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Week at a glance: All stories

8:19am: BlackBerry says it will not comply with a Pakistani government order to hand over encrypted customer data. More
7:00am: Japan's state pension fund lost $64 billion as Chinese and global stock markets tumbled over the summer. More
5:20am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
7:00pm: Bill Gates wants to accelerate research on clean energy, saying it's the only way the world can mitigate climate change. More
4:22pm: The holiday shopping season doesn't revolve around one-day promotional events like Black Friday anymore. More
3:42pm: Amazon is stoking interest in its drone delivery plan with a new video starring TV host Jeremy Clarkson. The company is demonstrating a new design for the drones. More
2:08pm: In its most extensive statement yet, The New York Times is refuting Donald Trump's claims against veteran investigative reporter Serge Kovaleski by saying "the facts speak for themselves." More
1:30pm: Hollywood had a happy Thanksgiving at the box office. "Hunger Games" led the way but "Good Dinosaur" and "Creed" also did well. More
12:37pm: Best Buy is the latest retailer to follow a new trend of week-long sales for 'Cyber Monday.' More
9:55am: Nearly six in ten black Americans surveyed by CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation say that they or a close friend or family member have been incarcerated -- and a majority of them come from low-income households. That leaves the many families of inmates in a precarious financial situation. More
9:47am: Adele's "25" sold an unprecedented number of copies its first week after release. It beat the previous single sales-week record by nearly a million copies. More
4:58pm: The best way to play the super-strong U.S. dollar next year is to buy stocks that have lots of exposure to American consumers, Goldman Sachs advises. More
10:50am: Shoppers took to mobile devices to browse for Black Friday bargains more than ever, and multiple reports say online sales surged past last year's total. More
5:07pm: Rupert Murdoch tweeted that he has "strong word" that the Los Angeles Times is about to be bought. A spokesman for Tribune Publishing, which owns the paper, declined to comment. More
3:04pm: Gold hit a low of $1,052 an ounce, yet another reminder of just how out of favor gold has become since its all-time high of nearly $1,890 in 2011. More
1:28pm: Raspberry Pi bests itself with a smaller, cheaper computer that costs $5. More
1:24pm: Sumner Redstone, the media mogul who controls Viacom and CBS, is at the center of a legal dispute. One side says he is practically unable to make decisions for himself. The other says he is "engaged and attentive." More
12:25pm: Donald Trump denies knowing reporter whose disability he is accused of mocking, but reporter Serge Kovaleski says he and Trump were on a "first name basis for years." More
11:12am: Hive, a startup funded by the UN, is tasked with getting more Americans engaged with the refugee crisis. More
11:07am: Adele's soulful record, "25" has crossed 3 million sales in a single-week, a threshold no other artist has ever come close to. More
11:04am: Under Armour has had a great year -- thanks to star performances by its athlete endorsers. The latest? Cam Newton of the undefeated Carolina Panthers. And UA got free publicity when Newton showed off new cleats on Thanksgiving. More
10:41am: Volkswagen is giving its German workers 25 days off over Christmas and the New Year in the wake of an emissions scandal that has hurt sales and staff morale. More
8:35am: Paul Walker's father sues Porsche, claiming the car the actor was killed in lacked basic safety equipment that would have saved his life. More
8:23am: It's been a lousy year for almost all major retailers. Sales have been sluggish. But consumers are buying more things online. And Amazon's stock has more than doubled. More
8:12am: The world's second biggest diamond won't fit into industry scanners so prospective buyers will have to examine it in person before estimating its worth. More
5:47am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
5:10am: Markets in China tumbled on Friday as a government crackdown on the country's largest brokerages widened. More
4:33am: Top company executives in China keep vanishing, without explanation, and some never return to their posts. More
11:28pm: Black Friday Toys 'R' Us shoppers go for Stars Wars, Avengers, Shopkins, Paw Patrol and drones. More
9:22pm: Americans no longer wait for Santa to bring presents. Instead, "self-gifting" is on the rise. More
