Week at a glance: All stories

9:59pm: Another quarter, another set of disappointing results for Samsung. Time for a reinvention! More
6:35pm: Mark Zuckerberg lashed out at an analyst during an earnings call, evoking Tim Cook's similar tirade last year. More
6:35pm: For broadcast television, this is the Year of the African-American Viewer. More
6:09pm: Don Thompson will leave the company on March 1 and will be replaced by Steve Easterbrook, who has headed up the McDonald's business in Europe. More
5:51pm: There is interest in remaking the British anthology series "Black Mirror" for an American audience, but for now the company that owns the show isn't saying much about it. More
5:30pm: Apple just posted the biggest quarterly profit in corporate history and Carl Icahn, one of its biggest investors, still believes the stock is super cheap. More
4:46pm: One of the in-flight catalog's vendors wants to buy the company's assets and reinvent it for the Internet age. More
4:37pm: NBC has (finally) crossed the goal line and sold out all of its Super Bowl ad time, at a record average price of $4.5 million per 30-second spot. More
4:20pm: Facebook's earnings jumped 34%, as nearly all users are accessing the social network on smartphones. More
4:14pm: Decades of declining oil production has been reversed since Obama took office, leading to the largest increase in the nation's history. More
4:03pm: Up to 6 million uninsured Americans will owe an Obamacare penalty. More
3:14pm: The Kentucky senator has re-introduced legislation to audit the Federal Reserve. More
2:39pm: "I feel pretty stupid that I don't know any foreign languages," Gates said Wednesday in an online Reddit chat. More
2:29pm: The Federal Reserve is very upbeat about the U.S. economy. Rate hikes could be come sooner rather than later. More
1:53pm: His name has been synonymous with blogging for nearly 15 years. But on Wednesday, The Daily Dish's Andrew Sullivan announced that he will "stop blogging in the near future." More
1:49pm: The IRS said it has carried out thousands of audits of offshore schemes and pursued criminal charges that have resulted in "billions of dollars in criminal fines and restitutions." And it won't stop there. More
1:32pm: Greece and its international lenders have embarked on a battle over the country's staggering debt. Other European countries have most to lose. More
1:01pm: Shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba are falling on counterfeit goods concerns while Yahoo is up on spin-off plans. But Alibaba is expected to report huge increases in sales and profits. More
12:11pm: Greece's banks were slammed Wednesday as the country's new anti-austerity government abandoned commitments made to its international lenders. More
12:03pm: Is the Waze app really that dangerous to police? Not really. They're operating in public anyway: in uniform and in marked police cars. More
11:54am: The global economy is heading south in the eyes of Wall Streets bearish forecasters. U.S. markets likely to follow. More
11:37am: Everyone knows walking around with a map and a camera are dead giveaways, but there are some less obvious ways you can make your status known. More
11:25am: Tim Cook has a lot of money to burn. He could use Apple's cash to buy Disney. Or Amazon and Netflix combined. More
10:48am: The best TV deals for the Super Bowl are happening now. If you wait, you might miss out until the fall. More
10:24am: Estimates from experts vary between $500 million and $1 billion, but analyst Evan Gold echoed the sentiment of his peers: it "wasn't a big deal." More
10:15am: Russia is raiding its national infrastructure fund to save its cash-starved banks. More
10:03am: Rove fights back on the notion that Republicans dislike the poor. He and Democrat James Carville debate the strength of the U.S. economy. More
9:58am: During Apple's record-setting quarter, it sold more iPhones than BlackBerry sold smartphones over the past three years. More
9:50am: Ford recalls 205,000 cars, including Taurus, Lincoln MKS and Interceptor police sedans. There's a problem with the door handle which could cause the door to come unlatched in an accident. More
9:23am: The upscale burger chain now expects to sell shares at a price between $17 and $19 each, up from $14 and $16 previously. More
9:10am: Rejected GoDaddy ads usually feature raunchy material. Not this time. More
9:02am: Qatar has added to its bulging portfolio of prime London real estate by clinching a deal to buy Canary Wharf, home to several skyscrapers housing the city's biggest banks. More
7:33am: After 123 straight days of gas price declines, the price of gas edged higher on Tuesday and stayed level on Wednesday. More
6:39am: Neon is a major trend in sports uniforms, because young fans are more likely to buy clothing with fluorescent colors. More
5:08am: The Chinese government has released a report accusing Alibaba for failing to battle counterfeits on its shopping sites. More
5:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:33am: Prices for rough diamonds are losing their sparkle as a liquidity squeeze starves the industry of much-needed capital. At the same time the souring global economy is putting pressure on spending in the luxury sector. More
2:58am: China has beefed up its Great Firewall yet again, this time cracking down on virtual private networks, or VPNs. More
1:43am: China's ongoing anti-corruption drive has claimed another victim: The country's obsessive pursuit of gold medals. More
9:43pm: Military officials flatly deny Fox News and NBC reports that a decision has been made to charge Bowe Bergdahl with desertion. Fox's source is not backing down. More
5:43pm: To find a financial adviser who's skilled and trustworthy and not an outright charlatan who just wants to separate you from your money, here are five questions you should ask before hiring someone to help you with your investments. More
4:26pm: Shares rose as much as 8% after Yahoo said it will spin off its remaining 15% stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba in a tax-free transaction. More
4:09pm: Meteorologist Gary Szatkowski apologized on Twitter for getting the blizzard of 2015 forecast wrong for New York. More
4:07pm: Some 9.5 million Americans have signed up for Obamacare 2.0 plans for 2015 coverage. Open enrollment runs through Feb. 15. More
3:55pm: The FCC has warned hotels that Wi-Fi hotspot blocking is strictly prohibited. More
3:49pm: American Express and MasterCard are preparing to let customers use their credit cards in Cuba. More
3:35pm: The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray, explains that financial education is just part of the equation when it comes to attaining true financial well-being. Americans also need to change their financial habits and behaviors. More
2:35pm: After a season that included harsh criticism of NFL for not doing enough on domestic violence, Super Bowl will include spot drawing attention to the issue. More
1:40pm: Most tax preparers are honest and don't scam their clients. But some do. Here's how to spot them before they mess with you. More
1:02pm: Google to bring high-speed Internet service to Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh-Durham. More
12:26pm: Jeffrey Gundlach thinks energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens is wrong about oil rebounding in the coming months. More
12:13pm: Facebook gets court orders from Turkey to block pages depicting Mohammed, the Muslim prophet. More
11:41am: Apple's record iPhone sales helped the company record the biggest corporate profit in U.S. history. More
11:08am: Big companies are giving big red flags about their profit and sales outlooks for 2015. More
10:38am: CNN and other major media companies are setting up shop inside Snapchat, the fast-growing messaging app that has big aspirations to showcase news stories and entertainment. More
10:24am: Oil's fall is industrial companies like Caterpillar hard, a concerning sign for the economic recovery. More
9:31am: The Case-Shiller index of home prices in major U.S. cities shows a continued slowdown, raising concerns about the housing market for 2015. More
7:43am: Prices for natural gas are bouncing this morning in New York as a blizzard blasts through the northeastern United States. More
6:24am: Many parts of Europe are on sale now that the euro is at an 11-year low against the U.S. dollar. More
6:17am: Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss aren't worried about Bitcoin's recent struggles. They believe the cryptocurrency is the Visa and Mastercard of the future. More
5:29am: Apple's earnings are expected to be so good that they are distorting the estimated growth rate for the entire S&P 500. More
5:08am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:26am: Millions of Americans who lost their homes in the recession may become eligible to buy a new home beginning this year, according to a report. More
9:07pm: Sorry, Alibaba. Internet portal Tencent is the most valuable brand in China. More
6:00pm: The league announced on Monday that fans will be able to watch official NFL highlights on YouTube. More
5:36pm: On demand delivery startup Wunwun is expecting its order volume to double by the time they close up shop on Monday. All thanks to a blizzard. More
5:11pm: Sales of nearly every non-Windows product were up, helping Microsoft's revenue grow 8%. More
4:39pm: The Fox News Channel has ground-floor studios at the building where the shooting took place. More
4:05pm: Solid economic growth over the next few years should help keep the federal deficit at a very modest level until 2018. But after that, the nation's deficit will start growing again, the Congressional Budget Office said in its latest 10-year outlook. More
3:19pm: Amazon Studio boss Roy Price has two big reasons why Amazon is going into the movie business. More
2:43pm: The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq both plan on staying open Monday and Tuesday, despite the massive snowstorm set to slam into the Northeast. More
