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Week at a glance: All stories

9:10am: EMC CEO Joe Tucci is set to receive a $27 million severance package after selling his company to Dell. More
9:09am: Twitter has laid off 336 employees as part of new CEO Jack Dorsey's first round of job cuts. More
9:08am: The Volkswagen diesel scandal is set to get the Hollywood treatment from Paramount Pictures and Leonardo DiCaprio's production company Appian Way. More
9:07am: Paypal will pay for your return shipping up to four times during the holiday season. More
8:36am: A startup called New Story is raising money for homeless Haitian families, while also adding transparency to the charity world. More
8:29am: Over three million Europeans have signed a petition against a planned free trade agreement with the U.S. What's the problem? More
6:23am: Both Democratic presidential candidates want to reduce income inequality. Here's how they would do it. More
6:00am: The International Energy Agency has warned oil prices will remain volatile as a supply glut persists through next year. More
5:57am: The steady drop in the price of gasoline means that there isn't likely to be a cost of living adjustment in 2016 Social Security benefits. More
5:07am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:50am: Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to purchase its main rival SABMiller, creating a super brewery with sales of $55 billion. More
1:03am: Twitter accounts for two sports websites were suspended Monday after the NFL and other groups filed a number of complaints under a copyright law. More
11:26pm: Ali Rezaian has logged 150,000 miles to get his brother Jason Rezaian freed from an Iranian prison. More
10:10pm: Playboy, Hugh Hefner's magazine known for its centerfolds, intends to eliminate nude photography from its pages. More
6:36pm: The Democratic debate on CNN Tuesday night is expected to draw a big cable audience, but only a fraction of the record setting GOP debate that featured Donald Trump. More
5:36pm: New York radio host Mike Francesa invited call-in guest "Will in Queens" to game three of the Mets playoff series aganist the Dodgers on Monday. Will cried on Francesa's Sunday show. More
5:34pm: A new Chinese-backed investment fund, CSC Upshot, announces a $400 million fund to back early-stage startups on AngelList. More
5:26pm: President Obama talks with Pulitzer Prize winning author Marilynne Robinson about rural values, being a good Christian and race. More
4:42pm: HP CEO Meg Whitman is calling Michael Dell out for the estimated $50 billion in debt his new company will carry. More
2:36pm: Britain bans hoverboards on public streets and roads, calling them 'self-balancing scooters.' More
2:22pm: Oil billionaire Boone Pickens believes Russia's military campaign in Syria is driving up oil prices -- just as Vladimir Putin wants. More
1:56pm: As more uncertainty mounts around the Federal Reserve's rate hike decision, global currencies are rallying agains the dollar. More
1:20pm: Facebook's latest strategy involves transforming News Feed ads into a virtual store window for advertisers, as well as creating a dedicated "Shopping" News Feed. More
1:13pm: New York Comic Con brought in roughly 170,000 attendees and multiple brands. More
12:34pm: Apple's recently launched news app isn't available in China, leading to speculation over whether the company is censoring its own service. More
12:22pm: Two giant, brand name companies -- First Data and grocery chain Albertsons -- will go public this week. But can they do well given their slow growth and giant debt loads? More
12:17pm: Dr. Keith Ablow has a history for incendiary rhetoric, but his latest column might have been his most controversial take yet. More
11:56am: Most people can end up 'miserably poor' if technology gains aren't distributed better, says Hawking. More
11:48am: Saudi Arabia's decision to flood world markets with oil is a mistake that the kingdom has repeated several times in the past, says the former head of Nigeria's central bank. More
10:53am: The European Aviation Safety Agency is warning hundreds of carriers to be aware of low-flying missiles over Iran and Iraq. More
10:36am: Eli Lilly shares tumbled 8%, their worst day since the 2008 financial crisis, after abandoning a potential blockbuster cholesterol drug. More
10:13am: The world's biggest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev has once again upped its offer to buy chief rival SABMiller in an attempt to create a super brewery. More
8:34am: This pension fund mistakenly overpaid 589 retirees, and now demands that they pay it back -- with interest. More
7:52am: One of the world's leading experts on poverty has won the 2015 Nobel prize for economics. More
7:43am: Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian has been convicted by a Revolutionary Court in Iran, according to state-run media. The Post says it will be appealed. More
7:34am: Dell has agreed to buy EMC for $67 billion, in the biggest tech deal of all time. More
