Week at a glance: All stories

2:12am: Three former Treasury secretaries believe America's biggest risk lies from within, not from Asia. More
2:03am: Those in the market for a new condo in New York City next year can expect to pay more than $3 million. More
8:03pm: BlackBerry CEO John Chen is very open to working with Apple on security despite the two companies' smartphone rivalry. More
7:56pm: 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
6:34pm: An Oregon bakery that refused to bake a cake for a lesbian couple's wedding had its crowdfunding page shut down after just one day. More
5:43pm: Tech devices -- from drones to Raspberry Pis -- got a lot of love onstage at the 2015 Matrix Awards honoring powerful women. Here's why. More
5:02pm: A majority of H&R Block clients who had received federal help to pay for their health insurance in 2014 saw their tax refunds reduced. Why? They had underestimated their income when they applied for premium tax credits. More
4:55pm: If Yankees follow through on threat not to pay A-Rod $6 million for reaching first home run milestone, the union is likely to fight for the money for him. More
4:49pm: Soaring iPhone sales helped Apple post near-record revenue and profit. More
3:44pm: It's about time. Now you can Facetime and Skype your friends through Facebook Messenger. More
2:10pm: A survey by UC-Berkeley found that 47% of its PhD students and 37% of graduate students were depressed. More
1:30pm: Even if you printed out the entire contents of the internet, where would you put all the papers? More
1:00pm: ESPN said Monday that it has sued Verizon as the public feud over the telecommunications company's new cable plan continues to escalate. More
12:41pm: Shares of Tesla soared following some bullish remarks from Wall Street analysts. Elon Musk's electric car company is now up in 2015 after a really tough start. More
12:28pm: Google says it wants to buy people's patents, hoping to make the patent purchasing situation easier for inventors. More
11:27am: Microsoft is ending support for Microsoft Server 2003 in July. That means no more patches and upgrades -- and more exposure to hackers. More
10:52am: The tech-heavy index, home to Apple, Facebook and Google, is finally back above 5,000 and at a new all-time high. Some think it could hit soon 6,000. But are investors too enthusiastic? More
10:08am: Governments, charities and companies have begun contributing money and other relief as Nepal struggles to recover from a devastating earthquake. More
9:55am: Russia's space program budget has been slashed by a third as low oil prices and tough western sanctions hurt. More
9:03am: Google and Facebook have built tools, such as Person Finder and Safety Check, which help people locate their loved ones in Nepal. More
8:01am: Kiev Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko says there's no better time for investors to take a closer look at Ukraine, even as fighting continues in the east. More
7:45am: Imagine having a three-day weekend every week and being paid the same full-time salary. It can be done if your employer offers you the option of a compressed workweek. More
7:19am: The Food and Drug Administration says Nylabone Puppy Starter Kit dog chews are being recalled for potential Salmonella contamination. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:44am: A major earthquake was the last thing Nepal needed. Even before one of the country's major fault lines rumbled to life, the country was beset by challenges. More
11:44pm: For-profit Corinthian College network is shutting its remaining 28 ground campuses effective today. More
9:04pm: Chipotle co-CEO Steve Ells told CNNMoney that his restaurants are removing GMO ingredients from its food. More
8:51pm: Dan Fredinburg was killed while hiking Mount Everest during the Nepal earthquake Saturday. Those close to him share what he was like. More
6:08pm: Charlie Evens hacked into women's email accounts, stole nude photos and sold them to a revenge porn website. In an exclusive interview, he opens up to CNNMoney. More
5:49pm: The law protecting victims of revenge porn is lagging, leaving many women with few tools to fight back. Victims do have one surprising option: Law firm K&L Gates and its pro bono initiative the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project. More
5:27pm: For some victims of revenge porn, copyright law has been the only way to get their naked pictures off the Internet. More
5:24pm: There are many sites on the open web devoted to revenge porn. Dig a little deeper, and it gets even worse. More
5:19pm: Reddit took a public stance against revenge porn and non-consensual nude images. Here's why. More
2:49pm: Revenge porn can be hard to define and even harder to prosecute. And victims say it's almost impossible to get their naked photos off the Internet. More
1:07pm: The highly-anticipated movie "Avengers: Age of Ultron" has only opened in 55% of its overseas markets yet has already pulled in an estimated $201 million in box office sales. More
