Week at a glance: All stories

10:17am: Oil prices plunged to $45 in January. Now they're back at $60. The question is whether the worst is behind us. More
May 22: Turns out China's richest man, Li Hejun, upped his bet that shares of his company would take a tumble -- just five days before a massive crash. More
May 22: Real estate broker Pieter van Naeltwijck has devised a novel way to profit from buying and selling ultra-exclusive supercars, including Ferraris, Porsches and McLarens. More
May 22: Google filed a patent for a toy that will have sensors and cameras, and can control connected devices. More
May 22: The True Cost, a new documentary, chronicles the evils of the clothing industry and asks us to stop buying so much cheap stuff. More
May 22: An adult site was hacked, revealing the kinky personal secrets of millions. Hacking will only get worse from here. More
May 22: The Sci-Fi film is looking to bring in a decent box office, but has so far struggled with critics. More
May 22: The record airbag recall and the GM ignition switch recalls has resulted in a huge percentage of cars on the road today having been recalled. More
May 22: Sniper rifle startup has fallen on "financial difficulty." More
May 22: The Brazilian government is accused of using money from state-run financial institutions to finance the Treasury and make end-year budget targets. More
May 22: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
May 22: A Seattle couple leaves $850,000 to the United States government in their will as a thank you to their adopted home. More
May 22: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen doesn't want to wait too long to raise interest rates. More
May 22: The media company acquired the African-American website, The Root, on Thursday. More
May 22: Josh Duggar has apologized for molesting girls as a teenager. More
May 22: Angel investor Jonathan Sposato is one of several pledging to support more women in tech. More
May 22: The New York Times columnist didn't know he was on Twitter until he had 600,000 followers. More
May 22: Shares in telecoms group Vodafone have surged by roughly 11% this week as takeover rumors swirl. More
May 22: The suspended NBC anchor hosted the show in January, but won't be seen when it airs Friday. More
May 22: Sarah Kauss launched S'well to rid the world of plastic water bottles. In five years, she's sold 4 million of her stainless steel bottles. More
May 22: The famous comedian celebrates Christmas with George Clooney, Amy Poehler, and other stars this December More
May 22: Philip Morris and British American Tobacco have filed lawsuits against the British government over a law that bans brands from cigarette packages. More
May 22: Many retailers have warned of sluggish sales this year. But consumers are still spending at theme parks like Cedar Fair, Six Flags, Disney World and Universal. More
May 22: The head of Amalgamated Bank says the industry must do more to safeguard customers and their money More
May 22: More than 3.5 million people's sexual preferences, fetishes and secrets have been exposed after dating site Adult FriendFinder was hacked. More
May 22: As Memorial Day kicks off summer driving season forecasts are that drivers will be seeing lower prices again soon. More
May 22: REITs have been one of the best performing assets since the recession. But now they're stalling. More
May 22: Amazon offers one-hour food delivery in Manhattan to Prime Now members. More
May 22: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
8:53pm: Turns out China's richest man, Li Hejun, upped his bet that shares of his company would take a tumble -- just five days before a massive crash. More
6:48pm: Real estate broker Pieter van Naeltwijck has devised a novel way to profit from buying and selling ultra-exclusive supercars, including Ferraris, Porsches and McLarens. More
6:37pm: Google filed a patent for a toy that will have sensors and cameras, and can control connected devices. More
5:57pm: The True Cost, a new documentary, chronicles the evils of the clothing industry and asks us to stop buying so much cheap stuff. More
4:15pm: An adult site was hacked, revealing the kinky personal secrets of millions. Hacking will only get worse from here. More
4:13pm: The Sci-Fi film is looking to bring in a decent box office, but has so far struggled with critics. More
3:11pm: The record airbag recall and the GM ignition switch recalls has resulted in a huge percentage of cars on the road today having been recalled. More
2:49pm: Sniper rifle startup has fallen on "financial difficulty." More
1:53pm: The Brazilian government is accused of using money from state-run financial institutions to finance the Treasury and make end-year budget targets. More