6:10am: Ferrari is set to debut on the New York Stock Exchange with a $10 billion valuation within the next few months. More
4:57am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
9:34pm: The U.S. government looks set to make changes to an immigrant investor program that would make it harder for foreigners to get green cards. More
7:54pm: Anderson Cooper told CNNMoney's Brian Stelter not to expect face-offs at the Democratic primary debate on Tuesday. More
6:49pm: Even in a post-scarcity world, the outlook is not always bright in the "Star Trek" universe. More
5:24pm: LinkedIn is the latest company to offer an open-ended time off policy to its employees. The networking site is implementing a "discretionary time off," or DTO policy, for its U.S.-based employees. More
4:22pm: This timeline tracks the major developments in the case of Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post journalist who was detained by Iranian authorities in July 2014. More
11:51am: Southwest travelers may see flight delays and long lines for check-ins after technical problems forced the company to check in customers manually on Sunday. More
9:13am: After leaving the military and CIA, David Petraeus is now advising Wall Street on scary situations around the world. The KKR exec is also betting on Big Data. More
7:27pm: Elon Musk recently called Apple a "Tesla graveyard" that hires all the employees he's fired. But now he says he doesn't hate Apple. More
6:05pm: In 2014, an average of six bars a day shut down, according to a new Nielsen TDLinx report. More
5:33pm: Hillary Clinton sat down with Black Lives Matter and other young black activists. More
5:01pm: Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer told CNN International anchor Richard Quest that concern's about China's slowdown is pushing back the Fed's decision to raise rates. More
5:00pm: The CEO of a drug company vowed on national TV to lower the price of a drug below $750. That has yet to happen two weeks later. More
4:40pm: Yes, the new chip-enabled credit cards are more safe than what used to be in our wallets. But they aren't bullet-proof against fraud. More
4:24pm: Oregon, which began selling pot on October 1, has sold over $10.8 million worth of pot. More
3:14pm: Fiat Chrysler ups the top pay for new hires to $28 an hour, closing most of the pay gap with veteran workers that sparked rejection of previous deal. More
2:36pm: Michael Dell is on the verge of the biggest tech deal ever. But he needs to raise a ton of debt before the market's next freakout. More
1:52pm: Enthusiasm from insiders has evaporated. It's a cautionary sign. More
1:43pm: Fox Sports is being criticized for using clips of Donald Trump to promote a soccer match between the U.S. and Mexico. More
12:57pm: Don't wait to get your canned pumpkin for Thanksgiving pies, as the harvest of pumpkins used in pies is down about 50% this year. More
12:48pm: GQ columnist Drew Magary has touched off a Fox News furor with a profane piece on Ben Carson. More
12:36pm: The Pentagon is prohibiting military veterans from using GI Bill funding to pay for tuition at the University of Phoenix. More
11:31am: Jim Chanos, the hedge fund billionaire, is bullish on America. And President Obama is a big part of the reason why. More
11:00am: For two months, the owner of Nevada's Bunny Ranch Brothel is matching sex workers' student debt payments. More
10:09am: Fan files federal lawsuit seeking class action status, charging that typical fantasy sports fans hurt by DraftKings and FanDuel employees playing with insider information. More
10:04am: The U.S. is running low on truckers and trucking advocates argue that the shortage could damage the U.S. economy. More
9:37am: SpaceIL just landed a deal to launch their spacecraft, putting them in position to make space travel history and win XPrize's $20 million reward. More
8:50am: Oil prices have broken above the $50 per barrel mark for the first time since July. More
8:46am: Volkswagen pumps money into more than half of Germany's top soccer teams, a financial commitment that is likely to suffer as the cost of its diesel scandal escalates. More
7:32am: Upscale grocer says Papillon organic Roquefort cheese is at risk of listeria contamination. More
7:04am: Danny Miller is a self-taught investor from Mobile, Alabama. He's better at figuring out stock prices and company earnings than most Walll Street pros. More
6:27am: Here's where Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Jimmy Kimmel stand since the debut of the new "Late Show." More
6:07am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:00am: IMF's Christine Lagarde avoided blaming China for lackluster global economic growth on Thursday, framing the country's deep slowdown as the "healthy" result of needed reforms. More
10:43pm: John Sculley met with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and several cast members of "Steve Jobs" to offer first-hand knowledge of Apple history. More