2:30pm: Apple Pay will barely move the needle in Apple's quarterly financial statement on Tuesday. More
2:24pm: The credit ratings agency says Russian bonds are speculative, or junk, as the nation's economy slips towards recession. More
2:21pm: Identity thieves are stealing people's Social Security numbers and other key pieces of personal information in order to file a fraudulent tax return and claim a refund, the IRS warned Monday. More
2:17pm: Severe winter storms cost airlines a ton of money -- but they actually hit passengers harder. More
2:03pm: Uber is putting a lid on fares as this blizzard approaches, keeping prices in line with where they have stood recently. More
12:58pm: As the snow hits the Northeast, shoppers are stocking up on a lot more than bread and milk. More
12:17pm: IBM calls report of 112,000 layoffs "ridiculous" and "baseless." But layoffs are coming. More
11:29am: Shares of a generator company, snow plow manufacturer and a salt maker are enjoying the Blizzard of 2015. More
11:13am: Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk is heralded as greatest living inventor in latest episode of animated comedy, but show takes some shots at his business record. More
11:05am: A major snowstorm can be a major disruption to the economy, leaving some buried in losses while others see a spike in business. More
10:40am: Ebay and Gannett are two companies that Carl Icahn has targeted. Is it really good for long-term investors? More
10:14am: Philip Morris used to be a 'go to' dividend stock. Not anymore. Here are three better buys. More
9:50am: The struggling toy maker says CEO Bryan Stockton will be replaced by long-time board member Christopher Sinclair. More
9:33am: First introduced in 2007 as way of sifting through Twitter's newsfeed, the hashtag has since spawned new tech businesses and become a pop culture phenom that retailers are cashing in on. More
9:31am: Syriza's victory in Greek elections has sent a charge of worry through Europe, and puts Greece's economic future in doubt. So what happens next? More
8:24am: Europe's top officials are playing it tough with the new leaders of Greece, saying the country must follow the rules agreed by all countries using the euro. More
8:16am: It's illegal to fly drones into the White House property -- in case it's not already obvious. More
7:53am: Coinbase, which has served as a platform for merchants and Bitcoin users to transact business, set to open first U.S.-based exchange Monday. More
7:42am: Disney Cruise Line to offer "Frozen" theme cruise this summer. More
6:36am: PwC has developed a computer game to simulate how hackers attack a company. It's called Game of Threats, and it's actually pretty neat. More
4:58am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
11:37pm: The euro slid early Monday after anti-austerity party Syriza's victory in Greek elections this weekend added to concerns over the currency's stability. More
4:14pm: A potentially "historic and destructive" nor'easter is expected to plow north through New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts -- including New York City and Boston -- starting Monday and could cripple travel in the region. More
3:13pm: Silicon Valley puts a premium on creativity, and some in the tech community view psychedelic drugs as a way to approach major problems differently. More
3:11pm: HBO's Silicon Valley is a comedy about the culture of the tech industry. Co-creator Mike Judge sat down with CNNMoney to talk about some of the absurdities of this exploding community. More
3:07pm: Nootropics, or smart drugs, are part of an emerging movement to 'hack' your body and maximize its potential. More
3:03pm: Swinger's parties are nothing new, but in Silicon Valley, smart phones and mobile apps have the modernized the experience. More
2:58pm: Product manager Miju Han opens up about her polyamorous relationships, which aren't uncommon in Silicon Valley. More
2:53pm: Daniel Kottke's college days in the '70 were pretty prosaic: Pink Floyd, a pastoral campus and hallucinogens. The only thing that was remarkable was his fellow traveler: Steve Jobs. More
11:47am: Bob Dylan is sending seniors free copies of his latest album, tucking 50,000 copies into the next edition of "AARP The Magazine," according to the retirement group. More
10:26am: Senator Bernie Sanders points to seven priorities -- including "a major federal jobs program" and raising taxes on the wealthy -- he says will rebuild "the disappearing middle class." More
8:44am: Target-date funds have become a wildly popular option among those seeking a hands-off approach to retirement investing. But not all of these funds are created equally. More
8:14am: Investors get to check Corporate America's pulse as over 140 S&P 500 companies report earnings this week. More
5:55pm: The gender equality campaign HeForShe, which gained widespread attention in September, has now become a little more corporate. More
