Week at a glance: All stories

3:33am: Investors breathed a deep sigh of relief Friday as Scotland voted to stay in the United Kingdom, averting months of turmoil that would have hurt the economy. More
2:43am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
7:02pm: When it comes to retirement savings, the gap between the rich and poor is growing dramatically. More
6:43pm: Everyone seems to have an opinion - but not the media mogul. More
5:46pm: Alibaba officially secured its place in history as the largest U.S.-listed IPO of all time. The deal values the company at $168 billion. More
5:37pm: Attack is not the largest in history but it is bigger than the Target hack of late last year. More
4:20pm: Oracle founder Larry Ellison will become chairman of the board after stepping down as its chief executive. More
2:02pm: Cereal makers like General Mills, Kellogg and Post are all suffering as people shift what they're eating for breakfast. More
1:57pm: The restaurant's red star logo was controversial among the Vietnamese-American community More
1:14pm: The retailer is adding 10% more workers this holiday season than it did last year, but rivals Target and Kohl's is hiring more. More
12:41pm: Apple says it has addressed customers' privacy concerns. But its security record says otherwise. More
11:40am: PepsiCo CEO Nooyi says Goodell is man of integrity and she's confident he'll do the right thing to deal with domestic violence crisis. More
9:59am: Politico said Thursday that Susan Glasser, the editor of its weekly magazine, will also take charge of the news outlet's main newsroom in Washington. More
9:57am: Immigrant entrepreneurs leverage connections abroad to boost international exports -- and non-immigrants could stand to learn from their tactics. More
9:54am: Amazon released a cheaper Kindle as well as a tablet aimed at children, two of six new devices unveiled by the company Wednesday. More
9:41am: NASA has turned over the shuttle program to two companies, Boeing and Elon Musk's SpaceX. The agency wants to pursue something far sexier. More
7:56am: Apple says new operating system for iPhone and iPad won't allow it to bypass your password to get data - even if police have warrant. More
6:46am: Only 49% of Americans have any money in stocks at all. Wealthy, white, college-educated individuals are the most likely to invest. More
5:15am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:45am: Sony stock tumbled Thursday after the firm warned investors it expected to lose billions this year. More
10:13pm: Alibaba founder Jack Ma could earn as much as $867 million from his company's market debut. More
7:05pm: Profit was nearly cut in half for Pier 1 Imports during the most recent quarter. More
6:11pm: Young adults don't seem to be in a hurry to get married, have kids -- or buy a home. In fact, many of them are still living with their parents. And that has pushed the homeownership rate among this group to a new low of 13.2%, according to an analysis of Census Bureau data. More
5:02pm: Apple's new HealthKit platform, set for release in conjunction with the new iOS 8, has been delayed by a bug. More
4:36pm: The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is being called the 'most powerful muscle car ever,' but it's not the gas guzzler you'd expect. More
4:23pm: The bike's owner is hoping for a $1 million price More
3:35pm: Breast implants and other medical supplies are the most recent items on a long list of scarce products in Venezuela. More
2:42pm: The Adrian Peterson scandal is a big headache in the lucrative world of fantasy sports. More
2:14pm: The Federal Reserve is probably not going to raise interest rates until the summer of 2015 at the earliest. More
1:54pm: Porsche and BlackBerry have collaborated on the design of a new smartphone. More
1:52pm: Communications Workers wins right to represent 9,000 customer service agents at nation's largest airline, and most are based in the South. More
1:20pm: TMZ's weekday sports show on the Reelz channel will focus on the celebrity status of athletes, rather than the games they play. More
12:52pm: U.S. inflation came in below expectations. That's good news for Americans and certainly a lot better than what's happening in Europe, Japan and Argentina. More
12:24pm: If Scotland votes to break away from the United Kingdom, the remaining nations -- England, Wales and Northern Ireland -- will face the tough task of rebranding. More
12:12pm: FedEx and Kohl's both announce plans to ramp up hiring this holiday season, one day after UPS unveiled a major hiring binge. More
10:39am: Attorney General Eric Holder wants to amend U.S. law to raise the amount that whistleblowers receive for sharing information with law enforcement. It's currently capped at $1.6 million. More
9:45am: Apple's iOS 8 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is here. Here's how to get it -- and why you might want to wait. More
9:39am: Frederick Hutson launched Pigeon.ly in 2012 to help inmates communicate with their friends and family. He's on target for $1 million in sales this year. More
8:45am: Audi, Google get green lights from the state best known for automobiles. More
8:28am: Despite the Vikings announcing that star running back won't be with the team while dealing with child abuse charges, he'll continue to be paid. More
7:39am: When will the Fed raise rates? It all depends on whether the phrase 'considerable time' is or isn't in the Fed's statement. More
6:46am: One of Hong Kong's flashiest tycoons has purchased 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms in a single go. More
