Week at a glance: All stories

12:39am: Whole Foods is opening a sister chain of grocery stores, targeting younger shoppers who are too cost-conscious to buy at current shops. More
10:15pm: Pasang Sherpa says his staff of 400 Himalayan mountain guides can help aid reach remote villages destroyed in the Nepal quake. More
7:10pm: Sales of the Keurig 2.0 continue to disappoint. Investors are starting to flee. More
7:02pm: The tech giant is spending $150 million in 2015 on programs to get more women and minorities into technology. More
7:01pm: A week after Tesla officially unveiled its new home batteries, it has received 38,000 pre-orders. More
6:06pm: The live-action reboot of the animated classic reached a box office milestone. More
5:21pm: Keep an eye on you burgers. After 13 years, the Hamburglar is back at McDonald's. More
5:13pm: Good news for people in Texas and North Dakota: McGladrey chief economist Joe Brusuelas believes the painful period of layoffs is largely done. More
4:44pm: The network has been roiled by accusations of sexism and anti-Semitism. More
4:32pm: The actor is one of many who thinks Zenefits is the next big thing in Silicon Valley. More
4:02pm: Wendy's plans to sell 640 of its company-owned stores to existing franchise owners, and is unloading its Ohio bun bakery. More
3:29pm: Huffington Post carries out first substantial redesign to mark 10th anniversary. More
2:31pm: FAA picks three business, including CNN, to help it draft new rules to expand the use of drones. More
2:09pm: Big Idea Week kicked off in New York City, and it brings the entrepreneurship of the tech industry -- and its workers -- into the classroom. More
1:30pm: More people Googled for NPR internships than gigs at Goldman Sachs this year. More
12:37pm: Have extra cash laying around? Motley Fool investors share their favorite stock ideas right now. More
12:08pm: The TNT broadcaster said that the award belonged to the late ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor. More
11:56am: Lori Greiner, an investor on ABC's "Shark Tank" offered advice for women looking to be more successful in business. More
11:44am: At TechCrunch Disrupt, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian said the site will continue its push for original content with a video unit. More
11:40am: Alibaba's shares have tanked. That's not good news for Yahoo. Marissa Mayer plans to spin off its remaining stake in Yahoo later this year ... and the value of it is falling fast. More
11:30am: Nearly 70% of workers in their 20s have already stashed away something for retirement. More
11:28am: Stocks have been on the upswing for 2,250 days. Can they keep climbing? More
10:20am: Gratuity is no longer just expected at the end of your meal. The option to leave a tip is also starting to pop up in other settings -- like the dentist's office. More
10:06am: Comcast announced that its technicians will arrive on-time, or you'll get a $20 bill credit. More
10:00am: Europe is muscling up to Silicon Valley with a sweeping plan to transform its digital industry and boost the power of local businesses. More
9:57am: Pez was originally invented to combat smoking in Austria in 1927, but the company's headquarters and factory are located in Orange, CT. More
9:19am: SpaceX successfully tests system for allowing astronauts to escape malfunctioning rocket in key test for Dragon space capsule. More
9:15am: The new all-electric Toroidion 1MW plans to compete against Tesla for dominance in the electric car market. But the car's price tag might scare off prospective buyers. More
8:05am: Pizza Hut will soon debut app that lets customers track location of their delivery person. More
7:35am: Chanel has the highest brand awareness among luxury Chinese consumers, according to a new survey. More
7:18am: The single biggest advantage annuities have over other investments is that they can pay income that won't run out no matter how long you live. More
5:11am: Playboy announced that it struck a licensing deal with Chinese company, Handong United, to manufacture and distribute Playboy-branded apparel and accessories. More
4:46am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:13am: Frightliner has been granted the first license to take a self-driving 18-wheeler truck on the road in Nevada More
6:40pm: People who live in California's Silicon Valley are worlds apart from those who live in the state's Central Valley in terms of health, education and income, according to a new well-being report. More
