Week at a glance: All stories

7:19pm: Israeli tech talent tapped to fight in Gaza More
5:52pm: Over 5,100 similar cases are pending against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. But it likely won't more judgments of that size. More
4:49pm: Netflix now boasts over 50 million members, and is continuing its push into content production and new markets. More
4:37pm: Chipotle reports one of its best quarters for sales since it went public in 2006 despite recent price hikes. Shares soar to a new high in extended trading. More
1:10pm: Google's new WebP image file format promises to speed up the Web by reducing image sizes. Those JPEGs and GIFs are just too darn big and clunky. More
12:37pm: Mexican-style chicken chain El Pollo Loco wants to raise $100 million in the stock market this week to pay down debt as it pushes ahead with expansion plans. Can it be the next Chipotle? More
12:33pm: Six Flags investors are not thrilled with theme park's surprise attendance dive. More
12:28pm: Workers rejoice: Economists say their companies are granting more pay raises this year. More
12:16pm: The U.K. has launched a wide-reaching criminal investigation to catch people who may have manipulated the foreign exchange market. More
11:25am: Is New York's Silicon Alley moving uptown to an unlikely neighborhood? More
11:11am: Facebook has unveiled a new standalone app it's calling 'Mentions,' which is designed to help famous people manage their presences on the site. More
10:42am: The Senate joined the House and backed off plans that would have forced grocery stores for military to offer fewer discounts due to slashed budgets. More
10:38am: On track to invest nearly $800 million in early stage startups, investors see innovative small businesses as key to cyber crime protection. More
10:20am: Voting results due Monday will determine if Detroit can emerge quickly from the nation's largest municipal bankruptcy. More
9:52am: Stocks rebound from tough start despite ongoing Ukraine and Gaza situations. More
9:20am: A new food scandal has erupted in China and is threatening the reputations of McDonald's and Yum Brands. More
8:10am: Shares fall, but only slightly, after Florida jury awards payment to widow of a man who died in 1996. More
7:24am: Carlos Slim, world's 2nd richest man, advocates three-day work week along with longer work days and later retirement age. More
5:23am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:13am: Millennials are three times more likely to choose cash over stocks as a long-term investment. More
4:02pm: Facebook says: If you Like it, Buy it. More
4:01pm: Rupert Murdoch isn't saying anything about his bid for Time Warner. But he is taking himself off the list of possible bidders for Tribune Publishing. More
3:22pm: IRAs climb more than 15% on an annual basis due to the rally in stocks. More
2:44pm: Level 3, a company that Netflix and others pay to deliver traffic to Internet service providers, has accused Verizon of refusing to upgrade its infrastructure to boost lagging streaming speeds. More
1:02pm: Forbes family will retain stake in Forbes Media, but majority of iconic business media group sold to Hong Kong investment group. More
12:29pm: Kalashnikovs sell out in U.S. after feds block Russian imports. More
11:06am: Uber will deliver ice cream to subscribers on Friday. It's the latest on-demand service from the taxi app company that is now worth more than $18 billion. More
10:44am: New business rules for Bitcoin licenses show that New York financial regulator Benjamin Lawsky is trying to help -- not kill -- this promising, independent currency. More
9:57am: In an exclusive interview, former Yahoo engineer Nan Shi opens up about alleged sexual harassment. More
9:48am: Worried about geopolitical fallout from Ukraine and the Middle East? Forget about it, investors say. More
9:24am: If you like to read a lot, Amazon has the plan for you. Kindle Unlimited offers 600,000 e-books and some audiobooks for $9.99 a month. More
9:22am: The conflict in eastern Ukraine is driving the economy even deeper into crisis and could force the government to seek another international bailout. More
8:54am: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
8:33am: AbbVie reaches $54.7 billion deal to buy Shire and allow it to shift its home to U.K. to avoid U.S. taxes. More
6:52am: Every year retirement savers transfer billions of dollars into Individual Retirement Accounts. But sometimes you're better off leaving your nest egg alone. More
6:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
5:58pm: Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden teamed up to make this plea to hackers: Develop better tools that allows future insiders to secretly expose wrongdoing. More
2:09pm: Malaysia Airlines will have to make payouts to families of the deceased and will have lawsuits to fight. But whether or not customers stay loyal is key to its bottom line. More
9:19am: Coach popularized 'luxury for the masses.' Now the brand is struggling and it wants to leave the masses behind. Can new creative director Stuart Vevers pull off a comeback? More
4:02pm: Facebook says: If you Like it, Buy it. More
4:01pm: Rupert Murdoch isn't saying anything about his bid for Time Warner. But he is taking himself off the list of possible bidders for Tribune Publishing. More
3:22pm: IRAs climb more than 15% on an annual basis due to the rally in stocks. More
2:44pm: Level 3, a company that Netflix and others pay to deliver traffic to Internet service providers, has accused Verizon of refusing to upgrade its infrastructure to boost lagging streaming speeds. More
1:02pm: Forbes family will retain stake in Forbes Media, but majority of iconic business media group sold to Hong Kong investment group. More
12:29pm: Kalashnikovs sell out in U.S. after feds block Russian imports. More
11:06am: Uber will deliver ice cream to subscribers on Friday. It's the latest on-demand service from the taxi app company that is now worth more than $18 billion. More
10:44am: New business rules for Bitcoin licenses show that New York financial regulator Benjamin Lawsky is trying to help -- not kill -- this promising, independent currency. More
9:57am: In an exclusive interview, former Yahoo engineer Nan Shi opens up about alleged sexual harassment. More
9:48am: Worried about geopolitical fallout from Ukraine and the Middle East? Forget about it, investors say. More
9:24am: If you like to read a lot, Amazon has the plan for you. Kindle Unlimited offers 600,000 e-books and some audiobooks for $9.99 a month. More
9:22am: The conflict in eastern Ukraine is driving the economy even deeper into crisis and could force the government to seek another international bailout. More
8:54am: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
8:33am: AbbVie reaches $54.7 billion deal to buy Shire and allow it to shift its home to U.K. to avoid U.S. taxes. More
6:52am: Every year retirement savers transfer billions of dollars into Individual Retirement Accounts. But sometimes you're better off leaving your nest egg alone. More
6:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
10:48pm: Asian markets slumped Friday morning, extending a dip in U.S. stocks after Israel launched a ground offensive in Gaza and a passenger jet crashed in Ukraine. More
8:13pm: The company says it is innocent and will plead not guilty to the charges brought Thursday by the Department of Justice. More
4:43pm: Google reported Thursday that its second-quarter sales surged 22% versus last year, sending the stock more than 2% higher in after-hours trading. More
3:17pm: Nasdaq was the target of hackers who left a 'digital bomb' in 2010. It didn't go off. But it could have halted trading and cost billions. More
3:09pm: Even before tragedy struck this year, Malaysia Airlines was already battling numerous financial problems. More
2:25pm: Senate hearing reveals that GM's own lawyers warned executives as early as 2010 that the automaker faced severe legal penalties for the way it handled the flawed ignition switch tied to at least 13 deaths. More
1:36pm: New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced massive layoffs at Microsoft on Thursday as he moves boldly to reshape the company. More
12:48pm: Fear returns to the stock market after Israel launches ground offensive in Gaza and a plane crashes in Ukraine. More
12:32pm: Russian markets have taken another tumble as the latest set of U.S. sanctions rattle investor confidence and raise concerns about Russia's fragile economy. More
11:23am: In Indiana you can only buy cold beer in a liquor store, other retailers say it's not fair and sue Indiana is the only state in the nation with a beer temperature statute. Only liquor stores can sell cold beer "to go." That has other retailers foaming so much that they launched a lawsuit. More
11:08am: The job market is improving, but don't get your hopes up that the labor force participation will rise significantly anytime soon. More
