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Week at a glance: All stories

12:28am: The Nikkei plummeted as much as 5.5% and the yield on key Japanese government bonds went into negative territory for the first time Tuesday. More
10:21pm: Zenefits founder and CEO Parker Conrad steps down. COO David Sacks takes over, with a call to fix compliance issues and change the company's culture. More
7:40pm: Super Bowl 50 attracted $132 million worth of bets, and casinos kept about 10% of the money. More
5:09pm: Tesla stock shed nearly 10% on Monday, putting it on track to have its worst day since May 2014. More
4:13pm: Al Jazeera America's web site will stop publishing new stories on February 26, and the channel will cease broadcasting on April 12, a spokeswoman says. More
3:57pm: When Curt Schilling donated $250 to Ben Carson, his FEC filing including some commentary about his ESPN job. More
3:09pm: Yelp announced another loss Monday afternoon as its sales growth slows. The company also said its CFO is stepping down. More
2:25pm: Clinton is under fire for her ties to Wall Street. On Sunday, she refused to say that she would never put a banker in her White House. More
1:43pm: Chipotle to invest $10 million in food safety at small farm suppliers. More
1:00pm: A former deputy secretary in Obama's Department of Education will take over the University of Phoenix's parent company, Apollo Education Group, once the sale is finalized. More
12:46pm: Gas for less than $1.50 a gallon is now common and some markets even have gas near a buck. More
12:17pm: Stocks are off to a brutal start in 2016. Experts say we'll be 'lucky' to have stocks gain 4% to 5% this year. More
12:12pm: Beyonce says she's the black Bill Gates in her new single called 'Formation.' More
11:54am: Chesapeake Energy said it currently has no plans to file for bankruptcy. The oil and natural gas company was forced to respond to concerns about a possible restructuring due to the plunge in energy prices. More
11:52am: Bernie Sanders' economic plan would create nearly 26 million jobs and increase median income by more than $22,000, according to University of Massachusetts Amherst economics professor Gerald Friedman. More
11:28am: Moe's Southwest Grill is hoping to sell more burritos while Chipotle tried to recover from an E. coli outbreak that left it reeling. More
11:02am: European regulators could soon start forcing big international companies to reveal their earnings and tax bills in each of the 28 European Union countries. More
10:49am: The Super Bowl's winners and losers' shares paid to players are only a fraction of money that players get in other sports. More
10:38am: Super Bowl 50's audience dipped from last year, but was still the third largest in U.S. television history. More
10:34am: Lehman Brothers whiskey is about to hit bars in London and New York. Barclays Bank is not happy about the use of the name. More
9:28am: Wall Street's terrible start to 2016 just got worse, with the Dow sinking 178 points points and the Nasdaq getting closer to a bear market. Oil prices are also back to $30 a barrel. More
8:22am: Super Bowl ads have their biggest moment on Monday, following the game. More
8:18am: India has once again posted growth of more than 7%, securing its standing as the world's fastest growing major economy. More
7:27am: Russia, Mexico and southeast Asia stand to lose from the fall in global currencies while others stand to gain, depending on their trade ties with China. More
6:57am: Facebook's campaign to offer free Internet access to hundreds of millions of people in India has been blocked. More
6:54am: Tidjane Thiam, the chief executive of Credit Suisse, has offered to slash his bonus after the bank reported its first loss since the financial crisis in 2008. More
5:21am: The number of citizens and long-term residents cutting their official ties to the U.S. jumped more than 20% last year to a new record of 4,279. More
5:06am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:03am: A new study finds women still are poorly represented on corporate boards and in C-suite jobs of publicly traded companies globally. But it also found that companies that have more women in leadership roles do better financially. More
11:51pm: Stephen Colbert played catch with President Obama to open his post Super Bowl 50 "Late Show." More
11:19pm: Speaking in Mandarin, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan made a special announcement about their daughter as they wished the world a happy Lunar New Year. More
11:17pm: Quicken Loans caused a stir on social media with its Super Bowl ad that promoted a new mortgage tool. More