9:03pm: Black Friday is now a multi-day marathon of markdowns, and it starts on Thanksgiving Day. More
5:10pm: An ad for a film about football-related brain trauma has started running during Thanksgiving Day NFL games. More
10:02am: Moscow is threatening economic sanctions against Turkey after it shot down a Russian warplane this week but the last thing both countries need is a trade war. More
8:05am: Barclays has been slapped with a record $109 million U.K. fine for trying to keep a $2.8 billion deal with super rich clients so secret it bought a new safe just to store the documents. More
3:45am: As the era of Iran's isolation ends, its younger generation yearns to open up to foreign companies and investors. But hardliners are not yet willing to give up the way they have done business for decades. More
12:28am: Looks like the Magic Kingdom is lacking some sparkle. Disney's cable channels have lost millions of subscribers in recent years. More
11:52pm: Facebook just increased the amount of paid time off new dads working at its international offices can take. More
8:18pm: Donald Trump has angered the New York Times by mocking the physical disability of its reporter Serge Kovaleski. More
3:36pm: Rob McMillen from Blind Barber helps guys choose -- manbun, buzzcut, fade, or floppy? More
2:32pm: With "Creed" and "The Good Dinosaur" it's a feast for the box office this Thanksgiving weekend. More
2:23pm: American Airlines said it won't accept Argentina's peso anymore. Many experts believe the peso will be devalued sometime soon. More
2:06pm: Staying abreast of the news may provide a safe haven from the annual family squabble over politics. More
1:55pm: Los Angeles Times buyout offer has drawn more than 80 acceptances from the paper's reporters and editors. More
1:40pm: Brazilian police arrested a prominent senator and billionaire CEO for interfering in the investigation of Petrobras, which has pushed Brazil into recession. More
1:15pm: Lower jet fuel prices have resulted in an $11 billion windfall and record profits for airlines, but passengers have seen only a modest drop in fares. More
12:42pm: A tax rise on investors in London's pricey housing market may upset foreign cash buyers but will be welcomed by many of the city's residents. More
11:38am: The claim come a day after Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos said that the paper was working on becoming the "new paper of record." More
11:23am: Food stocks are on fire this year thanks to healthy earnings and a wave of mergers. More
11:09am: Paris is suffering huge drop in tourism following the deadly terrorist attacks. Bookings are down by almost a third. More
10:30am: Millennials are getting together with friends to celebrate and share a meal -- often the weekend before or after celebrating Thanksgiving with their families. More
10:18am: American consumers saved more in October compared to a year ago -- a sign of a behavioral shift in consumer spending. More
10:12am: Buying an annuity that generates lifetime income could be a good move. But before you commit any portion of your savings to an annuity, there are a few things to consider. More
9:44am: Amazon is starting Cyber Monday on Saturday. Toys 'R' Us and Walmart start on Sunday. More
8:55am: Filing from FanDuel shows some players have lost more than $10,000 betting on site and a handful have lost more than $50,000. More
7:36am: One of Deutsche Bank's two CEOs says he won't work harder just because it could mean he makes more money. More
5:59am: The pharmaceutical company that increased the price of a drug used by AIDS and cancer patients 5,000% is slashing the price for hospitals. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:39am: The new "Captain America: Civil War" trailer premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night. More
12:04am: According to a CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation poll on race in America, a much larger percentage of blacks and Hispanics say they've experienced discrimination in the workplace. But proving discrimination is another thing. More
11:30pm: Despite advances, the divide between blacks, Hispanics and whites remains large when it comes to incomes, home ownership, wealth accumulation, unemployment and poverty rates. More
11:25pm: The financial deck appears to be stacked against blacks and Hispanics in America. They earn considerably less. They are more likely to be unemployed or in poverty and they are less likely to own a home. Yet despite all this, blacks and Hispanics are far more optimistic about being able to live the American Dream these days than whites. More