6:22pm: The National Domestic Workers Alliance introduced a new initiative, Good Work Code, to set standards and protections for on-demand workers. More
6:19pm: AT&T turns on Wi-Fi Calling feature to help people make calls when cell service is limited. More
5:47pm: OPM can't be entrusted with sensitive records, like security clearance data, according to Congressmen Ted Lieu and Steve Russell. More
5:13pm: The ride-hailing company is offering cheaper gas, instant payment and discounted rental cars for new drivers. More
5:02pm: Hillary Clinton unveiled her major plan to curb Wall Street's excesses. It's a very modest proposal compared to rivals like Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley. More
4:00pm: DraftKings and FanDuel ads have swamped TV with $205 million worth of ads so far this year. More
4:00pm: JetBlue is opening a blue potato farm and a garden at New York City's John F. Kennedy airport. More
3:21pm: In light of Ben Carson's call to arm teachers, we talked to some teachers to see how they felt about the issue. More
2:56pm: Donald Trump's latest media targets are conservative journalists Erick Erickson and Glenn Beck. More
2:19pm: Speaker John Boehner cancels "Tonight Show" appearance after Rep. McCarthy quits race to succeed Boehner. More
1:59pm: A hacker who spent time in prison is seeking revenge on his federal prosecutors by threatening to expose their accounts on dating site Ashley Madison. More
1:40pm: Netflix is about to cost you a bit more. The popular streaming TV service is hiking the cost of its standard plan from $8.99 a month to $9.99. More
1:17pm: Bill Gross filed suit on Thursday against Pimco, demanding hundreds of millions of dollars over alleged wrongful termination. More
1:14pm: Judge denies request by Paul Smith's College to change its name in order to secure huge donation from philanthropist Joan Weill? More
12:39pm: Cheap gas is saving Americans a lot of money in 2015. They say they've been saving it, but new evidence suggests otherwise. More
12:22pm: Facebook will begin testing a set of new emotions and reactions on its platform Friday for users in Ireland and Spain. More
11:56am: Ben Carson defends Rupert Murdoch over his "real black president" tweet. Murdoch hasn't been shy about his admiration for Carson. More
11:55am: Jim Chanos, who correctly realized China's economy was in trouble, is now betting against Elon Musk. More
11:28am: Verizon is planning to raise the price of unlimited data plans from $29.99 to $49.99 per month. No more low-cost grandfathered unlimited for you! More
10:46am: Volkswagen's headquarters was raided on Thursday by German police investigating the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. More
10:34am: Democrat Bernie Sanders is surging lately in t-shirt, mug and bumper sticker sales. More
10:04am: Head of Volkswagen's U.S. operations and EPA officials face tough questions about the scandal that allowed VW to cheat on emission tests for years. More
9:38am: Bkr, a company that makes glass water bottles, is launching a new 250mL "Teeny" bottle. More
9:33am: The final episode of 'The Great British Bake Off' smashed viewing records, attracting a peak audience of 14.5 million people and generating another hit for the BBC. More
9:20am: A global clampdown on corporate tax cheats is set to be approved Thursday after two years of negotiations. More
8:38am: Amazon launches Etsy-style online store for handmade crafts. More
8:20am: Stephen Hawking answers personal questions and inquiries about AI in his first-ever Reddit AMA. More
8:02am: Donald Trump is cracking down on other people selling 'Make America Great Again' hats and shirts. More
7:17am: Bud brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev wants to buy rival SABMiller so badly it is bypassing the board and appealing directly to investors to back its $104 billion bid. More
6:47am: Stanley Cooper had guarded the Las Vegas federal courthouse for nearly two decades when a gunman stormed the building and fatally shot him. But when his family applied for the benefits the government promises to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, they were denied. More
6:04am: Karim Abouelnaga turned down a job on Wall Street to address a problem that set him back as a low-income student: the summer slide. More
6:01am: Germany just suffered its biggest monthly fall in exports in more than six years, due to slowing demand from China. More
4:57am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:34am: Two Chinese startups backed by Alibaba and Tencent are joining forces. More
2:44am: Newspaper publisher Gannett will pay $280 million for smaller publishing group Journal Media. More
2:23am: As most Latin American currencies lose significant value against the dollar, Costa Rica's currency, the colon, has made a small gain. More
1:54am: Magazine publishes contact information for every member of Congress More
1:37am: U.S. firms are losing millions of dollars annually to cybercrime, even as the cost to hackers themselves falls. More