1:38pm: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
1:26pm: A Seattle couple leaves $850,000 to the United States government in their will as a thank you to their adopted home. More
1:12pm: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen doesn't want to wait too long to raise interest rates. More
12:58pm: The media company acquired the African-American website, The Root, on Thursday. More
12:32pm: Josh Duggar has apologized for molesting girls as a teenager. More
12:12pm: Angel investor Jonathan Sposato is one of several pledging to support more women in tech. More
12:11pm: The New York Times columnist didn't know he was on Twitter until he had 600,000 followers. More
11:16am: Shares in telecoms group Vodafone have surged by roughly 11% this week as takeover rumors swirl. More
10:52am: The suspended NBC anchor hosted the show in January, but won't be seen when it airs Friday. More
10:37am: Sarah Kauss launched S'well to rid the world of plastic water bottles. In five years, she's sold 4 million of her stainless steel bottles. More
10:22am: The famous comedian celebrates Christmas with George Clooney, Amy Poehler, and other stars this December More
10:08am: Philip Morris and British American Tobacco have filed lawsuits against the British government over a law that bans brands from cigarette packages. More
9:59am: Many retailers have warned of sluggish sales this year. But consumers are still spending at theme parks like Cedar Fair, Six Flags, Disney World and Universal. More
9:54am: The head of Amalgamated Bank says the industry must do more to safeguard customers and their money More
8:28am: More than 3.5 million people's sexual preferences, fetishes and secrets have been exposed after dating site Adult FriendFinder was hacked. More
8:22am: As Memorial Day kicks off summer driving season forecasts are that drivers will be seeing lower prices again soon. More
7:36am: REITs have been one of the best performing assets since the recession. But now they're stalling. More
7:26am: Amazon offers one-hour food delivery in Manhattan to Prime Now members. More
4:56am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
6:46pm: Google apologized for and fixed Google Maps issue where users were taken to the White House if they type in variations of the n-word. More
6:34pm: You wiped your Android phone clean before you traded it in. But your text messages, emails, pictures and Facebook key are probably still in there. More
5:51pm: Chelsea Clinton took the stage during Internet Week New York to discuss a new report that looks at the state of women around the world. More
5:47pm: Observers of the Freddie Gray tragedy viewed it as an inevitable byproduct of years of disinvestment in an inner-city neighborhood. But that's not what happened. More
3:38pm: The Cuban government opened a bank account with Stonegate Bank to handle its future embassy finances in the U.S. More
2:23pm: Ahmed Zayat is on top of the sport of horse racing but he's also embroiled in a messy federal lawsuit brought by a convicted gambler accusing him of welching on bets. More
2:11pm: Rents increased 4% in April from last year while home values only rose 3% during the same time period. More
1:39pm: A shortsighted technology law is coming back to haunt us -- in the form of a software weakness that exposes you to hackers. More
1:38pm: Plains All American Pipeline was ordered in 2010 by federal authorities to pay $40 million for violations related to 10 oil spills in four U.S. states. More
1:32pm: YouTube now supports 60fps live streaming and HTML 5 playback on desktops. More
12:41pm: Building the replacements for tens of millions defective airbags and finding owners of the recalled cars will be a difficult and time-consuming process. More
12:38pm: Longshot presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is offering the most aggressive -- some would say radical -- plans to narrowing America's growing income gap. More
11:23am: Meet the investment funds that are hurting from the Greek crisis as the country's banks slump. More
10:41am: Wedding costs adding up? Try renting your dress, hunt for deals on bachelorette outings, and borrow decorations for the bridal shower. More
10:10am: Viewers and fans tuned in and spoke highly of the veteran host's send-off. More
10:01am: Letterman's finale went long, which means many people's DVR cut off the host's good bye. More
9:42am: Millennials have a super-charged advantage in growing wealth: time. Take advantage of the prosperity formula: Savings multiplied by time equals wealth. More