9:52pm: China's foreign exchange reserves dropped $99.5 billion in January to $3.23 trillion, the lowest level since 2012, the central bank said. More
8:23pm: CBS surprisingly used a Super Bowl promo to announce the end of its beloved drama "The Good Wife." More
5:38pm: Chipotle to hold company-wide staff meeting Monday to keep E. coli away. More
4:56pm: KFC's Super Bowl ad will include comedian Jim Gaffigan portraying Colonel Sanders. More
2:42pm: Super Bowl 50 tickets had an average resale price of $4,639 in the hours ahead of kickoff. That puts the event behind the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight. More
11:18am: Bucking a trend of declining debate ratings, ABC's Saturday night GOP face-off averaged 13.2 million viewers, making it the highest rated debate so far in 2016. More
12:38am: Bernie Sanders finally met his "SNL" counterpart Larry David on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday. More
9:36am: The economy is better than it was, but not even President Obama is ready to declare it's booming. More
8:15pm: It was the first offer the South American nation has made to the holdouts which in Argentina are called "vultures." More
7:20pm: Les Moonves spoke with "Reliable Sources" host Brian Stelter about CBS' planning and expectations for Super Bowl 50. More
5:09pm: "Hail, Caesar!," the new film from the Coen brothers starring George Clooney, has a cavalcade of stars but will have to compete with the Super Bowl this weekend. More
4:30pm: Twitter has ramped up its efforts to combat ISIS' recruiting techniques and has suspended 125,000 accounts since mid-2015. More
4:17pm: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," Disney's smash hit space saga, will cross the $2 billion mark on Saturday. More
4:08pm: Anheuser-Busch has been the exclusive beer advertiser featured during the Super Bowl since 1975, and it's spent more on Super Bowl advertising than any other company for the last five years in a row. More
4:07pm: Bernie Sander's folk album recorded in 1987 is enjoying its best sales this year, partly fueled by late night comedians. More
3:11pm: In an effort to help prevent wage discrimination, President Obama wants to require companies to report how much they are paying their employees by race, ethnicity and gender. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea. More
2:29pm: The Chicago Stock Exchange reached a deal on Friday to be acquired by a China-led group of investors. More
1:50pm: Donald Trump now says he is will attend the next Fox News debate, which include Megyn Kelly as a moderator. More
1:45pm: Bernie Sanders will be heading to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend with host Larry David. More
1:33pm: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is busy buying Phillips 66 stock despite the slide in oil prices and U.S. stocks so far this year. More
1:10pm: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google, or FANG, are all down this year. But 2016's big winners so far are three natural gas companies, a gold miner and a fashion retailer. Alrighty then! More
1:03pm: Citi warns that a continued drop in oil prices and the rising dollar could lead to an 'oilmageddon' recession. More
12:32pm: American exports fell by 5% last year, the first annual decline since 2009, according to stats released on Friday. It's a reflection of the super-strong U.S. dollar and the fragile state of the global economy. More
12:12pm: Despite all the negative headlines over the Zika virus, Brazil's Carnival festivities are still going ahead and revelers are expected to come out in droves. More
11:24am: Anheuser-Busch unveils Super Bowl 50 Budweiser ad with get-pumped macho imagery and the iconic Clydesdales. More
10:58am: Buffalo Wild Wings and Wingstop each expect to sell more than 10 million wings on Super Bowl Sunday. More
10:57am: MSNBC's feisty debate between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton received high marks from political observers, but not high ratings from ordinary viewers. More
10:41am: Microsoft's Cortana and other virtual assistants have had to learn how to deal with lewd comments and questions from users. More
10:07am: USB-C cords could be dangerous, sucking too much power and destroying your gadgets in the process. More
9:56am: The British government has made a public request asking all airlines flying from Zika-affected areas to spray their planes with insecticide before coming back to the U.K. More
9:40am: The German automaker has delayed its annual earnings and shareholder meeting because it needs more time to calculate the cost of its diesel emissions scandal. More