2:51pm: "American Sniper" is poised to exceed Hollywood expectations at the box office yet again. More
2:48pm: Let's be blunt: The central banks have done all they can, and now it's 'sink or swim' time for the global economy. More
8:11am: While the cathedral's money declined, America's biggest bank got rich, the lawsuit claims. More
5:26pm: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
4:48pm: Healthcare.gov was secretly sharing information that let marketers know if you smoked. It has since stopped. More
4:08pm: Company says Sports Illustrated layoffs were driven by 'economic circumstances.' More
3:41pm: After a $105 million opening weekend, the highest-grossing January movie release ever, "American Sniper," is starting its second weekend by setting yet another record. More
2:47pm: Imprisoned Ponzi mastermind bashes media and court-appointed trustee. More
1:58pm: The collapse in oil prices will save China $100 billion in just six months. More
1:12pm: JPMorgan pays its CEO $7.4 million cash bonus, totaling $20 million in 2014 pay. More
12:31pm: Billionaire investor George Soros says the European Central Bank's decision to start printing money might backfire. More
12:19pm: Tax season is prime time for cons. Tax scammers are sending out so-called "phishing emails" that appear to be from the IRS and claim that the recipient either owes money or is due a refund. More
12:17pm: Hershey has forced an importer to stop selling proper British chocolates in the United States, angering fans of Cadbury and Toffee Crisps. More
12:11pm: Kevin Johnson used to be the CEO of tech firm Juniper Networks. He was just named COO of Starbucks. More
12:08pm: France has promised to accelerate efforts to revive its economy, taking advantage of a window of opportunity provided by the European Central Bank's massive stimulus program. More
12:08pm: The National Hockey League is partnering with GoPro to get hockey fans closer to the action than ever before. More
12:04pm: The oil price meltdown is costing thousands of jobs. That means people won't be looking for new homes. More
11:06am: The Sundance Film Festival always tries to reflect the times, and this year that means featuring several films that relate to the ongoing anti-police brutality protest movement. More
10:56am: SkyMall catalog lands in bankruptcy More
10:38am: Alibaba's founder Jack Ma says his company is still in its infancy and he wants to serve two billion consumers globally. More
10:27am: Microsoft's next version of Office will come in two forms: Office universal apps and Office 2016. More
10:09am: McDonald's sorely needs a turnaround. Look for a simpler and healthier menu soon. More
10:05am: The package delivery giant warns that its fourth-quarter results will be weaker than expected, citing costs tied to preparations for the holiday rush. More
9:53am: Investor demand for online storage company Box is in the clouds. Stock soars as trading begins. More
9:50am: Uber says it has resumed operations in New Delhi, six weeks after one of its drivers was accused of rape and the service was banned. More
8:44am: The rich have a message for the 99%: Don't hate us, we are good for you. More
8:30am: AT&T alerts don't look legitimate enough. It's too easy to make fake AT&T alerts to scam you. More
8:27am: Elite Russian political and business leaders are warning the U.S. and Europe not to push their luck too far as the sides clash over sanctions. More
8:02am: Tim Cook and other Apple executives had massive paydays in 2014 as a result of the company's record year. More
7:28am: Shazam is now valued at $1 billion despite the fact it doesn't generate a profit. It's hardly alone. More
6:24am: An icon of the early years of rock-n-roll, Lewis is selling off a Harley-Davidson that was given to him in 1959 and that he's owned ever since. More
6:20am: Dressing in flannel shirts and boots is the trend right now. LL Bean is hot, but Lands' End is struggling. More
6:18am: Google will sell wireless service directly to customers over Sprint and T-Mobile's networks, according to multiple reports. More
5:42am: Depreciation is the biggest cost of owning a car and these vehicles depreciate the least. More
5:39am: Sony has been forced to delay its quarterly earnings report as the company struggles to repair computer systems that were damaged in a cyberattack ahead of its release of "The Interview." More
5:15am: Think you're paid what you're worth? Explore how your salary compares to the average earnings in your country, then see where your wage sits globally. More
3:42am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:07am: Li Ka-shing's Hutchison Whampoa is in talks to pay up to £10.25 billion ($15.4 billion) for U.K. mobile operator O2 More
7:08pm: Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud has died. The country is a top oil producer. More
5:35pm: The New York Police Department has stepped up security for media companies that republished Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. More
5:25pm: Doing business in China can still pay off big-time, but increasingly it's on China's terms. More