11:14am: Questions about NBC's internal investigation into Brian Williams are mounting, but the network won't be announcing any decision about the anchorman's future for several weeks. More
9:30am: Stock market records may be harder to come by this year with the economy slowing and the Federal Reserve removing 'steroids.' More
8:23am: Google X privacy director Dan Fredinburg was killed in an avalanche on Mt. Everest during a massive Nepal earthquake. More
2:37pm: Piech had tried, but failed to oust CEO Martin Winterkorn. More
12:41pm: The in-house investigators assigned to look into Brian Williams' past reports have documented at least 10 instances of exaggerations and embellishments by the NBC anchorman. More
10:08am: There are innumerable reactions to Bruce Jenner's announcement about being a transgender woman, but the dominant reaction is the most human one of them all: love. More
12:17am: Coming out as transgender is probably easier than it ever has been, but it is still hard and shamefully unsafe. Keep up your resilience and know that you are making the world a better place. More
12:11am: Bruce Jenner will follow up on his extraordinary interview with Diane Sawyer by further sharing life as a transgender woman in a reality TV series for the E! cable channel. More
8:09pm: Starbucks computer problems has some stores giving away free coffee. More
5:09pm: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he's 'lucky' to have 'married' three parts of his business that many people worried wouldn't work at first: Marketplace, Prime, and Amazon Web Services. More
4:17pm: After weeks of rumors and anticipation, ABC finally airs "Bruce Jenner: The Interview." More
2:10pm: Shares in Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo dropped sharply Friday after hoaxers claimed its CEO had quit after faking billions in profits. More
2:00pm: For a very long time, Al Franken was a very lonely man on the subject of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger. More
1:55pm: Mary Barra, first female CEO of GM, getting 78% more than Dan Akerson who held job before her. More
1:47pm: Talk about crapping out. Elaine Wynn has been kicked off the board of the casino empire she helped build. More
1:44pm: Pepsi is changing the artificial sweetener it uses in Diet Pepsi, Caffeine Free Diet Pepsi and Wild Cherry Diet Pepsi sold in the U.S. starting in August. More
1:11pm: Apple is likely to post huge growth in sales and profits thanks to the popularity of the iPhone 6. Here are all the numbers to keep an eye on in the report. More
12:39pm: Facetune is the kind of app we've always wanted but felt too guilty and vain to download. More
12:22pm: Mattel has decided not to renew its licensing agreement with SeaWorld amid an ongoing backlash over the animal park's treatment of orcas. More
11:27am: Starbucks reported huge growth in sales and profits. The stock is at a record high. So much for that social media backlash against CEO Howard Schultz. More
11:08am: A week before "Avengers: Age of Ultron" opens in the U.S., the Marvel film debuts big internationally. More
10:45am: If you look closely at a Google Maps image of Rawalpindi, you'll see and Android peeing on an Apple logo. More
10:37am: Four major U.S. airlines posted record profits in the first quarter due to big fuel savings but savings didn't translate into lower fares. More
10:28am: Abercrombie & Fitch will no longer hire store workers based on looks and is doing away with shirtless models at special events as it seeks to move beyond the policies of former CEO Michael Jeffries. More
10:15am: Before Diane Sawyer sits down with Bruce Jenner on Friday, we look back at some of the most high profile TV interviews in recent history. More
9:38am: IFixit has torn apart the Apple Watch, giving us the first glimpse of the smartwatch's guts. More
8:50am: The European Union has become central to the fight to form the next British government, with two of the main parties promising voters a chance to take the U.K. out of the bloc. What are the arguments for, and against? More
8:39am: After failing to convince regulators their merger would be good for consumers, Comcast and Time Warner Cable officially call off their giant merger. More
8:17am: The impact of rising immigration on Britain's economy has become a hot topic in the election campaign. More
8:13am: Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says it will take several years but a review of salaries will bring pay equity for his staff. More
7:45am: Chipotle is now offering delivery of online and mobile orders in 67 cities using an app called PostMates. More
7:17am: In Washington State and San Diego, two programs that provide comprehensive counseling to mentally ill inmates have drastically cut the chances they will commit another crime. More
7:11am: Recall covers about 32,000 pairs of pajamas made by Roberta Roller Rabbit sold since start of 2012. More
6:51am: Obama sidelined traditional journalists again and gave exclusive interview instead to Bill Nye the Science Guy. More
6:07am: The Federal Reserve is preparing to raise interest rates. That kind of liftoff hasn't happened since 2004. More
