Week at a glance: All stories

8:42pm: Joseph Weisenthal, executive editor of Business Insider, is leaving the site for Bloomberg. More
7:21pm: Consistently checking whether you're savings is projected to last you through retirement is one of the best ways to create a smart and responsible retirement income plan and manage it along the way. More
6:30pm: His Berkshire Hathaway investment house holds big chunks of Coke and IBM, both of which have taken a drubbing this week. More
6:19pm: In the oil boom towns of North Dakota, Texas and Colorado there's a big demand for new homes -- but there's no one to build them. That's because construction companies keep losing skilled workers to the oil companies, which are offering big bonuses and six-figure salaries. More
6:12pm: Lay's announced that the flavor beat out more than 14 million others in a new contest. More
6:00pm: Rush Limbaugh claimed that "people at the highest levels of our government" think Americans deserve to be infected with Ebola as retribution for slavery -- but now seems to be back-pedaling. More
5:46pm: Daimler sells its 4% stake in the electric car-maker after five years as an investor. More
4:44pm: Yahoo was in the spotlight Tuesday as it released its third-quarter results, its first earnings release since the Alibaba IPO. More
4:39pm: The Dow rises nearly 200 points and the Nasdaq has best day of year as stocks roar back Tuesday. More
3:42pm: Michigan governor Snyder signs bill that Tesla says will block it from opening either a store or showroom in Big Three's home state. More
1:55pm: The recommendation was made Monday during a meeting of a state task force that is working on new rules to require retailers to clearly label food with marijuana. More
1:28pm: Executive Producer Al Jean explains how Mr. Burns, Kent Brockman, and the Simpsons would be different today compared to 1989. More
12:28pm: After a slow start, tickets prices in San Francisco have moved ahead of those in Kansas City ahead of start of Fall Classic. More
12:14pm: Coke just can't get its turnaround story right. Investors are tired of the fizzle. More
12:00pm: American companies are ramping up investment in Juarez, Mexico, after years of drug violence. More
11:53am: Shares of Chipotle tumbled due to concerns about slowing sales growth in 2015. But investors love Qdoba and its burger chain parent Jack in the Box. More
10:50am: Chinese iCloud users are facing a new wave of attacks -- not from cybercriminals, but from their own government. More
10:41am: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says women are paid equally at Microsoft, while taking home an $84 million pay package. More
10:13am: CNN and several other Turner-owned cable channels have disappeared from Dish Network homes due to a contractual dispute between the two companies. More
10:03am: McDonald's is struggling in markets around the world, especially in light of a food scandal in Asia that caused sales to tumble. More
9:33am: Oscar de la Renta dressed first ladies, movie stars and other celebrities. And that clientele allowed him to charge top dollar for his creations. More
9:04am: Startups focusing on "ag tech," or agricultural technology, are gaining the attention of farmers and investors More
8:18am: Having every single episode of "The Simpsons" on-demand is "boggling my mind," says the show's executive producer Al Jean More
7:57am: More wealth in America is always good news. Except when it grows too fast compared to income. More
7:29am: Foreign workers, lured by false promises of good jobs and benefits in America, soon find themselves enslaved in plain sight as victims of labor trafficking, a report from the Urban Institute finds. Here's how it can happen. More
6:02am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:15am: Hong Kong's top official claims that an open nomination process would give the city's poor residents too much influence over the political system. More
12:21am: Ever wonder why your avowed-conservative brother or fervently-liberal aunt can't even seem to agree on the facts? Here's an answer. More
11:58pm: French oil company Total has confirmed the death of its Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie, who passed away in a private plane crash in Moscow. More
10:47pm: The tug of war between Amazon and book publisher Simon & Schuster just ended -- and both sides are declaring victory. So what will happen with Hachette? More
10:43pm: China's economy has clocked its worst quarter in more than five years, raising concerns over Beijing's ability to meet its own annual growth target. More
9:05pm: The Fed official overseeing Wall Street says things need to change, and if the risky culture isn't turned around, it may be time to break up the big banks. More
7:37pm: Starting in January, Citi plans to increase the monthly fees on its checking accounts. More
5:12pm: In three years, all Chicago high school students will have to take a coding course in order to graduate. More
4:51pm: Better-than-expected iPhone sales and record Mac sales lifted Apple in its fiscal fourth quarter. More
4:07pm: Snapchat has begun showing ads for the first time. More
3:08pm: Claims of deaths and injuries tied to General Motors faulty ignition switch continue to rise, and two more deaths have been linked to the problem. More
2:55pm: After recent death in Florida, NHTSA and Toyota putting out word to car owners covered by the recall of 7.9 million vehicles to bring them in for repairs as soon as possible. More
2:49pm: Volatility has returned to Wall Street this fall. Ebola is one of the fear factors for investors. More
2:34pm: Third straight day of gains for Nasdaq and S&P 500. Even the Dow eked out a win. More
1:08pm: Facebook wants the DEA to stop hijacking identities and creating fake accounts for its investigations. More
1:04pm: Apple Pay will be up and running Monday afternoon. More
12:50pm: The company that runs the popular petition website announced a new parental leave policy on Monday it called the most generous in the tech industry. More
11:59am: An elite group of forty Porsche enthusiasts were treated to a private tour of the Sistine Chapel on Saturday -- the first corporate charity event ever held there. More
10:01am: Host a furniture market. Here's how small town High Point, N.C. rakes in this much money -- twice a year. More
