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Week at a glance: All stories

11:39pm: T-Mobile CEO John Legere makes fun of competitor Verizon's new logo on Twitter. More
11:13pm: Growth is slowing in China, but that doesn't mean Beijing will respond with a major fiscal stimulus package. More
4:54pm: A new bill in California would make sure that former students there wouldn't be slapped with a bigger state tax bill because of any loan forgiveness. More
4:34pm: Major fashion label Givenchy offered to give away hundreds of tickets to its New York Fashion Week show to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. More
4:03pm: A bill proposed by Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski would ban smoking in New York state hotel and motel rooms. More
2:55pm: Want a new Millennium Falcon? A sneak peak at the bad guy in "The Force Awakens?" Get on line. Walmart, Target and Toys R Us will open at 12:01 am Friday to sell the latest Star Wars merchandise. More
1:58pm: Microsoft and its former CEO, Steve Ballmer, gave a combined $21 million gift to the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship. The fund covers partial tuition for eligible students in the state pursing STEM and healthcare-related majors. More
1:45pm: Harris Faulkner, Fox News anchor, is suing the toy company Hasbro for millions after she said it appropriated her likeness for "a demeaning plastic rodent." More
1:21pm: Sony denies suggestions by the New York Times that the studio softened its movie "Concussion" to appease the NFL. More
12:46pm: Millennials are looking for a buying opportunity and the current stock market gyrations seems to offer that. Many are jumping in. More
12:36pm: Human and computer traders are keeping an eye on these two factors. More
12:22pm: Several currencies have plummeted this year. That's bad in the short term. Long term it could be a good thing though. More
12:03pm: Watching NFL games online typically requires a cable or satellite television subscription, but free streaming games are becoming more common this season. More
11:42am: Stocks go way way down. And then back up. It's enough to make your head spin. But what you need to do is keep a level head and not panic. This doesn't look like a bear market. More
11:29am: Moscow turned to China after being slapped with sanctions by the West. The switch isn't working out quite as planned. More
11:07am: Now you can skip all the ads on Hulu -- if you're willing to pay a few extra bucks a month. More
10:30am: Millions of workers went on strike in India in protest at government plans to relax the country's rigid labor laws and sell some state-owned companies. More
10:12am: Nixed by McDonald's, Burger King is trying to splice its Whopper with five rival burgers. More
10:11am: Investments that promise fatter yields or hold out the prospect of above-average returns always come with more risk. More
10:08am: Four years after she emerged as a central figure in the phone hacking scandal that threatened to upend Rupert Murdoch's media empire, Brooks has officially returned to the company as CEO of the UK division. More
9:03am: Dylan Byers, the superbly well-sourced media reporter at Politico, is joining CNNMoney and CNN Politics. More
8:36am: Chinese stocks have been so wild lately that investors are pulling their money and looking for opportunities in global real estate markets. More
8:31am: Those who have reserved a Tesla Model X have started getting details on pricing and it can cost nearly 80% more than the cheapest Model S. More
8:20am: Obama once called Wall Street bankers 'fat cats.' Trump's descriptions are even worse. More
8:10am: As the WDBJ newsroom grappled with the most painful story in its history, the murders of two co-workers on live TV, it had exemplary help from counterparts in other states. More
7:33am: Noe Paramo's parents came to the U.S. from Mexico without papers. His mother gave birth to him in Demarest, Georgia, making him an American citizen and now he is on his way to becoming a doctor. More
6:50am: Netflix CEO Reed Hastings doesn't appear to be worried about Apple muscling into his territory, even if investors are. More
6:12am: Carriers, Apple and phone recyclers are fighting to give you the best iPhone trade-in deal. More
6:08am: Eko Devices gets approved by FDA, goes on sale on Wednesday. More
5:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:21am: The Moto X Pure Edition is not just the best giant Android smartphone or the best Android phone for the money. It is the best Android phone ... period. More
10:12pm: China stocks swung wildly on Wednesday as investors grappled with the market's latest episode of extreme volatility. More
9:21pm: Intel's new sixth-generation Core processors double performance over the past generation. More
7:24pm: A California judge granted class action status to former Uber drivers who claim they should have been classified as employees instead of contractors. More
6:10pm: "Wake Up With Al" is being cancelled by the Weather Channel after six year run. More
5:04pm: The Federal Aviation Administration approved the largest ever fleet of commercial drones owned by a company called Measure. More
4:44pm: McDonald's has been testing an all-day breakfast menu in several markets for months. Now it has said when the change will go nationwide: October 6. More
4:19pm: Vice President Joe Biden, who is seriously mulling a bid for president, will be one of Stephen Colbert's guests on Sept. 10. Donald Trump will be on Jimmy Fallon's show the next night. More