5:50am: British bank HSBC is considering moving its headquarters out of the U.K. because of concerns about regulation and the country's future in the European Union. More
5:18am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:13am: The MSCI Emerging Markets Index is up over 10% this year. That's way better than U.S. markets. More
11:14pm: Meet the "Dragon King," a $1.8 million dinosaur skull excavated in Montana, now on sale in Hong Kong. More
8:06pm: Newsroom are deciding on the proper way to refer to Bruce Jenner. More
6:41pm: The poor are spending far more than they earn for basic needs, such as housing, transportation and food. And that means many are forced to dip into savings, lean on family for help or go into debt. More
5:24pm: On the two-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, #whomademyclothes aims to rally the public behind sustainable apparel. More
5:14pm: Microsoft sales continue to impress even as Windows slumps. More
4:49pm: Amazon revealed that its cloud business will bring in $5 billion worth of sales this year. More
4:32pm: Google's advertising business continued to slow down in the first quarter of 2015. More
4:15pm: The U.S. government sued Quicken Loans Thursday alleging the company violated federal rules when it made loans backed by the Federal Housing Administration. More
4:01pm: The Nasdaq just had a new record close -- the first since the Dot-com bubble of March 10, 2000. More
3:53pm: U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter revealed a new cybersecurity policy -- and a push for a high tech partnership with Silicon Valley. More
2:40pm: The recall comes just days after Blue Bell also yanked its ice cream off shelves due to listeria concerns. More
2:22pm: CBS will televise a primetime send off special for the legendary late night host next month. More
2:01pm: Starbucks will open a store in Ferguson, the Missouri town at the center of a national debate over race, as part of a plan to expand in diverse areas. More
1:52pm: Well Fargo's new ad campaign prominently features an LGBT couple in a big national campaign, a first for the banking industry. More
1:16pm: The list of $1 CEOs is long, but the list of CEOs who only make $1 or less is very exclusive. More
12:18pm: This Aston Martin DB6 has been restored to 'better than new' condition by people in the very factory where it was built. More
11:59am: Hershey hurting on bad earnings and China's slowdown More
11:49am: Dunkin' stock surged 8% Thursday as customers are back for their coffee and breakfast fix. More
11:28am: Dr. Mehmet Oz's on-camera rebuttal to his critics is airing on local stations across the country Thursday, part of a P.R. blitz that also entails an essay in Time magazine and an interview on NBC's "Today" show. More
11:25am: A look at Corporate America's latest report cards show that the U.S. economy is still holding up well despite the strong dollar ... and that consumers are binging on donuts and pizza. More
11:07am: Your cell phone company is ripping you off by forcing you to pay for data that you don't use. More
10:33am: A Girl Scouts Cookie Oven rolling out to Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart stores this summer will let you bake those iconic thin mints right at home. More
10:10am: Sure, oil prices are going back up a bit. But Big Oil executives don't see the return of $90 to $100 a barrel any time soon. More
9:48am: Comcast is planning to walk away from its $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable after pursuing it for more than a year. More
8:54am: German bank Deutsche Bank pays a total of $2.5 billion to U.S. and U.K. regulators to settle charges it manipulated key benchmarks for global interest rates. More
8:42am: GM posted disappointing earnings and weaker sales, along with increased costs to pay recall victims. More
8:17am: The Grateful Dead's final shows will be broadcast online and on television by pay-per-view in July. More
8:06am: Donald Trump has lashed out against President Obama's plans to create a free trade area across the Pacific. More
8:02am: Souped-up Toyota Supra driven in first Fast & Furious movie by the late Paul Walker expected to be auctioned for at least $150,000. More
7:44am: Elon Musk's has never taken a salary from Tesla. But his paper fortune runs well into the billions. More
7:17am: Brands like Royal Caribbean and Harley are trying to regain their premium status. That means higher prices. More
7:14am: Brazilian oil company Petrobras posted an annual loss of $7.2 billion and wrote off $2 billion for the cost of corruption. More
5:25am: Meet the robot chef who'll cook you a "delicious" crab bisque in 30 minutes. More
5:03am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:00am: China has released a list of 100 alleged economic fugitives, the latest move in the government's wide-reaching anti-corruption crackdown. More
10:46pm: When American Olympians are not performing incredible feats of athleticism or winning gold medals, they're often struggling to stay out of the poor house. More