5:33am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
5:13am: Things aren't looking good for Sony -- the Japanese company expects to lose billions of dollars this year, as the global smartphone race heats up. More
4:07am: One of the world's best-known fund managers has hit out at Alibaba's corporate structure in the lead-up to the Chinese e-commerce giant's IPO. More
12:14am: Occupy Wall Street offshoot Strike Debt says it has abolished nearly $4 million in private student loan debt for students who attended Everest College, part of Corinthian Colleges. More
11:05pm: These schools count the most number of billionaires as undergraduate alumni. More
11:02pm: This year, there were 155 people became billionaires, according to a new report. Here's a look into the life of a typical billionaire. More
9:29pm: Demand for Alibaba shares is huge. But potential investors should know a few things about the Chinese e-commerce juggernaut before buying. More
8:57pm: Some Wal-Mart employees falsely told customers Coke was more expensive in New York because of a sugar tax. More
8:02pm: Adrian Peterson has lost one of his most significant endorsement deals over child abuse allegations. More
7:35pm: The founder of PayPal thinks the U.S. is in for years of stagnation if he doesn't innovate more. More
7:10pm: On Thursday, Sept. 18, join CNNMoney's Christine Romans on Twitter @CNNMoney to chat about saving and planning for the later years in life. Come prepared to #AskChristine any and all of your retirement questions. More
5:40pm: Commercial contracts will ferry astronauts to International Space Station More
5:17pm: Being a workaholic is less about the hours you log than a persistent compulsion and preoccupation with work. Here's how to restore some balance into your life. More
5:11pm: Anheuser-Busch, one of the NFL's biggest sponsors, says it is disappointed with how the league has handled recent controversies. More
5:04pm: Multiple scandals have not slowed the NFL's viewership More
4:45pm: The CFPB is suing Corinthian for "illegal predatory lending" and is demanding that the school forgive more than $500 million in private loans that it loaned to students since July of 2011 so they could enroll. More
4:20pm: The FBI's new facial recognition system lets local police easily identify you. It will one day spot you from your iris, voice and the way you walk. More
3:48pm: Sears padded its balance sheet this week by securing a $400 million loan from a hedge fund owned by its controversial CEO. More
3:41pm: David Tovar is leaving Wal-Mart after the company found out the he doesn't have a college degree. More
3:28pm: CalPERS, America's largest pension fund, is done with hedge funds after years of high fees and poor performance. More
3:27pm: The subprime crisis displaced millions of Americans, but its costs remain hidden. So do many of the migrants. More
3:20pm: Y Combinator president Sam Altman is teaching a startup class at Stanford with Silicon Valley heavy hitters as guest lecturers. Bonus: All the videos will be available for free online. More
2:31pm: Commercial contracts will ferry astronauts to International Space Station More
2:31pm: The Mercedes AMG E63 is fast and smart, things you wouldn't ordinarily expect in a station wagon. More
1:35pm: More than half of Nasdaq stocks are in a bear market, signaling investors' continued aversion to risk. More
1:13pm: With a two-season commitment to a comedy called "Love," Netflix is getting into business with comedy kingmaker Judd Apatow. More
12:45pm: House report says federal safety regulators knew enough to order recall of GM cars with flawed ignition system as early as 2007. More
12:36pm: Concerns about possible independence are pushing Scottish investors to the security of gold. More
12:34pm: Scotland's independence vote is too close to call but those who want to keep Britain united won this year's campaign funding race by some distance. More
11:33am: Millions of listeners will be hearing a new name on the radio: Clear Channel is becoming iHeartMedia. More
11:29am: Alibaba should be a huge hit on Wall Street when it starts trading Friday. But why overpay for China's PayPal/eBay/Amazon when you can own China's Google? Baidu already has a proven track record. More
11:29am: Microsoft is expected to preview Windows 9 at an event in San Francisco on September 30. More
11:23am: Two of the biggest brewers in the world might merge: reports. More
10:37am: America still has 45.3 million people living in poverty, and median income remains level at just under $52,000. More
9:24am: Company plans to hire between 90,000 to 95,000 temporary workers to handle the surge in holiday package deliveries this year. More
8:38am: Carrier offers voluntary buyout to senior staff, and plans to bring back some furloughed attendants. More
8:06am: While owners stand with embattled NFL commissioners, calls for Goodell's resignation mount. Here's who would be on short list to get his job. More
4:48am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:01am: First official government report shows big decrease in uninsured after Obamacare kicks in and more Americans gain health insurance. More
11:09pm: The Radisson hotel chain has suspended its sponsorship of the Minnesota Vikings in the wake of child abuse allegations against Adrian Peterson. More
9:32pm: Alibaba is frequently described as the "Amazon of China." But the analogy misses the mark. More
8:17pm: Service is one of a few new initiatives the company announced Monday. More