10:08am: Stocks slide even further as Israel launches a ground offensive into Gaza and the Malaysian airline crash in Ukraine. More
8:52am: Fiat shares jump after German magazine reports that Volkswagen is considering a full or partial takeover of the automaker - a claim Fiat denies. More
8:39am: The Barbie maker reports a sharp drop in earnings and sales during the first quarter. Can Thomas the tank and American Girl dolls save the day? More
8:38am: CEO Satya Nadella is presiding over the largest round of layoffs in the company's history. More
7:12am: The Internet is full of bugs, and Google just launched a superhero team to kill 'em all. More
7:07am: Among some chefs, caviar is shedding its stuffy image and making a star appearance in more ordinary fare like tacos, burgers and flatbread. More
7:01am: U.S. investors are ditching U.S. equities and putting more money into in foreign stocks and corporate debt. More
6:59am: In the last week, three vocal Federal Reserve officials have been urging their colleagues to stop filling up the proverbial punch bowl. More
6:55am: Alternative lenders are gaining traction and handing out billions of dollars in loans to small business owners. But it could come at a cost. More
5:39am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:54am: Zelectric Motors is converting classic Volkswagen Beetles into fully electric cars. More
5:37pm: Joe the plumber got his start somewhere, and it wasn't on LinkedIn. More
5:35pm: DirecTV is offering NFL fans the chance to stream every out-of-market game of the upcoming regular season on a computer, smartphone or tablet, even if they don't have a satellite TV account. More
5:31pm: A 36-year-old immigrant could be the architect of the next labor movement in the United States. More
5:19pm: Many Americans dream of being wealthy, and a surprising number achieve it ? at least for a little while. More
4:40pm: Yahoo exec Maria Zhang says Nan Shi, a former employee, fabricated her sexual harassment allegations. More
3:53pm: Airlines worldwide brought in $13.5 billion in revenue from fees last year, according to a new survey. That's more than 11 times their non-ticket revenue six years ago. More
3:49pm: The website devoted to short-term apartment rentals premiered a giggle-inducing new logo. More
2:40pm: Time Warner has said no, but Rupert Murdoch is likely to keep trying. More
1:28pm: BlackBerrry's turnaround just hit a big speed bump. If IBM can successfully sell Apple's iPhones to corporate customers, how can BlackBerry counter that? More
1:17pm: Starbucks' Schultz plans to open 50 stores and hire 1,000 workers in Colombia. More
1:16pm: A growing number of cities across the country are making it essentially illegal to be homeless, a new report finds. More
1:10pm: Amazon is considering 'Kindle Unlimited,' a subscription e-book service. More
12:59pm: BMW Group is recalling 1.6 million of its popular 3 Series vehicles, making it the latest global automaker to issue a massive recall based on concerns over airbag safety. More
12:59pm: Americans who are mistakenly branded terrorists by the U.S. government are facing financial peril -- losing their jobs, getting their access to cash cut off and their credit destroyed. More
12:33pm: Prosecutors and politicians are outraged by how the automaker has handled the recall crisis - but consumers don't seem terribly upset. We've got 9 reasons why they should be. More
10:49am: Follow 18-year-old Rashema Melson on her bittersweet departure from a D.C. homeless shelter to a Georgetown dorm. More
10:18am: The Fourth of July may be over but the fireworks are still going off on Wall Street. More
8:26am: The social media bubble may not be over just yet: Messaging app Line is preparing to go public. More
7:57am: BofA is the latest big bank to report to report a steep decline in profits because of legal costs. More
7:52am: Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox made a bit to buy rival media conglomerate and CNN owner Time Warner. But Time Warner rejected the offer. More
6:57am: Getting out on the water for a day is becoming easier thanks to new boat-sharing sites. More
6:05am: Investors haven't been too concerned about Congress this year, but that may change as lawmakers hit the campaign trail next month. More
5:33am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:54am: U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is urging Congress to act to prevent U.S. companies shifting their headquarters abroad to benefit from a lower tax rate. More