears about China, global growth and uncertain Federal Reserve policy. More
3:02pm: Social networking site LinkedIn agreed to pay $13 million to settle a lawsuit over unwanted emails. More
11:54am: Stephen Colbert was one of many late night hosts this week who spoke about the shootings at Umpqua Community College. More
10:58am: Hillary Clinton couldn't decide which SNL alter ego she preferred ahead of her appearance on tonight's 'Saturday Night Live' premiere. More
7:05pm: The family members of shooting victims who launched a campaign called "No Notoriety," aimed at discouraging news coverage of mass murderers, are starting to feel like they're succeeding. More
6:44pm: Hitachi has built a new software system that can help predict where crimes might take place in the future. More
6:41pm: Someone is hacking unprotected WiFi routers everywhere -- and forcing them to be on guard. More
5:33pm: The NFL is the world's richest sports league and by far the most popular sport in the U.S. But it has struggled to attract overseas fans. More
5:08pm: Tesla Motors posts record third quarter sales despite one-week production shutdown due to launch of the Model X. More
4:54pm: Arianna Huffington says she will support the Huffington Post staff's effort to unionize. More
4:50pm: Princess Leia's 'Slave Bikini' was sold for $96,000 in an online auction by Profiles of History More
4:36pm: The U.S. job market slowed down in September. But it didn't count one of America's growing work forces: the on-demand economy. More
4:33pm: Shaun King, a well-known columnist and activist in Black Lives Matter movement, has been hired by the New York Daily News. More
3:57pm: FIFA President Sepp Blatter said he "will not resign" despite calls from Coca-Cola and McDonald's. Both companies called for his immediate resignation Friday. More
3:53pm: Scottrade, the stock trading service, has been hacked -- and it lost information on 4.6 million customers. More
3:42pm: Insurers requested $2.87 billion in so-called "risk corridor" payments for 2014, but will only receive $362 million, or 12.6% due to a massive funding shortfall. More
2:58pm: Hershey joins Partners in Food Solutions, founded by General Mills. More
2:51pm: Auto workers could be going on strike for the first time since 2007, ending eight years of relative labor piece which has returned automakers to profitability. More
2:32pm: Has NBC's "Today" show just started a brand-new winning streak? The network is celebrating four straight weeks of ratings wins over ABC's "Good Morning America." More
2:14pm: Farmbox Direct connects small farms with customers to deliver healthy food at an affordable price. More
1:56pm: Matt Damon's "The Martian" could possibly overtake "Gravity" for biggest October opening ever. More
1:43pm: Some Swedish companies, including a Toyota facility, are going to six hour work days and finding they have increased profits, productivity and morale. More
1:03pm: "Killing Reagan" gives Bill O'Reilly another New York Times best seller. More
12:43pm: Crossword puzzle fanatics thrilled by Wall Street Journal's new policy. More
12:26pm: Google announced Friday that it will perform its Alphabet restructuring at the end of the day. More
12:19pm: Mark Zuckerberg is being sued for fraud and breach of contract by a real estate developer. On Thursday, A judge ruled in favor of the developer and dismissed Zuckerberg's motion to dismiss the charge, moving the case closer to trial. More
11:35am: One of the coolest features of Tesla's new Model X is actually far the cooler than it even looks More
11:19am: The September jobs report is lowering the chances the Fed will raise interest rates later this year. More
11:05am: Retailer Walmart announced plans to lay off 450 employees from its headquarters in Arkansas. More
10:21am: The disappointing jobs report calls into question the health of the U.S. economy, It also raises the possibility that the Federal Reserve will have to hold off on a rate hike until next year. More
8:42am: The U.S. economy only added 142,000 jobs in September, well below expectations. The number of jobs created in July and August were revised down. More
8:23am: European police say today's criminals have gotten better than ever at using technology to hurt people -- and escape justice by hiding in the shadows. More
8:18am: Investors dumped Glencore as fast as they could earlier this week but the group's directors are pouring millions into the struggling commodities giant. More
7:56am: Staples stores will be closed on Thanksgiving. The office retailer said its 2015 holiday deals will be available in stores beginning 6 a.m. on Black Friday. More
7:52am: If the market takes a turn for the worse, some unicorns might be in trouble. A report from PitchBook pinpoints particular billion-dollar companies to watch. More
6:34am: Volkswagen's emissions scandal is going to cost the company far more than it expects, and could exceed the cost of BP's disastrous 2010 oil spill. More
5:07am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:34am: Hilton will now offer cover the cost of full-time workers to prep and take the GED tests. More
8:50pm: In a keynote speech at TAP Conference, a tech conference, Virginia Senator Mark Warner calls for policy to catch up to the growing on-demand workforce. More