9:29am: Waggoner Ranch sprawls across 510 acres in six counties. More
9:08am: Lumber Liquidators says Robert Lynch unexpectedly resigned as CEO of the embattled company. More
8:27am: Flickr's auto-tagging feature is labeling black people as 'ape' and concentration camps as 'jungle gyms.' More
8:00am: Trivia startup QuizUp expands into a social networking platform. More
7:56am: For $2,000 a month, Beacon will offer unlimited flights between New York and Boston -- and plans to add more cities soon. More
7:51am: Electronics retailer Best Buy reported sales and profits that topped forecasts. The company said it was helped by "iconic mobile phones." Code for the iPhone 6? More
7:41am: McDonald's says its under attack by union organizers after 2,000 fast-food workers marched on its corporate headquarters. More
7:19am: The great minds of Wall Street are increasing their holdings of certain energy stocks and pharma companies. More
5:03am: The U.S. and Israel have the worst levels of income inequality in the developed world, according to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. More
5:03am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:44am: Li Hejun lost $15 billion on Wednesday when shares in his solar firm Hanergy plummeted 47% in an hour of trading in Hong Kong. More
10:17pm: This is David Letterman's final top ten list on his farewell show. More
6:44pm: Google is fixing a Google Maps issue where users are taken to the White House if they type in variations of the n-word. More
6:40pm: The legendary host has said goodnight after a three decade career in late night. More
5:08pm: A San Francisco program has helped low-income families save more than $1 million for college. More
3:53pm: The Quarter Eagle was worth $2.50 when it was minted, but the coin sold at auction for $2.4 million on Tuesday. More
3:43pm: Federal judge issues arrest warrant for Joe Francis, who filed for bankruptcy in 2013, but failed to turn over his assets, which includes the luxury cars he owned. More
3:31pm: Letterman is making jokes about his future -- "five years from now, a nurse will be feeding me rice cereal" -- but not giving up any facts. Not even his producers know for sure what he'll do next. More
3:04pm: Leap Transit received a cease and desist letter from the State of California for not having a permit and various safety issues. More
2:48pm: A study published in Science and widely covered in the media was retracted after the study's author concede they faked some of the data. More
2:40pm: The music streaming service will add podcasts, video clips and personalized playlists. More
2:26pm: America's central bank wants to see the economy improve more before it raises interest rates. More
2:14pm: LG Display shows off its newest OLED TV. It's super thin and sticks to a wall like a magnet. More
1:54pm: A complete list of all the models included in the record 34 million-car airbag recall is not yet available, but here's a preliminary listing of model and model years affected by the recall. More
1:32pm: Airline stocks were Wall Street darlings last year. But shares of industry leaders Southwest, American, United and Delta are falling on worries about rising oil prices and fears of a new fare war. More
12:55pm: In a car crash, properly functioning front airbags save lives and prevent serious injury. More
12:31pm: Bacon prices are down for the first time in two years. Americans are eating it up. More
12:22pm: David Letterman's last day on "The Late Show" has arrived. Here's what he has in store for the goodbye. More
12:00pm: Letterman's long-time producer Rob Burnett said that of all the late night hosts now, Kimmel is the closest to the model of Dave. More
11:43am: Tens of millions of chickens have been culled due to the bird flu outbreak. That means fewer eggs ... which could lead to higher prices for whole eggs and other products that use yolks and whites. More
11:42am: The founder of European eyewear giant Luxottica has granted its Italian employees ?9 million euro ($10 million) worth of shares in the company. More
11:16am: A lot of U.S. companies are stalling, but these ones are expected to have an amazing 2015. More
10:30am: David Letterman's last day on "The Late Show" has arrived. Here's what he has in store for the goodbye. More
10:28am: Maria Renz, the new No. 2 at Amazon, has an inspiring Lean In story, in which she essentially told Jeff Bezos to eliminate her job. More
10:23am: Welcome to the real world, Class of 2015. It's expensive, especially when it comes to housing. More
10:10am: Gambling, drinking and smoking aren't for everyone, but these companies make a lot of money. More