5:45pm: A new Kansas law approved Tuesday is too strict for Uber. It stop operating there immediately. More
5:24pm: Periscope founder Kayvon Beykpour addressed the boxing piracy issues at TechCrunch Disrupt on Tuesday. More
4:32pm: Fiorina said she wants to release innovation from the 'bureaucratic overlay' if she becomes president. More
3:19pm: Jobs at Disney, the NCAA and UPS, as well as warehouse, babysitting and journalism jobs are some of the most searched on Google in 2015. More
3:10pm: The European Commission is considering an investigation into McDonald's tax affairs after campaigners claimed it had dodged ?1 billion in taxes between 2009 and 2013 by diverting revenues through a subsidiary in Luxembourg. More
2:29pm: Venture capitalist Dave McClure has invested in 1,000 startups in the past five years through his firm, 500 Startups. More
1:46pm: Sheryl Sandberg paid tribute to her late husband Dave Goldberg in a series of Facebook posts on Tuesday, just days after he died while on vacation in Mexico. More
1:30pm: With the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" released, Disney prepares to enter a galaxy far, far away. More
1:30pm: Wall Street was not impressed with the turnaround plan from McDonald's. Its shares fell Monday and just about every other burger stock went up. That's a bad sign. More
1:23pm: Wells Fargo employees opened unauthorized accounts, costing customers money and damaging their credit, to meet unrealistic sales quotas according to fraud complaint. More
12:12pm: Baltimore development officials say CVS has said it plans to reopen two stores gutted in riots. More
12:08pm: Some of Wall Street's biggest names spoke at the 20th annual Sohn Conference in New York Monday. Here's the cheat sheet. More
11:59am: Lack of wage growth and career opportunities along with long hours are most likely to make someone say "Sayonara, boss," according to a new global survey of full-time employees. More
11:46am: The top hedge fund managers made a combined $11.56 billion in 2014, down sharply from $21.15 billion in 2013. More
11:18am: The closely-contested UK election could unsettle the markets for weeks to come. More
10:51am: Video game developer EA is one of the hottest stocks on Wall Street. It has a Star Wars game coming out in November and it's also minting money from sports games like Madden and FIFA. More
10:43am: There's talk of a turning point for oil. Expect gas prices at the pump to climb as well. More
9:23am: The Mouse House posted strong earnings early on Tuesday morning. The news follows "Avengers: Age of Ultron" having one of the biggest openings of all time. More
8:39am: Harrison Brammell is an 11-year-old fifth grader who is obsessed with coding and live-streaming. And he's good too. More
8:21am: SpaceX says it will test system for allowing astronauts to escape malfunctioning rocket in key test for Dragon space capsule. More
8:17am: Panera Bread releases a list of artificial ingredients it will no longer include in its bread, sandwiches and soup. It's the latest in a string of changes in the restaurant industry as Americans demand healthier food. More
6:42am: President Obama said Dave Goldberg 'embodied the definition of a real leader' in a touching Facebook post. More
6:28am: Coffee maker Lavazza listened when an Italian astronaut said he missed the espresso back home. The ISSpresso coffee machine is the solution. More
5:21am: A global survey of full-time employees finds workplace flexibility is a very desired feature in a job. And lack of it is among workers' top reasons for quitting. More
4:48am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:56am: Khan Market looks like a lot of other markets in India. But looks can be deceiving. More
8:38pm: Famed investor Jim Rogers has made his fortune several times over by investing where others fear to tread. Where's he looking now? More
6:40pm: On Monday Fox renewed TV's longest-running sitcom for its 27th and 28th seasons. More
6:24pm: Baltimore is the toughest place in the U.S. for poor children to move up the economic ladder, according to a new Harvard study More
5:37pm: The London-based startup is on a quest to democratize access to technology and coding with its computer company. More
5:07pm: Investors have withdrawn $110 billion from Pimco's Total Return since Bill Gross left abruptly in September. More
3:59pm: CEO Bastian Lehmann said his growing startup offers flexibility and better wages than other part-time jobs. More
3:18pm: Einhorn calls America's fracking industry a terrible investment, especially 'mother fracker' Pioneer Natural Resources. More