7:30pm: Hillary Clinton, the leading Democratic candidate, will appear on the premiere of "SNL" on Saturday. More
6:55pm: At an investor conference on Thursday, GM announced a spending and savings plan, a handful of new projects and gave a time frame for its first automated cars. More
6:21pm: The New York Times posted five corrections to its recent profile of Donald Trump's wife. More
5:52pm: Experian lost data on 15 million T-Mobile customers. It let hackers break into its computer network. More
5:47pm: The website Atlas Obscura compiled a not-totally-comprehensive list of the American businesses with puns in their names. More
5:01pm: Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Thursday he now estimates that the debt ceiling must be raised or suspended in the next month. More
4:07pm: Hillary Clinton's latest email release includes an aide's note claiming "60 Minutes" used questions in a show that were "planted" by her staff. More
3:20pm: Hurricane Joaquin is gaining power and many are worried it will cause lots of damage. Will it make it on the list of the top 10 most expensive hurricanes in U.S. history? More
2:46pm: Amazon will ban sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast on its platform. More
2:25pm: States are giving less and less funding to public colleges, while spending on prisons keeps going up. More
2:10pm: UAW rank and file vote nearly two-to-one against deal with Fiat Chrysler struck by their leadership, leaving union's next move uncertain. More
12:44pm: Two diesel models from Volkswagen were stripped of their designations Wednesday because they were among cars the company tampered with to cheat emissions testing. More
12:37pm: Dunkin' Donuts may have expanded too aggressively. One of its franchisees is planning to close 100 stores in the United States as sales growth slumps. The stock plunged on the news. More
12:37pm: The fake Facebook privacy notice is once again spreading like wildfire. Here's why people still fall for it, over and over again. More
12:33pm: TSA says 2015 is on track to break record for passengers getting busted with guns in carry-on bags. More
12:31pm: The price of the new iPhone 6S is higher than ever before, as people opt for more storage, bigger screens and leasing deals. More
12:28pm: Volkswagen reports flat sales due to halt in sales of diesel models, but gas-powered models enjoy a double-digit increase in sales. More
12:21pm: Amazon Prime has snapped up the streaming rights to CBS summer series in 2016, 2017 and 2018. More
12:10pm: The ISM manufacturing index hit its lowest point in 2 years More
11:59am: John Oliver, the "Last Week Tonight" host, appeared with another "Daily Show" alum on Monday, Stephen Colbert. More
11:58am: There are are fewer bulls on Wall Street now than in March 2009. Is now the time to buy stocks? More
11:51am: Famed sportswriter Bill Simmons accused his former employer ESPN of being "in the bag for the NFL." More
11:14am: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the middle class feels its possibilities are slipping away. Here's his plan to do something about it. More
11:13am: A new organization of tattoo artists and enthusiasts is helping people who want to have their favorite tattoos preserved and displayed for posterity. More
11:03am: Coming soon to Microsoft Outlook: Likes and @Mentions. #why? More
10:44am: Apprenticeships have lost popularity over the years, but some argue they're the solution to bridging the job skills gap. More
10:27am: New app, Peeple, wants to let you rate the people you know -- similar to how you can rate businesses on Yelp. More
10:21am: ConAgra, a food giant that has been based in Nebraska since 1919, is laying off 1,500 workers and moving its headquarters from Omaha to Chicago. More
10:08am: The median sale price in the New York City borough continued to climb higher last quarter to flirt with the $1,000,000 mark. More
10:04am: Technology is giving teens new avenues to deliver heartbreak. Breakups are happening over text or social media. More
9:34am: Spending more than you make is bad for your finances, but other not-so-obvious money habits will hurt your long-term savings. More
9:21am: IKEA is shunning window blind cords because of strangulation risk. More
9:19am: Skype Translator is now part of the Windows Skype app. More
8:27am: Thursday is Day 1 for buying recreational marijuana in Oregon. At midnight, dispensaries starting selling marijuana to customers 21 or older. More
8:13am: Powerball winner: Largest lottery prize of the year goes to the holder of the single winning ticket in Wednesday night's $310.5 drawing. More
8:04am: Germany's state prosecutors are making a mess of the Volkswagen scandal, admitting they jumped the gun in announcing an investigation into former CEO Martin Winterkorn. More
5:00am: Overseas investors held an all-time high of $6.2 trillion of U.S. government bonds at the end of June and $5.9 trillion of U.S. stocks. More
4:58am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:09am: Chick-fil-A, known for its conservative politics, is setting up shop in New York City. More
3:02am: Users can swipe up once a day to indicate they're extra into someone in a new Tinder feature launching around the world Thursday. More
2:57am: Rio de Janeiro has passed a bill fining drivers for using Uber. More