8:20am: Russian authorities are continuing their crackdown on McDonald's, forcing the closure of a handful of restaurants and investigating roughly half of the country's 400 locations. More
7:51am: IBM shares down sharply in after it announces a $4.7 billion charge to dump its chip unit and says it is disappointed with results. More
5:08am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
10:07pm: Economists concerned over rapidly rising corporate debt levels in China are sounding the alarm, warning that major changes are needed to avoid an increase in "zombie" banks and firms. More
10:12am: File just one property claim to your insurer and you can expect to see your premiums soar by hundreds of dollars in some states. More
9:19am: After last week's market scare, investors are hoping upcoming corporate report cards offer more treats than tricks. More
8:27pm: An Audi RS7 performance car will go as fast as 150 miles per hour on a racetrack this weekend -- and no one will be behind the wheel. More
6:47pm: Oil, war and sanctions spurred the credit rating agency to downgrade the country's debt to two notches above "junk" status. More
5:21pm: Called La Brisa, this 9-bedroom home in Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood sits on nearly 7 acres with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. More
4:38pm: Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says economic inequality is near the highest levels in the past hundred years. More
4:35pm: The company is bringing its AmazonFresh service to New York for the first time. More
3:20pm: Tickets to the first World Series games in Kansas City since 1985 are fetching more than $1,000 on average in resale market. More
2:53pm: Texas Health Presbyterian has only 300 patients for 900 beds since Ebola outbreak which killed one patient and infected two nurses who treated him. More
1:32pm: A new Gallup poll shows that one-third of Americans prefer their boss to be a man. More
1:21pm: Syracuse University uninvited photojournalist Michel du Cille over fears of the journalist's potential exposure covering Ebola. More
11:37am: Don't expect the Federal Reserve to save the day this time, but strong corporate earnings could. More
10:34am: But the slow response showcases the gap between what aid organizations say they need to fight Ebola and what donors have provided. More
9:16am: Millions of Americans are still unemployed or underemployed. More
8:18am: Starbucks to allow customers to use their app to order and prepay for their coffee before they arrive at the stores. More
8:01am: It's a scary market out there, but investments designed to provide security may turn out being even more risky. More
7:59am: Companies want their employees to lose weight. They are offering carrots and sticks to entice people to shed pounds and become more active. More
7:50am: CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves says the company's new streaming service could benefit cable providers as well as consumers. More
7:49am: Fashion entrepreneurs can get their ideas out there without investing much in a startup, says New York City fashion designer Cynthia Rowley. More
5:14am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
9:29pm: China's economy is likely to have clocked its worst quarter in more than five years, according to a CNNMoney survey of economists. More
6:30pm: Many Baby Boomers are betting a big chunk of their retirement savings on stocks -- leaving them exposed to major losses as the market begins to tumble. More
5:55pm: The coffee chain will give workers raises and free food as well as let them show their tattoos. More
5:49pm: Hundreds of people, including some workers from Walmart, McDonald's and Zara, protested in New York and D.C. Thursday asking for higher pay. More
4:31pm: Google shares fell Thursday after the company reported continued challenges in its mobile ad business. More
4:21pm: A report by the Census Bureau Thursday shows that government programs do help lift people out of poverty. More
1:23pm: Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay "is going to change the way we pay for things." More
12:43pm: Do you think Warren Buffett is hiding under his desk in Omaha? Take advantage of the fact that good stocks are on sale. More
12:35pm: Tipping can be awkward, especially when you're on the road. But here's your cheat sheet. More
11:22am: Industry-wide recalls have now topped 52 million for the year, with the number of vehicles affected at about 20% of the cars now on the road. More
11:10am: Apple unveiled new editions of the iPad and iPad Mini at an event in California on Thursday. More
10:57am: Boston has garnered national attention with its innovative policies on education. More
10:37am: Talk of more help from the Federal Reserve sparked another dramatic comeback on Wall Street. More
10:06am: World turmoil has caused international investors to dump their cash into U.S. bonds and mortgage backed securities. More
9:42am: The big paychecks are back for bankers as Goldman Sachs profits jumps 25% More
9:36am: CBS, the only big broadcast network that isn't part of Hulu, now has its own Hulu-like streaming video service. More
8:57am: Elizabeth Holmes, America's youngest self-made female billionaire, has built a medical services company that's revolutionizing the blood test. More
8:09am: Law to block electric carmaker's Michigan sales advances, and analyst suggests Model X will be delayed. More
7:57am: Every major market in Europe has now entered correction territory, which occurs when an index drops by at least 10% from a recent peak. More
7:14am: The U.S. could get a big economic and jobs boost if businesses would spend some of their cash reserves. More
7:10am: The market is in free fall just as the Federal Reserve plans to take its foot off the gas. More
6:58am: Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says Google will eventually create an artificial personal assistant. You just have to share enough data to make it work. More
5:07am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:16am: The board of American drug company AbbVie is walking away from its merger with U.K. rival Shire, making the $55 billion deal the first casualty of the Obama Administration's crackdown on companies seeking to lower their tax bills. More
12:21am: About 80,000 extra hands will locate, pack and ship millions of orders, up about 10,000 from last year. More