2:34pm: After A-Rod's 500th home run in 2007, the ball sold for $105,000. His 660th home run ball would be lucky to fetch $20,000 today. More
1:08pm: Here's what you really need to know from the 50th Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting this weekend. More
1:05pm: Dave Goldberg died after collapsing at a Mexican resort's gym, though the official cause of death is still unknown. More
12:54pm: Carly Fiorina didn't buy CarlyFiorina.org, and she's going to regret that. More
12:31pm: The for-profit Corinthian Colleges network has just $19 million in assets against $143 million in debt, according to documents filed in bankruptcy court. More
12:11pm: Al Jazeera America responded forcefully on Monday to a lawsuit alleging that a top executive engaged in sexist and anti-Semitic behavior. More
12:05pm: The new "Xfinity Share" app lets Comcast users live stream video to TV. More
12:02pm: President Vladimir Putin announced a new reserve fund for the BRICS nations that could attempt to rival the IMF. More
12:00pm: Every year companies and media embrace Cinco de Mayo in all the wrong ways. More
11:29am: Some people shelled out $100 to watch Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao fight on pay-per-view. Others simply went online and watched it for free on Periscope or Meerkat. More
10:48am: FDD music is a thing. It stands for floppy disk drive music, and it's all over YouTube. More
10:43am: Imagine an episode of the "O'Reilly Factor" sculpted into a standup routine. That's Bill O'Reilly's "Pinhead" tour. More
9:58am: In the 1990s, people traded about 4 stocks a year. Now they trade over 17 a year. That's not necessarily better. More
9:47am: Home prices are rising and inventory remains low -- what does that mean for buyers and sellers? More
9:26am: Cisco has named Chuck Robbins as its next CEO, replacing John Chambers. More
9:05am: What's it like to work for Warren Buffett? The CEOs of three Berkshire Hathaway subsidiaries tell us. More
9:04am: Sheryl Sandberg called her late husband Dave Goldberg her best friend, and she said their marriage was the best decision she ever made. More
8:37am: New McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook promised sirloin burgers and artisan grilled chicken sandwiches. More
8:32am: American Express starts 'Plenti' loyalty program which allows consumers to earn points at multiple partner companies, even if they don't have American Express card. More
7:23am: The financial costs and perks of getting hitched aren't limited to weddings. Your new marital status will be a factor when you file your taxes. For some couples, it means paying a higher tax bill. But others could see tax savings. More
7:11am: Here are some people who would benefit most from Apple's latest device. More
7:11am: Charlotte was one of the favorites for the royal baby name and betting agencies are now expected to pay out as much as £1 million to successful gamblers. More
7:05am: CloudDDM is setting up a mass production 3D printing factory inside of UPS' worldwide hub in Louisville, Ky. More
6:57am: Driven largely by European money, America finally has what Europeans and Asians have enjoyed for decades: decent buses. More
6:35am: Fiat Chrysler will announce Monday that it's asking its dealers to help cover the cost of college degrees for those who work at Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram Truck and FIAT dealerships. More
6:31am: Fiat Chrysler will announce Monday that it's asking its dealers to help cover the cost of college degrees for those who work at Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram Truck and FIAT dealerships. More
5:14am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:47am: Uber's office in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou was raided last week by local authorities. But the company has bigger problems in China. More
10:21pm: The central Indian government has introduced an electronic, biometric monitoring system capable of recording the entry and exit times every day for about 120,000 officials across hundreds of departments. More
12:08pm: "Avengers: Age of Ultron" assembled one of the biggest openings in movie history. More
11:34am: A new accelerator, ICONYC Labs, is finding hot new Israeli startups to participate in its six-month program. More
9:38am: The 40-year-old Windows maker leaps into the future with augmented reality goggles. More
9:36am: The U.S. economy and markets have been flat this year. More
