Week at a glance: All stories

1:51am: McDonald's in Japan says profit and sales will fall short of expected targets this year, as fallout widens over a major food safety scandal. More
12:12am: Although it wasn't the safest vehicle in an actual crash, available crash avoidance technology made the Chevy Volt the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Top Safety Pick. More
7:16pm: McDonald's may be liable for worker lawsuits, not just franchisees, in a government ruling that could change the fast-food business. More
6:03pm: Amgen is the latest to continue corporate America's cost cutting strategy, even as the economy is supposedly on the mend More
5:10pm: ESPN on Tuesday announced a one-week suspension for one of its most controversial commentators, Stephen A. Smith, in the wake of his widely-criticized remarks about domestic abuse that referred to possible "provocation" by victims. More
4:26pm: Things are looking up for Twitter -- or at least, for its stock price. More
3:55pm: But Red Lobster is pulling back from deep discounting and presenting food on the plate in a more vertical fashion, in the manner of upscale restaurants. More
3:53pm: Employees of the New England supermarket chain are demanding the reinstatement of their boss who was recently ousted from the family-owned company after a lengthy struggle for control with his cousin. More
3:49pm: San Diego, Calif., and Eugene, Ore., city councils approve measure to require paid sick leave for workers. More
1:55pm: Controversial supplements company Herbalife disappointed investors with weaker-than-expected earnings and cautious guidance. But nobody was talking about short seller Bill Ackman. More
1:50pm: European leaders are trying to hit Russia where it hurts by issuing new, tougher sanctions targeting Vladimir Putin's cronies and key Russian industries. More
1:28pm: As dollar stores join forces, we asked readers to share their best-ever buys for a buck. More
1:22pm: The New York Times reported second-quarter results that underwhelmed investors. Digital subscription growth doesn't seem to be fast enough to offset declining ad and circulation revenue. More
1:06pm: Pd.id is a tiny electronic device and mobile app that alerts you when your drink has been drugged. More
1:00pm: Three companies that built Iron Dome, Israel's missile defense system, were hacked in 2012. More
12:54pm: Bunch o Balloons allows multiple water balloons to be filled at once. Parents are loving it -- to the tune of $645,000. More
12:53pm: In push for protein, fast-food chain offers Mega Meat Stacks that are twice as large as regular sandwiches. More
11:22am: Amazon's new 3-D Printed Products store offers shoppers over 200 customizable items like toys, jewelry and home decorations. More
10:46am: Americans have dialed back on Google searches for traditional assets like stocks and bonds and are instead looking more for Kickstarter and startups. More
10:13am: Apple bought the Pandora of news radio, Swell, for a reported $30 million. More
9:59am: These niche sectors are attracting attention -- and, more importantly, money -- from small business lenders. More
9:56am: Apple is nearing an all-time high and El Pollo Loco shares got grilled after its red hot IPO last week. More
9:21am: Prices are up at 9.3% annual rate in May, according to S&P/Case-Shiller home price index, marking the sixth straight month the rate of increase has slowed. More
8:55am: UBS is the latest major bank to get sucked into a U.S. probe over 'dark pool' trading venues. More
8:34am: General Mills said as part of effort to fight climate change it will only buy from suppliers who are cutting greenhouse gas emissions and water use. More
7:50am: Airline to provide movies, TV and video games through seatback screens or on mobile devices. More
7:15am: Chinese authorities are investigating the company over anti-trust issues. More
5:11am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:25am: An estimated 77 million adults have become so delinquent on their non-mortgage debts that their accounts have been put in collections. The average amount owed: $5,200. More
6:08pm: Steve Mason, a pastor from California, inherited more than $100,000 in student loan debt when his 27-year-old daughter died suddenly in 2009. With interest and late penalties, the debt has since ballooned to $200,000. More
5:16pm: Herbalife shares tumble after the maker of nutritional supplements reports earnings that fall short of analysts' estimates. More
4:39pm: New York City okayed plans for a luxury condominium with a separate so-called "poor door" for low-income residents. More
4:32pm: The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra have been recalled six times so far in 2014, giving them the dubious honor of being the year's most frequently recalled vehicles. More
4:16pm: Online dating site OkCupid found its users were more likely to have conversations when it told them they were more compatible than in reality. More
2:11pm: A new product in development wants to change how we think about sleep, and the company behind it is raising big money. More
1:03pm: The SEC fines the Massachusetts gun maker for bribing officials when trying to secure sales contracts with overseas military and law enforcement agencies. More
12:48pm: New annual report from U.S. government shows the long-term prognosis for Medicare has improved thanks to slower health spending, while the outlook for Social Security remains unchanged. More
12:26pm: ESPN star Stephen A. Smith apologized on Monday for what he called "the most egregious error of my career," a Friday commentary about domestic abuse that referred to possible "provocation" by victims. More
11:44am: What's in the cards for Wall Street? Three psychics tell CNNMoney that the future is bright for the stock market. In other words, they're as optimistic as the 'experts.' More
11:06am: MIRAGE, a new instant messaging app, hopes to capitalize on the viral momentum from buzzy app Yo. More
11:03am: Another sign that credit is only available to those who may need it the least? Bond investors can buy pools of loans backed by student debt of graduate students from Harvard. More
10:59am: Actor-founded This Bar Saves Lives had Hollywood connections, but learned Start-Up 101 the hard way. More