3:48pm: Big Oil is handing out more pink slips as it grapples with a world of cheap oil. More
3:17pm: Chipotle launched an ad campaign in April, claiming it was GMO-free, but a new suit says that misled consumers. More
2:25pm: "E.T." from Atari, the worst video game ever, sells for $1,535. More
2:02pm: The threat of a dramatic slowdown in China's economy may be the biggest risk to U.S. stocks since the financial crisis. More
1:52pm: Stephen Colbert has been secretly working out kinks in his show with test audiences. More
12:45pm: Google's logo just got bigger in order to look better on mobile devices. More
12:40pm: Russia has warned its oil production could decline if prices stay low. More
12:26pm: Texas television station KSAT is coming under withering criticism from a local sheriff's office for uploading an amateur video of a police-involved shooting. More
12:15pm: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized Ford for opening a plant in Mexico. Consumers don't seem to care. There was strong demand for Ford's F-150 truck and SUVs last month. More
11:58am: Jared Fogle, former Subway pitchman, is suing the former executive director of his charity for an $184,400 home loan. More
11:22am: Iran could be pumping more than four million barrels of oil a day by the end of 2016, the country's oil minister tells CNN in an exclusive interview. More
10:41am: Small unpaid tolls are trapping drivers in triple-digit piles of debt as toll roads aggressively pursue violators -- and revenue. More
10:16am: Former Secret Service agent in the Silk Road case stole bitcoins while hunting for the Dread Pirate Roberts. More
10:09am: Welcome to September. Stocks started the historically worst month of the year with another big pullback after two new reports show more weakness in China's manufacturing sector. More
10:03am: Is Apple now a threat to Netflix? Shares of Netflix were down after news broke that Apple could be launching its own streaming media service. More
9:34am: A Detroit watchmaker is helping bring jobs back to the city, opening a manufacturing facility just a year before Detroit declared bankruptcy More
9:30am: Apple accounts for more than 225,000 jailbroken iPhone owners were hacked with a new kind of malware called KeyRaider. More
9:21am: The Alphabet owned Nest Labs has updated its popular Nest Learning Thermostat for the first time in three years. More
9:04am: Canada has fallen victim to cheap oil, sliding into recession for the first time in six years. More
9:03am: The next time you're traveling, you won't need an Internet connection to watch Amazon TV shows and movies. The streaming service has enabled "offline viewing" on popular phones and tablets. More
7:55am: Amazon is testing a new Ship by Region program, which will let merchants use two-day Prime shipping for only certain customers. More
7:16am: Employers want people who can communicate well. They are even willing to pay more for them. More
7:02am: Oil prices, which fell below $38 last week before soaring to nearly $50 on Monday, were tumbling again Tuesday. More
5:03am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:02am: There's no doubt about it: China's slowdown is going to have impact beyond its borders. More
1:42am: Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pregnant and expecting identical twin girls in December. More
10:29pm: Apple executives have been quiet conversations with Hollywood. More
10:16pm: An important measure of China's all-important factory sector indicates a deceleration in activity. More
5:06pm: San Francisco's new quinoa restaurant Eatsa wants to bring back the automat. More
4:54pm: Miley Cyrus' outrageous behavior during VMAs couldn't prevent slippage in TV viewers. More
4:13pm: Oil was trading at just $38 a barrel last week. Now it's nearing $50. What is going on? More
3:38pm: Even if Tom Brady can't play his team's fourth game in Dallas, fans are already busy searching for tickets to the game. More
3:14pm: Pope Francis spoke via satellite with Americans in three cities on Monday in an event orchestrated by ABC News. More
2:53pm: Tim Draper's $1 million offer may be safe. The last episode of "Startup U" got 47,000 viewers. More
2:38pm: A conservative think tank is sponsoring a Times Square billboard as a tribune to its opposition to a new minimum wage rule for fast food workers in New York state. More
2:17pm: Walmart, facing higher labor costs due to raise in starting wage, is cutting workers' hours at some stores. More
2:13pm: A technology glitch at Bank of New York Mellon caused inaccurate values on up to 1,200 mutual funds and ETFs. More
1:40pm: The broader market tanked in August. But well-known stocks like Best Buy. Smucker, Hormel, Google and even Netflix were able to eke out some gains this month. More
1:32pm: September could be an even bigger news month than August. Here are 7 reasons why. More
12:54pm: British engineering company Rolls Royce is cooperating with Brazilian authorities investigating bribery at state-owned oil giant Petrobras. More
12:25pm: Denny's ran full-page ads offering to collaborate on a hybrid hamburger after McDonald's shot Burger King down. More
12:18pm: Winners of the Illinois lottery are forced to pay the waiting game if they won more than $25,000. More
12:06pm: Sarah Palin guest-hosted a talk show on a small rival to Fox News, One America News Network, last week. Will she be back? More
11:23am: A lot of people are urging the vice president to run for president, including a Wall Street billionaire. More