9:30am: "Orange is the New Black" won't return for a fourth season until June, but Netflix has already ordered the fifth, sixth and seventh seasons. More
9:21am: Portland, Oregon, is often described as the last affordable cool city on the West Coast. But as more people move to the city, it's becoming increasingly unaffordable. More
8:39am: Bank stocks have got off to a terrible start of the year. Here is why. More
8:32am: When you tweet @Velveeta and @Kraft, you probably think you're getting through to the makers of gooey processed cheese -- but the real story behind the handles isn't what you'd expect. More
8:15am: Megyn Kelly said she thinks Donald Trump will show for a March 3 Fox News debate and that she'll be ready for him if he does. More
7:45am: Illinois' largest provider of social services is closing 30 senior, counseling, rehab and prisoner re-entry programs and laying off 750 people because of the budget impasse. More
7:42am: Cybercriminals using stolen data have targeted millions of user accounts on Alibaba's popular Taobao shopping platform. More
7:36am: LinkedIn's stock fell 43% after the company said it wouldn't grow as strongly as investors had hoped. More
7:09am: Unemployment rate falls to 4.9% as U.S. economy adds 151,000 jobs in January More
6:59am: Shares in Toshiba plunged 11% after the company warned of an even deeper loss. More
5:51am: 'When is the Super Bowl?' and 'What time is the Super Bowl?' are terms that people are Googling furiously ahead of the big game. More
5:30am: Pakistan International Airlines has lost track of a large number of passengers as it wrestles with a crippling strike. More
4:55am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:49am: Cash attracted $208 billion of inflows since mid-2015. That's way more than stocks or bonds. Why? When people are nervous, they run to cash. More
3:08am: China's top anti-corruption bureau says it has uncovered "major problems" in the country's sprawling financial system. More
2:01am: Sir Danny Alexander, the former Treasury chief secretary, has been appointed vice president of the new China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. More
11:04pm: Fox News host Megyn Kelly is about to become an author. A book by Kelly was acquired by HarperCollins this week after a bidding war involving several publishers. More
11:02pm: Kitchenware suppliers for top consumer brands from Ikea to Cuisinart have been slammed by a watchdog group for links to alleged labor abuses. More
9:23pm: CNNMoney asks a fortune-teller and an economist what to expect in China during the Year of the Monkey. More
7:35pm: MSNBC's Rachel Maddow told Playboy that it is "hard to imagine" Bernie Sanders winning the presidential election. Her comment was published shortly before she was to moderate a Democratic debate. More
7:21pm: Les Moonves, the newly-named chairman of CBS, calls it a "great privilege" in his first interview since the appointment. More
7:04pm: MSNBC won a chance to host a Democratic debate along with the Union Leader, and now the pressure is on the cable news channel. More
6:49pm: Martin Shkreli's new hotshot laywer, Ben Brafman, appeared on CNBC Thursday afternoon. He said Shkreli needs coaching to save him from a public relations disaster that could harm his criminal case. More
5:40pm: The U.S. economy is still healthy, says Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester. Translation: Don't rule out more interest rate increases in 2016. More
5:30pm: The NFL will air a PSA about domestic violence for the second year in a row during Super Bowl 50. More
5:30pm: Sumner Redstone and his two other top Viacom executives together received $603 million from the company in the last six years despite the company's troubles. More
5:28pm: The IRS said it has gotten its tax processing systems and tools up and running again after an outage caused by a likely "hardware failure" a day earlier. More
4:39pm: After killing its SAT requirement, George Washington University saw an increase in applications from blacks, Hispanics, international students and those who would be the first in their family to go to college. More
4:31pm: President Obama proposed a tax of $10-a-barrel on oil companies to help pay for a wave of clean transportation investments. More
3:42pm: Initial sign up for Obamacare's third enrollment period tops government expectations. More
3:36pm: Facebook is a dozen years old this February 4. The company calls its birthday Friends Day, and its released some pretty amazing statistics about how Facebook friends are connected. More
2:57pm: Donald Trump won't commit to taking part in the March debate on Fox News which will be moderated by Megyn Kelly. More