10:45am: Blockchain.info is back on Apple's App Store, once again allowing iOS users easy access to the world's No. 1 wallet for the digital currency. More
9:48am: Stocks pretty much ended where they began Monday as investors waited for news about the economy. Two big mergers -- Family Dollar/Dollar Tree and Zillow/Trulia failed to excite the market. More
9:15am: The two leading real estate websites combine. More
8:35am: After ending string of operating losses last year, Virgin America says it plans to sell stock. More
7:05am: Investor Carl Icahn is among the winners in the deal. More
5:04am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:39am: Business travel spending in China reached $225 billion last year, or 23% of the $1.1 trillion global total. More
1:01pm: The food processing company accused of mishandling meat at its Shanghai, China plant says it will suspend sales and recall all food processed there. More
9:22am: Is the economy back on track after a weak first quarter or about to get blown away? Investors will find out when the curtain is drawn on jobs and GDP data. There's also a Federal Reserve meeting. More
1:02pm: BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said the site has fired Benny Johnson for 41 instances of plagiarism. More
11:23am: Elie Galam is a math geek turned finance wizard who is now running a hedge fund. He and other 'quant' traders are the opposite of the Wolf of Wall Street. More
6:31pm: Zillow and Trulia -- the two biggest names in online house hunting -- may be teaming up, a pairing that is making some real estate brokers nervous. More
5:02pm: The rideshare app will launch in New York on Friday evening, as the city's taxi commission comes to terms with the technology. More
4:32pm: A parody from Funny or Die features Kristin Bell as Mary Poppins, who refused to work for $7.25 an hour. More
2:05pm: Greenberg worked more than 60 years at Bear Stearns and was chairman went it collapsed in 2008. More
11:47am: Firing a woman because she's pregnant is illegal. So is refusing to hire pregnant women or discriminating against mothers who are pumping breast milk on the job. More
11:38am: Americans are wasting about $44 billion a year on name brands, when they could be buying the exact same products if they switched to cheaper store brands, says a new paper by economists from Tilburg University in the Netherlands and the University of Chicago. More
11:31am: Cynk Technologies plunged 80% in its first day of trading after being halted by the SEC for two weeks. The company has no revenue or assets but surged 25,000% a few weeks ago. More
11:20am: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
10:48am: Mexican-style chicken restaurant El Pollo Loco shares surged nearly 30% from their initial public offering price. It's the latest restaurant IPO to do well on its first day. More
9:57am: The Dow fell nearly 130 points Friday and stocks were broadly lower as investors focused on weak earnings outlooks from Amazon and Visa. More
9:22am: Russia is paying an ever higher price for its growing isolation over the crisis in Ukraine. More
9:13am: Louisiana is now the top location for motion picture filming, supporting thousands of new jobs and small businesses. More
7:29am: Target hack victims were directed to Experian for protection. But that company has leaked your data too. More
7:14am: Rupert Murdoch is tidying up his assets in Europe and raising more than $8 billion in cash to pursue U.S. ambitions at the same time. More
7:04am: Detroit's looming water shutoffs spark a social media campaign and an app to connect donors with residents behind on their bills. More
5:30am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:02am: Argentina will default in just a few days unless the country can strike a deal at the eleventh hour with holdout creditors. More
8:43pm: The company posted a larger than expected loss Thursday, sending shares tumbling 10%. More
7:58pm: Just how much does your age, gender or smoking habit cost you when it comes to life insurance? InsuranceQuotes.com evaluated premiums for the top 25 carriers in the nation to find out. More
7:32pm: Want to own your own town? You can buy Aladdin, Wyo., for $1.5 million. The price tag includes a general store, post office, bar, a house and more. More
3:43pm: The government says health insurers are charging lower premiums, thanks to a provision in Obamacare. More
2:18pm: Would you pay $7.76 for a Big Mac? The Economist's iconic Big Mac index is a lighthearted way to compare currencies and buying power around the world. More
1:52pm: 'Mandatory Fun,' the latest album by Weird Al, is topping the charts -- and getting pirated like mad too. More
1:48pm: Head of Asia division, Greg Foran, to succeed Bill Simon as CEO of Wal-Mart U.S. More
1:30pm: In New York City, business travelers have ditched meals at Starbucks in favor of Seamless takeout, according to a new report. More
12:43pm: The world economy is still stuck in low gear even as the risks to growth mount, the International Monetary Fund says as it cuts its 2014 forecast. More
9:51am: Stocks were flat Thursday as investors waded through a flood of corporate earnings reports. SodaStream soars on buyout rumor. Zillow is reportedly trying to buy Trulia. More
9:36am: The owner of Dunkin' Donuts reported weak sales and lowered its outlook. It blamed the weather. But tough competition may be the real reason. Investors aren't pleased. More
9:34am: Managing other people is harder than it looks. While many bosses are well intentioned, most don't make the grade as truly great because they overlook some basic requirements in their interactions with employees and others in their company. More
9:28am: CNNMoney readers rip managers who micromanage to death, play favorites, throw their staff under the bus and steal credit for their work. More
8:02am: Automaker sets aside $400 million for victim compensation from faulty ignition switch, but says costs could rise by another $200 million. More
7:19am: Hackers have broken into a database at the European Central Bank, stealing 20,000 e-mail addresses and other contact information. The bank said its market data was not affected. More
5:27am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:29am: McDonald's is standing by a troubled food supplier, even after allegations the company was selling tainted and expired meat. More