8:33am: Warren Buffett's No. 2 speaks on the Baltimore unrest, home lending to the poor, the 2016 presidential race and succession at Berkshire Hathaway. More
1:23pm: Facebook announced Saturday that Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Goldberg, husband of chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, died suddenly on Friday. More
12:47pm: The Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting movie had a great skit about Warren Buffett chalenging Floyd Mayweather to a fight, More
12:14pm: Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett faced some tough questions from investors about whether the company was still ethical. More
7:07am: Fund manager Wally Weitz is a value investing guru who lives in Omaha. And he owns Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway too. More
6:40am: Berkshire Hathaway shareholders scooped up Buffett-themed goodies from Heinz, Dairy Queen and Fruit of the Loom in Omaha. More
8:27pm: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
6:52pm: More money is expected to be wagered on the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao showdown than on any other fight ever. More
6:04pm: Your tattoo can prevent the Apple Watch from monitoring heart rate properly. More
5:18pm: Medicare spent billions of dollars on just a handful of drugs to treat heartburn, high cholesterol, asthma and depression in 2013, a recent report revealed. More
4:33pm: Users are flooding Twitter with their salary histories and thoughts on pay transparency on International Workers' Day. More
4:24pm: Jockeys are the worst-paid and most frequently injured athletes in any professional sport. More
3:24pm: The new Tesla home battery is worth it -- if you live in a sunny state and already have solar panels. Otherwise, the math is tricky. More
3:08pm: Senator Elizabeth Warren's name usually means big numbers for online news sites. More
1:13pm: Most victims of workplace violence are women. Immigrants and Latinos are most likely to suffer fatal accidents at work. More
1:05pm: Here's a pro-tip to take along for all those fight parties this weekend. More
12:51pm: Aktarer Zaman was sued by United Airlines for his website Skiplagged.com, which helps people find cheap flight tickets. More
11:15am: CBS announced that the President of the United States would be a guest on "The Late Show" on May 4. More
11:00am: Opening Thursday night, Marvel fans showed up in droves for "Avengers: Age of Ultron." More
10:42am: Facebook users have raised $10 million to help Nepal in the aftermath of last week's deadly earthquake, the social network announced. More
10:29am: The coffee chain opened a tiny location Thursday in downtown Manhattan across from the New York Stock Exchange. More
10:02am: Spain's economy is charging ahead, growing exponentially faster than the U.S. in the first quarter of the year. More
10:01am: Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are expected to split about $200 million or more for their much-hyped fight on Saturday. More
8:27am: Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, Kentucky Derby and other events expected to draw more sports viewers on Saturday than to the Super Bowl. More
8:23am: Japanese video games maker Bandai Namco resurrected its hit toy Tamagotchi, creating an app for Apple Watch. More
7:40am: We don't know who will have his hand raised at the end of the historic fight Saturday, but Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao and the IRS will all walk away with millions. More
7:35am: No customers or employees were in the store when looters broke into it, the company said. It was closed earlier in the afternoon out of caution before the situation turned violent. More
7:06am: Limestone mines in the Midwest have been rehabilitated into commercial spaces with two big selling points: cheaper rent and lower energy bills. More
6:47am: Strong business links are at the heart of the special relationship between the United States and Britain. Will the U.K. election put that at risk? More
5:51am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
5:42am: Fans of Manny Pacquiao in parts of his native Philippines are being told to turn off their domestic appliances or risk missing the televised fight altogether because of power blackouts. More
12:26am: Tesla has unveiled a suite of new energy products, including a wall-mounted battery that will be sold for use in consumers' homes. More
12:15am: David Bonderman, a private equity billionaire, thinks betting on Russia could be a smart move because the country is starving for capital and asset prices have tumbled. More