2:24pm: The water crisis in Flint, Michigan has Wall Street scooping up water utility stocks. Investors are betting that more cities and states could push to privatize municipal water utilities. More
2:21pm: The British pound could fall by as much as 20% if Britain decides to leave the European Union, Goldman Sachs has warned. More
1:55pm: CVS sells Narcan, also known as naloxone, is 15 states and will add 20 more this year. More
12:59pm: Airbag maker Continental notifies U.S. safety regulator that 5 million more airbags will need to be recalled, making a serious safety problem that much worse. More
12:08pm: The federal government doesn't provide enough help for the middle class, a new Pew Research Center study found. More
12:02pm: CNN is going to simulcast the Democratic presidential primary debate that PBS is holding next week in Wisconsin. More
12:00pm: ConocoPhillips slashed its dividend on Thursday, making it the first large American oil production company to do so. Now investors are wondering if Chevron, ExxonMobil and other Big Oil companies could be forced to follow suit. More
11:15am: Job cuts soared 218% in January, according to consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Layoffs were particularly heavy in the energy and retail sectors. More
11:08am: Popular tourist hotspots in the Americas are poised for trouble as the Zika virus threatens to scare away visitors. More
10:44am: Amazon will open hundreds of book stores, the CEO of a big mall owner said he heard. Shares of Barnes & Noble tanked. But a funny thing happened. The mall CEO now says he didn't mean to comment on Amazon's plans. More
10:21am: In a bid for more transparency, OnlineCensorship.org is collecting posts that social networks like Facebook and Twitter have banned. More
10:08am: Martin Shrkeli, the former drug CEO, laughed as a congressman likened his actions to a Ponzi scheme. More
9:31am: GoPro's stock is plummeting after announcing a huge loss and a commitment to slash its product lineup. More
9:19am: Venezuela is lobbying hard for OPEC and other oil producers to discuss cutting production but an emergency meeting still appears some way off. More
8:37am: Apple lost a huge patent infringement case, owing $626 million in damages to patent troll VirnetX. More
8:20am: Vermont ice cream makers Ben & Jerry's have taken the milk out Chunky Monkey. More
6:10am: The future of Viacom may be decided in the next few hours. The beleaguered company's board of directors will meet on Thursday to consider naming a new chairman to succeed Sumner Redstone. More
5:53am: American inventories of crude oil are at the highest level in at least 80 years. Some key storage locations are running out of room to store oil. More
5:06am: Shares in Credit Suisse are plunging after the bank reported its first annual loss since 2008, weighed down by its investment banking business. More
4:53am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:02am: The first edition of Playboy in its non-nude era hits the newstands Thursday and the magazine's CEO describes it as still sexy but "safe for work." More
2:40am: Former baseball slugger Jose Canseco is one of the more surprising critics of the Bank of Japan's recent move to cut interest rates into negative territory. More
12:30am: Two major airlines say they are allowing staff members to opt out of flights to Latin America and the Caribbean amid escalating concerns over the spread of the Zika virus. More
12:20am: Hundreds of protesters snarled traffic in Auckland, New Zealand on Thursday to protest the signing of a controversial trade pact that was years in the making. More
11:15pm: The IRS experienced a hardware failure that brought down some of its tax processing systems, including the one that allows people to file their returns electronically. More
7:39pm: Ted Cruz, under fire for misinforming Iowa voters about the status of his rival Ben Carson's campaign, is wrongly claiming that it is CNN's fault. More
6:57pm: A new analysis from a fiscal watchdog group estimates that the tax hikes Bernie Sanders has proposed to pay for his health plan would only cover three-quarters of the cost, leaving a shortfall of at least $3 trillion. More
6:05pm: The video game company behind NBA 2K is being sued for alleged copyright infringement over players' tattoos in their games. More
5:47pm: One Super Bowl 50 player listed his home on Airbnb for the night of the big game. For $5,000, a mega-fan can stay overnight in his luxurious living space. More
5:23pm: "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" had a strong debut with 5.1 million viewers for the FX channel. More
4:44pm: Takata airbag is spreading to more recent cars than in previous recall as Honda starts warning dealers about problems with newer cars. More
