Week at a glance: All stories

8:57pm: Officials recommend that states allow Tesla to sell cars directly to consumers and argue that banning those sales stifles competition. More
7:53pm: Federal regulators are poised to lay down new rules of the road for how Americans access the Internet. More
4:54pm: Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe reach pact avoiding trial in lawsuit claiming they promised not to hire employees away from one another. More
4:50pm: Gundotra helped launch the Google+ social network, among other products. More
4:37pm: Amazon reported strong quarterly growth after making several big announcements over the past few months. More
4:33pm: Microsoft shares rose in after-hours trading Thursday after the company reported solid results for the first three months of the year. More
4:31pm: George Stephanopoulos, one of the most important players at ABC News, will continue to host 'Good Morning America and 'This Week'' after signing a new multi-year deal with ABC. More
4:21pm: Hundreds of postal workers nationwide protested outside Staples' stores on Thursday. More
3:56pm: Wal-Mart filing shows that former CEO left with $140 million in his retirement account after a big jump his final year. More
3:21pm: The tech world is still reeling from the Heartbleed Internet bug. It'll be with us for a while. Assume your online interactions aren't protected. More
2:31pm: Today water is among the best performing asset classes on Wall Street More
12:49pm: Russia's stock market and currency tumbled Thursday as investors and traders worried about an intensifying standoff in eastern Ukraine. More
11:58am: Barclays executives were blasted by shareholders for paying bigger bonuses despite the bank's weak earnings. More
9:56am: Apple led the Nasdaq higher after both it reported better than expected quarterly results and a stock split. More
7:52am: GM's recall costs virtually wipe out company's first quarter profit. More
6:02am: If you're a woman, and you're licensed to shoot, then your skills are in hot demand. More
4:59am: Tech stocks Apple and Facebook are leading the Nasdaq higher in premarket trading after both firms reported much better than expected quarterly results. But GM profits were wiped out by recall charge. More
1:26am: Trade talks between the United States and Japan failed to produce a breakthrough Thursday, in yet another blow to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. More
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