9:34am: Popcorn Time pirated movies can now be watched directly in a Web browser -- you no longer need to download separate software to use it. More
9:14am: Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a bill to make four-year public colleges tuition free and lower interest rates on student loans. Most of the cost would be covered by taxing Wall Street transactions. More
9:05am: Beaumont School's all-girls robotics team broke stereotypes at the national championship. More
9:02am: There's a very good chance your car has an airbag that has been recalled due to risk of exploding. Here's what you should do. More
8:52am: Study says Delta drives up fares by blocking info from travel sites. More
8:37am: Terrorist group ISIS is being forced to find alternative sources of income as revenues from oil plunge. More
8:28am: The largest recall in automotive history is sending shock waves through Takata, one of the industry's biggest suppliers of safety equipment. More
8:09am: In honor of David Letterman's last show, CNNMoney has its own Top 10 list for the stock markets' hurdles ahead. More
7:51am: RealTimes is a new app that creates slideshows from your photos and videos automatically. More
7:20am: Yahoo said that any new IRS rules about spinoffs won't affect the tax-free deal it will get by spinning off Alibaba. More
6:37am: Minneapolis and St. Paul tie for having the best parks in America. Fresno, not so much. More
6:26am: There's a new mobile browser for Android devices that blocks ads automatically. More
6:23am: You want to keep your retirement savings safe, but you also want investment gains. To manage the balancing act between security and growth potential, follow this three-step process. More
5:29am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
5:01am: Citigroup, Barclays, JPMorgan Chase, RBS and UBS have been hit with the new penalties related to their attempts to rig foreign currency markets in their favor. More
10:36pm: Japan's economy posted a strong start to the year, but economists are warning there's slower growth ahead. More
10:36pm: The Web servers for the St. Louis Fed were attacked in April, sending visitors to spoofed websites that could have been used to steal their data. More
9:29pm: Romi Haan overcame discrimination as she turned her idea for a steam mop into a multi-million dollar home appliances company. More
8:37pm: Executive producer Rob Burnett says David Letterman's longtime rival Jay Leno will not be appearing on Letterman's final show. More
5:19pm: Defending comments he made last week, the wealthiest member of Congress noted that some 80% of the U.S.'s poor have air conditioning, 75% own a car or truck and 42% own their own home. More
4:57pm: L.A. is the largest U.S. city to mandate that workers must be paid at least $15 an hour. More
3:50pm: Consumer groups have filed a complaint with the FTC about the YouTube Kids mobile app. More
2:28pm: If you're planning a getaway, here are the best and worst airports for summer flight delays. More
2:23pm: David Letterman is heading to the end of his late-night career with the same guest he started with: Bill Murray. And there will be cake! More
2:12pm: These are the results from Big Idea Week, which paired mentors from tech companies and disadvantaged kids to come up with innovative business ideas. More
2:00pm: Pressed by federal safety regulators, air bag maker Takata has agreed to roughly double the number of recalled cars to more than 30 million cars. More
12:40pm: Believe it or not, Australia is the only advanced economy in the world not to succumb to a recession since 1991. More
12:39pm: The "Mad Men" finale brought in a good rating as it ended its run for AMC. More
12:25pm: KFC is hoping that its famous founder -- brought back to life by comedian Darrell Hammond -- will woo more customers to its restaurants. More
12:15pm: The mythical iTV all-in-one Apple TV has been shelved, according to a news report. More
11:40am: In Queens, plans are afoot to turn an abandoned, partially elevated rail line into a 3.5-mile park. More
11:38am: A survey of bankers in New York and London finds that many illegal and unethical behavior persists. More
11:37am: Retro English cars are enjoying a revival in surprising parts of the world. More
11:13am: The US senator says rape scene on Sunday night's episode was "disgusting and unacceptable." More
11:12am: Chinese engineers charged with economic espionage for stealing Avago and Skyworks. More
11:05am: The closing sequence of 'Mad Men' confounded many fans and critics. More
10:47am: In Queens, plans are afoot to turn an abandoned, partially elevated rail line into a 3.5-mile park. More