10:43am: Good news. August is about to end. Bad news. Investors still have many reasons to be nervous about the stock market -- even though the worst may be over. More
10:11am: Blue Apron, Boxed, and Nature Box are worth an estimated $2.5 billion. Their co-founders all went to the same high school. More
9:54am: The legendary pro wrestler says his past use of the n-word is something he inherited. More
9:19am: India's economy grew by 7% in the three months to June, weaker than expected and much slower than in the first quarter of 2015. More
9:10am: T-Mobile CEO John Legere calls out a small group of customers for being 'data thieves.' More
8:55am: Minecraft creator unhappy with billions he got from Microsoft when he sold his game. More
8:31am: Hacked cheater site Ashley Madison dismisses reports of "imminent demise" and claims that women do, in fact, use its services. More
7:10am: No U.S. business went through bankruptcy more than Donald Trump's former casino empire during the last 30 years. Trump says there's nothing wrong with that. More
6:11am: The OnHub is fast and attractive, but its real power is an app that takes the pain out of managing a WiFi network More
5:18am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:01am: Chinese authorities have arrested nearly 200 people for alleged online rumor-mongering about China's stock market turmoil and a recent, deadly chemical factory explosion in Tianjin. More
9:29pm: Hulu's new front in its competition with Netflix involves "The Hunger Games" and "Transformers." More
3:57pm: You can continue to keep your two-year contract on Verizon, but the no-contract plans will save you money. More
12:59pm: Italian energy company Eni says it might have uncovered the largest natural gas field ever. More
11:13am: Univision anchor Jorge Ramos believes his tense press conference exchange with Donald Trump "unmasked" the presidential candidate. More
5:01pm: The U.S. economy has performed well this year. But there's lots of global gloom. Which will influence the Fed the most? More
9:12am: China's Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao said if there is "systemic risk to the financial system, we must take action." More
9:06am: Looking for something good on Netflix? These entertaining films will help you learn more about finance and investing. More
7:42pm: A web site created by the city of New Orleans to commemorate its revitalization post Katrina ticks off a number of successes: major rebuilding projects, criminal justice and education reform and the rebirth of neighborhoods. But for black residents of New Orleans, the fruits of the recovery have been far more elusive. More
6:34pm: Along with heartache and anxiety, Wednesday's murder of a WDBJ news crew in Virginia is causing journalists across the country to reassess the safety of TV live shots. More
5:32pm: A new app called Arro, set to launch soon in New York City, will let riders reserve cabs and pay for fares. More
5:30pm: Tech startup founders share tips and tricks for making the most out of business travel time. More
4:52pm: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
3:47pm: Rebekah Brooks was cleared of all charges in News Corp.'s phone hacking scandal. More
3:45pm: The New York tabloid said the jarring photos are "a definitive part of the story." More
2:06pm: The market volatility in China and the U.S. could hit private companies, especially late-stage unicorns. More
1:29pm: The battery life for the iPhone 6 is about a day. But Intelligent Energy has a working iPhone 6 that gets a week's worth of power. More
1:23pm: Saudi Arabia is under tremendous pressure. The Saudi government is considering slashing spending by a staggering 10%. More
12:38pm: Miley Cyrus to reign over VMA chaos this Sunday. More
12:33pm: Over the past 12 months, Amazon has produced a staggering $8.98 billion of operating cash flow and $4.37 billion of free cash flow. But those numbers are a little deceptive. More
11:56am: The FBI says hackers have funneled $1.2 billion from businesses since October 2013 using a common scam. More
11:44am: Mom and pop investors are dumping their investments and moving to cash at levels not seen since the financial crisis of 2008. More
11:18am: Brazil's government announced that its economy fell into recession, shrinking 2.6% from a year ago. More
10:41am: It all started with fears of China's slowdown hurting the rest of the world. More
10:24am: Avid Life Media Inc., the parent company of Ashley Madison, announced that its CEO will step down. More
10:10am: Apple Music exec Ian Rogers is leaving just two months after Beats radio launch More
10:05am: When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, it wiped out 75% of the state's fishing vessels. These businesses, in particular, bounced back. More
9:26am: Thousands of Brits were left without pay heading into the holiday weekend after HSBC botched payments for many of its corporate customers. More
9:09am: Commissioner Bratton asks Disney and Marvel to sue rogue characters for copyright violation. More
8:38am: Google is putting an end to autoplaying videos in background tabs, putting a stop to the 'Where is that sound coming from?' phenomenon. More
5:16am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:50am: Somebody has set up a fake Goldman Sachs, a new high-water mark for Chinese counterfeiters. More
12:10am: China has been blamed squarely for this week's wild ride on global markets. Analysts are worried by turmoil in the country's stock markets, and signs that the country's massive economy is flagging. More