4:45pm: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg has made it her personal mission to get more women connected to the Internet in developing countries. More
4:37pm: Federal and state regulators say loan officers at Wells Fargo and JPMorgan steered business to a Maryland title company in exchange for cash payments. More
4:08pm: On a visit to the Beretta USA factory in Maryland, I fired the classic M9, and also the new M9A3 that was just submitted to the Army. More
3:40pm: Gold is soaring after the Swiss franc shocker and the European Central Bank stimulus plan. More
2:35pm: New players like Amazon are competing with longtime buyers like the Weinstein Company. And the deals are expected to demonstrate the digital transformation underway in Hollywood. More
2:19pm: While most shows fall in ratings after their premiere, Fox's 'Empire' grows stronger with audiences. More
2:06pm: Ten ex-workers in Virginia claim they were fired because of their race after a supervisor allegedly told them that there were "too many black people in the store." More
1:38pm: The boss of Western Union says it's much harder being an immigrant in Europe than in the U.S. More
1:37pm: Ford aims to have 125 engineers, researchers and scientists in Palo Alto, Calif., working on self-driving cars and connectivity features, by the end of this year. More
1:33pm: Scammers impersonating IRS agents are targeting the elderly and new immigrants threatening them with arrest, deportation or the loss of their driver's license. And the IRS says this scam is on the rise, topping its list of "Dirty Dozen" tax scams this year. More
1:26pm: T-Mobile reveals that half of Americans don't have sufficiently good credit to qualify for the company's best plans. More
1:13pm: Wall Street is saying 'Bellissimo!' to the big QE announcement by the European Central Bank. You should too. More
12:58pm: America's favorite low-cost carrier expects to save half a billion in the first quarter alone on fuel. The stock is up 7%. More
12:49pm: Switzerland has the most overvalued currency in the world, according to the Economist's Big Mac index. Ukraine and Russia have the most undervalued currencies. More
12:33pm: Europe won't even think about relaxing sanctions on Russia unless it sticks to a Ukraine peace agreement signed four months ago. More
11:47am: The billionaire power couple believe banking -- specifically the mobile variety -- can help lift millions out of poverty. More
11:26am: Ellen Gordon, who has served as president of Tootsie Roll for 37 years, tapped as CEO following passing of her husband. More
11:08am: BlackBerry has said it isn't talking to Samsung. But the market refuses to believe it. Shares surged again on more takeover rumors. But why would Samsung want BlackBerry? More
10:37am: Oil workers in North Dakota's boomtown fear for their jobs as oil prices collapse, but others in town are mostly unfazed. More
10:24am: New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick talked about DeflateGate in front of a Gillette Flexball banner. More
9:29am: A handwritten manuscript by mathematician Alan Turing, subject of the Oscar-nominated movie, is expected to sell for at least $1 million. More
9:10am: Once he made some money, this poker player tried settling down. But he found he was happier on the road. More
8:30am: A new study shows that states with more college-educated people tend to have higher iPhone sales. More
8:28am: The chief content officer at Netflix says the company "can probably launch successfully ... around 20 original scripted shows a year." More
8:17am: 60% of American metro areas are still below their pre-recession levels when it comes to jobs and growth. More
8:02am: The European Central Bank said it would pump 60 billion euros into the region's economy each month until the end of September 2016. More
7:24am: A first hand test of Microsoft's new augmented reality goggles. More
7:16am: One of China's top government officials, Premier Li Keqiang, is reassuring markets that his country will avoid a much-feared "hard landing" as economic growth slows. More
7:11am: Cybercrime is now the top risk businesses face, says Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins. More
6:05am: The most chilled delegates at the World Economic Forum are a group of snowmen with a serious message. More
5:29am: After steadfastly refusing to pay an "absolutely outrageous" tax bill demanded by American authorities, the mayor of London is back in the good graces of the IRS. More
5:20am: It's decision time in Greece. National elections on Sunday are widely seen as a vote on years of punishing austerity, and whether its citizens can handle much more. More
5:16am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:03am: Britain's capital grew more than any other western city last year, according to a new Brookings report More
12:11am: Hartford, Connecticut has a higher gross domestic product per capita than Paris, Geneva and New York. More