10:48pm: Newsrooms across Chicago and the country made varying decisions about airing the recently released Laquan McDonald shooting video Tuesday. More
10:43pm: Singapore is expected to add an average of 37,600 millionaires a year through 2020. More
9:38pm: Watsi crowdfunds donations to cover healthcare costs of those in need. And it's seeing a surprising trend: micro-donations via the popular Chinese social networking app, WeChat. More
5:50pm: Tom Kalenderian, executive vice president at Barney's, says every gentleman should invest in 3 types of shoes. More
5:36pm: Musk congratulates Bezos, then launches a tweet storm at the Amazon founder. More
5:20pm: To understand Donald Trump, you have to understand where he's getting his information. His sources seem to include sketchy Internet rumors and inaccurate stories. More
4:53pm: Iran is getting ready to return to the top ranks of global oil producers. More
4:31pm: Musk congratulates Bezos, then launches a tweet storm at the Amazon founder. More
4:24pm: Your new credit card might be safer, but it could lead to more headaches at the check-out line this holiday season. More
3:55pm: A long-term highway funding bill in Congress plans to use billions from the Fed to help fund projects. More
3:10pm: Disney workers filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after they were replaced by foreign workers. More
2:28pm: The NFL accounts for 22% of the three network's all day live and same day average viewership. More
2:00pm: The Blackphone was designed to protect people's privacy from hackers and spies. Now ISIS members want to use it too, according to the findings of one researcher. More
1:36pm: Jeff Bezos gained fame and fortune by selling stuff on Amazon, but he's got a lot of other enterprises, from rocket ships to a newspaper. More
1:33pm: There's a good chance you can save money by refinancing your student loans. More
1:16pm: Jeff Bezos gained fame and fortune by selling stuff on Amazon, but he's got a lot of other enterprises, from rocket ships to a newspaper. More
12:58pm: German prosecutors have launched another investigation into Volkswagen -- this one about possible tax issues stemming from the emissions scandal. More
12:52pm: Luxury jewelry chain Tiffany reported sales and profits that missed forecasts. Its outlook was weak. The company blamed the strong dollar and a pullback by tourist shoppers. But lower-end rival Signet also disappointed Wall Street. More
11:44am: Microsoft's female workforce shrank two percentage points in the past year. The company attributes the decline to recent Nokia-related layoffs. More
11:34am: Jeff Bezos joined Twitter in 2008 -- but finally tweeted for the first time on Tuesday about his rocket company. Bezos joins a list of billionaires who are on Twitter -- but in name only. More
11:32am: Albie Hecht, the president of CNN's sister channel HLN for the past two years, is stepping down. More
11:25am: Janet Yellen publicly released a letter to Ralph Nader in which she defends the Fed's decision to keep interest rates near zero for several years. More
11:00am: Adele's new album "25" has broken the record for the most sales in a week and she did it in a little over three days. More
8:37am: The U.S. economy grew by 2.1% between July and September, an upward revision from the first estimate of 1.5%. More
8:25am: Google 'a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away' to see the 'Star Wars' Easter egg. More
7:56am: Energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies have become the solutions of choice, with other options taking a back seat. More
7:37am: The Turkish lira dropped and stocks declined, after a Russian warplane crashed near the Turkish-Syria border. More
7:19am: Bezos' Blue Origin successfully flies its New Shepard rocket into outer space and then lands it upright on landing pad in West Texas. More
6:47am: Preventing terrorist plots is harder than ever. And technology is both the problem and the solution. More
6:40am: Everyone in the energy industry is suffering as crude oil prices have slumped. But some are hurting more than others, including the U.K., Brazil, Canada and the U.S. More
5:35am: Global food giant Nestle has confirmed that its Thailand seafood suppliers are engaged in abusive labor practices. More
5:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:45am: Ford is recalling nearly half a million vehicles over a potential fuel tank issue. More