7:29pm: Activists have changed the picture of a CoverGirl model, giving her a black eye. More
7:14pm: An uberX trip might get more expensive if they get their way More
5:49pm: Yum Brands opened its first Banh Shop in Dallas, testing out a new Southeast Asian restaurant. More
5:42pm: Miss America's ratings were awful, but the pageant blew up on Twitter. More
5:29pm: The Chinese e-commerce giant is gaining momentum for its IPO this week. Its shares are so in demand, Alibaba is increasing the starting price. More
4:56pm: AT&T has developed a software platform that can transcribe and offer near-real-time analysis on customer service calls. More
4:22pm: The UN says 805 million people world wide do not have enough to eat. But global hunger has decreased over the past 20 years. More
3:35pm: Tech stocks took a big dive Monday even as the rest of the market was relatively flat. What's going on? More
2:45pm: Morgan Stanley analyst cautions growth for Tesla shares may be slower, sending shares tumbling despite court win in battle to sell cars in Massachusetts. More
2:30pm: If you're stuck in the 1990s, you'll be glad to know Surge soda is back. But it's only available on Amazon. More
11:20am: Urban Outfitters sparked an uproar on social media after it sold a 'vintage' Kent State Sweatshirt that appears to have blood stains on it. The sweatshirt is now being sold on eBay. More
11:16am: Netflix is hoping to duplicate its U.S. streaming success in France and other European markets. But is it overvalued? More
11:06am: Ken Feinberg, the attorney overseeing a compensation fund for victims of GM cars, has so far linked 19 deaths to a serious flaw with the automaker's ignition switches. More
10:23am: Motorola's Moto X smartphone will delight you -- something you don't say about smartphones too often. More
9:48am: Microsoft has announced plans to buy Minecraft -- and its maker, Mojang -- for $2.5 billion. More
9:13am: Apple sold more iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones on their first day of sale than on any other opening day for the iPhone. More
8:46am: Hotel chain plans to put envelopes in rooms to promote guest tips for housekeepers. More
8:25am: RadioShack, which last week announced it was down to its last $30 million, says CFO has left company. More
7:52am: The middle class in a Denver suburb have a median income of $100,000. More
7:44am: Almost half of wealthy Chinese plan to emigrate in the next five years, according to a new survey by Barclays. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:06am: Heineken has rejected a takeover bid by beer giant SABMiller, becoming one of few holdouts as a spate of mergers sweep the beer industry. More
10:13pm: Alibaba is making its case to big time investors this week. There are many reasons to get in on this Chinese e-commerce juggernaut. More
7:14pm: Attorney Ken Feinberg will announce Monday how many deaths and injuries he has so far tied to General Motors' ignition switch flaw. More
11:11am: Uber isn't going head-to-head with FexEx, but it is claiming a piece of the delivery market. More
9:14am: It's game time for the Fed this week, and investors are trying to read its playbook on interest rate hikes. More
Sep 12: Tim Cook discusses Steve Jobs, Beats, iPhone 6, and TV with Charlie Rose. More
Sep 12: The brand of 'Frozen' grows as Disney World announces a ride based on the popular film More
Sep 12: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earned over $100 million over the course of five years -- more than any of the league's star players. More
Sep 12: Atlanta has the country's highest level of income inequality, but civic entrepreneurs can close the gap. Here's how. More
Sep 12: The automaker halts delivery of Corvettes to fix a problem with the driver's airbag. GM also announces a new recall of about 270,000 cars. More
Sep 12: Olive Garden is famous for its never ending pasta. But sales are falling, and one shareholder is demanding changes to make the food taste better. More
Sep 12: CBS scored huge ratings for its Thursday Night Football broadcast of the Baltimore Ravens versus the Pittsburgh Steelers amid the Ray Rice controversy. More
Sep 12: Sabbaticals aren't a commonplace perk, but taking extended time off from work to do something you've always wanted can be the best thing for a career. More
Sep 12: Jamie Dimon says he's feeling 'fine.' The chief executive of JPMorgan is recovering after eight weeks of cancer treatment, according to the Wall Street Journal. More
Sep 12: An extended time off from work can give you renewed energy for the job you have or give you time to figure out what you really want to do. Here are 8 lessons learned. More
Sep 12: Only a minority of companies offer sabbaticals. And many that do offer them unpaid. But here are 11 firms that offer them with full or partial salary plus benefits on top of any paid vacation the employee gets. More
Sep 12: They're legal residents, but H-4 visa holders are prohibited from working on U.S. soil. Here's why the U.S. is losing out on high-skilled labor. More
Sep 12: Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus caused Apple's online store to be down intermittently. More
Sep 12: The growing ranks of the super rich don't like to wait around, so Ferrari is responding by increasing production of its highly exclusive cars. More
Sep 12: More Americans are taking out 'mega loans' to go to college. It's costly, but they still say it's worth it. More
Sep 12: These are the 6 stocks Wall Street recommends buying and selling in September. More
Sep 12: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More