4:23pm: Les Moonves is replacing Sumner Redstone as the executive chairman at CBS. More
3:43pm: Toyota's youth-oriented brand failed to gain traction among the current generation of young car buyers. More
3:17pm: Challenging perceptions of rampant cord-cutting, Comcast is clawing back some cable customers. More
2:48pm: McDonald's mozzarella cheese sticks don't have real cheese filling, a California man claims, and he's suing for patrons to get their money back. More
2:39pm: Elon Musk cancels Tesla Model X order for blogger who criticized the launch event for the crossover SUV. More
2:37pm: Martin Shkreli, the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, was questioned about the value of the bond he used to make bail. More
2:10pm: Super Bowl tickets selling for average price of nearly $5,000 thanks to proximity to Silicon Valley. More
1:58pm: After the U.S. lifted its 40-year ban on oil exports, Venezuela was quick in line to buy some American crude -- despite having the world's largest oil reserves. More
1:58pm: BlackRock CEO Larry Fink sounds a lot like Hillary Clinton in his annual letter. Both are worried about short-termism and 'quarterly earnings hysteria.' More
1:37pm: Venezuela's chaotic economy forced Mondelez, the maker of Oreos, to take a $778 million loss More
1:33pm: Claims by the Intercept that one of its reporters falsified reporting has other news outlets that picked up the reporting scrambling to adjust their own stories. More
1:18pm: Amit Singhal, a 15-year Google veteran and head of Google Search, is leaving the company. More
1:15pm: 'Pink tax' angers women from New York to London More
12:28pm: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have stopped wrangling and agreed to four more debates including one on Thursday night debate in New Hampshire just days before the state's Democratic primary. More
12:08pm: Treasury bond yields keep sliding. But amazingly enough, U.S. bond rates look shockingly high when compared to yields for other developed markets like Germany and Japan. That's why investors may keep buying U.S. debt. More
10:55am: The Fed is still predicting four interest rate hikes this year, but the market now forecasts zero hikes in 2016. More
10:01am: Tesla stock has plunged more than 25% in 2016. Analysts are worried that low gas prices will lead to weak demand for electric cars. And Elon Musk's company has a lot more competition these days as well. More
9:52am: Looking for guaranteed retirement income? Keep these tips in mind if your financial adviser suggests rolling your 401(k) funds into an annuity. More
9:34am: "Fast and Furious," Universal's ultra successful automotive action franchise, will have a 9th and 10th chapter. More
9:26am: Home Depot wants to hire 80,000 seasonal workers, and plans to make half of them permanent. More
8:26am: General Motors reported the best profit margin in its 107-year history in 2015, just six years after the company was saved by a federal bailout. More
8:22am: Consumers in the world's fastest-growing major economy are kicking into gear, buying more cars and helping India's auto industry shatter sales records. More
7:54am: Yahoo's rumored $7 million holiday party cost closer to $2 million, Marissa Mayer said. More
7:53am: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg takes the fourth richest ranking on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. More
7:53am: Drugmaker Sanofi says it can accelerate work to develop a Zika vaccine because of its experience with the related dengue virus. More
7:38am: Female entrepreneurs are spotting opportunity in the cannabis industry and taking advantage of it. More
7:26am: Reinstating internal borders and passport controls could deal a $110 billion hit to the economy over the next decade. More
7:16am: Looking for the best benefits? Some companies are getting creative with the work perks they give employees. More
6:54am: Chinese companies are buying foreign rivals at a record pace, with deals announced so far this year already worth 60% of the 2015 total. More
6:20am: As Turing Pharmaceuticals took steps to acquire a life-saving drug, former CEO Martin Shkreli saw dollar signs. More
5:04am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:58am: The 2016 NBA playoffs in April will be the first games to feature ESPN analysis in Chinese on Tencent's digital platforms. More
2:04am: The U.S. Marshals will auction six jewelry pieces that belonged to Bernie and Ruth Madoff. More
1:43am: State-owned ChemChina said Wednesday it has offered a whopping $43 billion for the Swiss company Syngenta, which supplies pesticides and seeds. More