12:34am: Lumber Liquidators will pay $10 million in a settlement with the Department of Justice More
9:57pm: Bill Simmons doubled down on his criticism of ESPN during a public appearance Wednesday More
9:43pm: Rupert Murdoch, one of the world's most powerful media moguls, posted a tweet Wednesday night that seemingly questioned whether President Obama is a "real black president." More
8:34pm: Matthew Keys could face up to 25 years in prison following his conviction of helping Anonymous hack a story in the Los Angeles Times. More
6:53pm: Startup Light thinks its new, pocket-sized $1,700 gadget could replace DSLR cameras. More
6:49pm: Don't let his preppy looks, CEO title and Harvard pedigree fool you, Zevia CEO Paddy Spence was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Here's his American success story. More
6:36pm: Blacks who bought their homes before or after the Great Recession were much more likely than whites to experience major declines in their overall net worth. More
6:13pm: Deutsche Bank announced a $7 billion loss Wednesday related to a write down in its corporate banking segment. More
5:00pm: American scientists are using Twitter as an early-warning system to catch earthquakes. More
4:21pm: Negotiators for the United Auto Workers union and Fiat Chrysler were back at the table Wednesday, with hours to go before a possible strike. More
2:16pm: The Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal is about to take center stage before lawmakers on Capitol Hill. More
2:03pm: One of the largest pension funds in the country says it needs to cut benefits for 273,000 current and future retirees as soon as July. Otherwise, it won't be able to pay any benefits after 2025. More
1:13pm: Writer Daniel Okrent came up with the idea of fantasy baseball 36 years ago. As fantasy sports grew into a multi-billion dollar industry, he never profited from it. More
12:52pm: Read the entire New York Times strategy memo More
12:44pm: The Houston Astros win over the New York Yankees brought in the biggest MLB ratings for ESPN in 12 years. More
12:37pm: A new analysis from the Bipartisan Policy Center estimates the U.S. Treasury will not be able to pay all the country's bills in full and on time sometime between Nov. 10 and Nov. 19. More
12:33pm: These two fantasy football players won more than $100,000 on FanDuel and DraftKings earlier this NFL season. Now they sound off on the cheating scandal rocking the industry. More
12:31pm: A New York Times memo outlines for its staff how it plans to carry out its "transformation" and double its digital income to $800 million by 2020. More
11:48am: If enough fans start to wonder whether fantasy sports is a scam, the multi-billion industry could quickly go bust. More
11:09am: Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin has reached a divorce settlement with his ex-wife, Anne Dias Griffin. The couple entered into talks this week, avoiding a public trial that was scheduled to begin Monday. More
10:14am: Google releases AMP to help speed up loading time on your mobile devices. More
9:48am: Organizers for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, are making cuts to ensure they stay within their $1.9 billion budget. More
9:42am: All the financial security in the world doesn't amount to much if you don't have people you can share the simple joys of life with. More
9:10am: Startup Zendrive released a new report detailing which cities are safest to hail an on-demand ride based on driver behavior. More
8:14am: IAC's Barry Diller says if Donald Trump is elected president he'll leave the country "or join the resistance." More
7:29am: Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal has increased his stake in Twitter, days after the social network named Jack Dorsey as its permanent CEO. More
5:51am: Peet's Coffee & Tea is bringing cold brew pioneer Stumptown Coffee Roasters into its fold. More
5:10am: Volkswagen is planning to start recalling millions of diesel vehicles in January, and the work will take a year to complete. More
4:52am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:44am: There's a huge disparity in the price of common health care tests and visits within cities and nationwide, according to new study. More
4:22am: SABMiller has rejected a takeover bid from AB InBev worth $104 billion, saying it substantially undervalues the brewer. More
3:28am: Many credit card companies and banks ban their customers from filing class action lawsuits, but you'd have to read the fine print to find out. More
1:31am: ABC Family will take the moniker "Freeform" in January 2016 More
1:14am: Japan might be holding off on stimulus for now, but economists expect policies to change by the end of the month. More
12:36am: Jay Leno returned to "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday night surprising Jimmy Fallon's monologue. More
12:34am: The New York attorney general has started an inquiry into allegations that employees of fantasy sports companies used inside information to win major payouts. More