6:20pm: Comcast executives are facing off with skeptical government regulators. What's going to happen to Comcast's merger with Time Warner Cable? Here are the options. More
4:56pm: Expect to pay big bucks for a ticket to the May 2 fight at MGM Grand. The median price is currently $11,507 on the secondary market. More
4:47pm: Facebook revenue grew 42%, as it relies more heavily on its mobile business More
4:34pm: Out of all of the advanced countries, the U.S. has one of the highest levels of income inequality and falls behind at offering equal opportunities to advance, says economist Joseph Stiglitz. More
4:09pm: "The Avengers" star walked out of an interview after British anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy pressed the actor about his past. More
2:56pm: Google will sell wireless service directly to customers, the company announced. More
2:48pm: New York City wants to recycle or compost all of its trash. More
2:28pm: Home Depot says it will stop selling vinyl floor with phthalates, a chemical banned from toys and other kids' products due to health worries. More
1:06pm: Sure. many big tech stocks like Netflix and Apple are helping lift the Nasdaq. But Kraft, Monster Beverage, Walgreens and a Russian telecom company are also big winners this year. More
1:03pm: A University of Virginia administrator has retained a prominent defamation attorney and written a letter to Rolling Stone lambasting the way she was depicted in the magazine's retracted "Rape on Campus" story. More
12:20pm: Google's new 'Contributor' service give websites an alternative to advertising by asking users to pay a few dollars every month. More
12:02pm: One of Greece's most prominent businessmen, Leonidas Bobolas, was arrested for tax evasion and forced to pay 1.8 million euros. More
11:48am: If you are a buyer in these markets, you have the bargaining advantage. More
11:44am: ABC is staying mum about Diane Sawyer's special with Bruce Jenner saying they will let the former Olympian speak for himself. More
11:25am: Tesla says it will unveil a home battery and a battery for businesses on April 30. More
11:22am: The London man accused of illegal trading linked to the 2010 "Flash Crash" plans to fight extradition to the United States. More
11:05am: Right or wrong, Hillary's future is tied to the performance of the Obama economy until Election Day. More
10:51am: Profits are down 33% and fewer people are dining at McDonald's around the world. Where's the turnaround plan? More
10:20am: Negative interest rates in Europe are turning banks on their heads: at least one has made repayments on mortgages for some of its customers. More
10:01am: New data from the OECD shows the average worker in India pays no income tax and doesn't have to make any social security contributions. More
9:59am: Gurbaksh Chahal, who lost a CEO job after domestic violence charges against him, faces new discrimination accusations after firing a woman executive from his new firm. More
9:16am: If you can sit through a WebEx and like scary movies, you'll probably appreciate 'Unfriended.' More
9:02am: You can get an Apple Watch early by entering a lottery. But supplies are limited. More
8:41am: Verizon's attempt to take sports channels out of its basic cable package is setting up an epic standoff with some of the biggest media companies in the country, including ESPN. More
8:32am: Lawmakers in the House and Senate introduce legislation to replace Andrew Jackson as the face of the $20 bill, saying it would send a signal that America supports equal rights for women and respects their contributions. More
8:20am: Coca-Cola is in the midst of a turnaround. Sales did perk up a bit in the first quarter and profits easily topped forecasts. But a huge drop in Diet Coke sales is a problem. More
8:02am: Macs still have a major security flaw that Apple said it had fixed in a recent Yosemite update. More
7:26am: Billionaire Ken Fisher says the stock market has already priced in cheap gas and the strong dollar. Worry about what's next. More
7:19am: While the 4% rule may give you a good starting point, a good retirement withdrawal rate isn't always that simple. More
7:14am: City-to-city buses get over 200 miles per gallon per passenger, making them the most fuel efficient travel choice. More
7:08am: Trek recalls nearly 1 million bikes in U.S. and Canada for safety issue that left one rider paralyzed. More
6:37am: Startup TINYpulse has software that it says keeps employees happy -- and helps businesses retain them. More
6:14am: Japan's main stock market index has closed above the 20,000 level for the first time in 15 years. More
6:07am: The European Union is accusing Russia's energy giant Gazprom of abusing its dominant position to manipulate gas prices. More
5:52am: Warren Buffett dumped most of his stake in struggling retailer Tesco about a month before it revealed one of the worst losses in UK corporate history. More
5:09am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:09am: For a long time, there were no defaults in China. But those days appear to be over. More