8:51am: Apple, Google and dozens of other tech companies have urged President Obama not to support proposals to give law enforcement carte blanche access to data from smartphones and online communications. More
8:41am: Disney has been expanding its movie-themed cruise lines. More
8:12am: New York City Mayor de Blasio has become a leading supporter of a $15 minimum wage and that has sparked an attack ad. More
8:08am: Rich Russians poured money into Monaco real estate last year, helping boost property transactions in the city state to a record high. More
8:02am: As the 2016 election nears, the economic issues important to Latinos will play a key role in deciding votes. More
7:36am: Walmart reported sales and earnings that missed forecasts. This raises more concerns about weak consumer spending. The pay raise for employees hit profits too. More
7:17am: Federal Trade Commission joins the fight over proposed sale of data of more than 100 million RadioShack customers who were promised their data would be kept private. More
6:54am: Deutsche Bank said it might move its business away from Britain if the country chooses to leave the European Union. More
5:19am: Alibaba is trying to attach unique digital tags to the billions of products it sells in an attempt to rid its online shopping platforms of fakes. More
5:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:53am: Defaulted on your debt? Watch out. Russian bailiffs can seize your cat as collateral. More
4:50am: Only a quarter of workers worldwide enjoy a "stable employment relationship," a new report shows. More
7:56pm: As Letterman's farewell week begins, some are lucky enough to say goodbye to the host in person. More
6:56pm: Google is looking to hire a graphic designer who will help create Google's homepage image known as the Google Doodle. More
3:36pm: The Republican senator from Florida wanted to harvest some cash to help pay for household appliances, his kids' education and just to have some money available on the presidential campaign. But he chose one of the most expensive ways to do it -- cashing out an IRA. More
3:32pm: Fiat Chrysler hasn't acted fast enough to fix vehicles involved in recalls, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. More
3:04pm: Apple did such a good job designing its iPhone that it now can't protect itself from copycats. More
2:50pm: 5G could produce speeds up to 40 times faster than 4G. But you'll have to pay more to take advantage of it. More
1:43pm: Billionaire hedge fund manager Michael Novogratz said he prefers job applicants who took a gap year. More
1:33pm: American Pharoah's biggest payday won't be on a race track, it will be earned in stud fees. More
12:24pm: Carl Icahn is at it again. He is asking Apple CEO Tim Cook to buy back even more stock. Icahn thinks Apple is still undervalued and once again predicts it will soon make a TV and a car. More
12:19pm: Rock band by night, venture capitalists by day. Linkin Park is getting into the tech investing game and says it's inspired by the culture of Silicon Valley. More
11:14am: Lane Bryant owner Ascena is acquiring the parent company of Ann Taylor and Loft. Expect more retailers to merge as consumer spending stalls and competition intensifies. More
11:14am: "Mad Men" capped its seven-season run on Sunday night with a tantalizing development. Meditating atop a hill in California, Don Draper appeared to find inspiration for creating Coca-Cola's 1971 "Hilltop" ad. More
9:16am: Texas restaurant temporarily shut down after fatal biker shootout. More
8:35am: Flying car companies such as AeroMobil and Terrafugia are racing to bring their vehicles to market, but various roadblocks could seriously delay their high-flying plans. More
8:28am: The trailer for the new 'Steve Jobs' aired for the first time during the 'Mad Men' finale on Sunday. More
8:17am: Banning students from carrying cell phones has the same effect on exam results as adding an extra week of learning, a new study found. More
8:07am: Under Armour apologizes for t-shirt that echoes an iconic World War II photograph of U.S. soldiers lifting an American flag during the battle of Iwo Jima. More
7:56am: Russia and China are deepening their ties against the backdrop of a shared distrust of the United States. But Moscow's pivot to Asia is unlikely to fill the hole left by burning its bridges with the West. More
7:42am: Consumer Reports says malfunctioning door handles kept their reviewers from getting into their new $127,000 all-wheel drive Tesla. More
4:56am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:06am: Well, that was short-lived. After just one month, China has nudged Japan out of the way, retaking the top spot as the world's biggest holder of U.S. debt. More