Week at a glance: All stories

6:40pm: NBC is developing "Space Race" a reality TV show with Virgin Galactic that would send contestants into space. More
5:52pm: When it comes to Internet speeds, the U.S. lags behind much of the developed world. More
4:56pm: The burrito chain's offer is only good on Halloween. More
4:50pm: AT&T adds two new 'value plans' with more data in response to similar deals from rival carriers. More
3:36pm: The Virgin Galactic spaceship that crashed Friday was a passenger jet that cost nearly $500 million to develop. More
3:19pm: Macy's and Kohl's will open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving for those shoppers who want to get a jump start on their Black Friday shopping. More
2:10pm: Anheuser-Busch InBev, the brewer of Budweiser and other popular beers, says Russia was a big drag on profits in the third quarter. More
12:41pm: Project Gregory is raising money on Kickstarter to fund a billboard home prototype in Slovakia. More
11:52am: Frightening vampires and zombies were no match for the chilling power of Princess Elsa this Halloween. More
11:32am: Russia and Ukraine's new energy deal ensures gas will flow freely to Europe just in time for winter. More
11:25am: BlackRock says the economy could be stimuluated by erasing some student debt for first-time homebuyers. More
10:19am: Federal lawsuit seeks class action status on behalf of owners of 5 million Hondas with airbags at risk of exploding. More
9:57am: Inventory glut causes Sturm, Ruger sales to suffer. More
9:32am: Critics question Toyota's plans to disable airbags when it runs out of replacements for the defective airbags at risk of exploding. More
8:41am: It's easy to blame Russian hackers. It's harder to prove it. More
7:40am: Apple warned investors it could be hit by higher taxes due to changes in Irish law. More
7:28am: The Da Vinci AiO 3-D scanner and printer doesn't really work, but it's an interesting concept. More
6:08am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:47am: The Bank of Japan is going for broke and expanding its already aggressive stimulus plan. More
10:33pm: Sony is undergoing a painful restructuring. Will it be enough to save the iconic Japanese brand? More
7:29pm: Instead of flocking to sunny beach havens or downsizing to a condo in the city during their retirement years, a majority of Baby Boomers say they're just going to stay put in their current home. More
6:53pm: 'Chevy Guy' Rikk Wilde became a viral sensation bumbling his way through a World Series presentation Wednesday night. More
6:21pm: While the start of the 2014 World Series struck out in the ratings, the clinching game 7 was a home run. More
5:06pm: As China slows down garment production, the slack will get picked up in developing countries worldwide, for better or worse. More
4:55pm: The company's stock fell after-hours after a weaker-than-expected profit forecast. More
4:52pm: Dow soars 221 points Thursday as stock market puts an exclamation point on its turnaround. More
3:13pm: Microsoft's new Band smartwatch claims to make you a better human, and to know you better than you know yourself. More
2:12pm: Plasma TV production is about to end, as LG says it is going to stop producing the once-popular TV sets. More
12:58pm: An annual federal government census found about 578,000 homeless individuals nationwide, down about 2% from last year. More
12:24pm: Like Apple CEO Tim Cook, these top executives are openly gay in the workplace. More
12:16pm: The case from the Federal Trade Commission is its first against an online dating site. More
12:16pm: Warnings about drop in ad spending during all important holiday period another sign of problems facing New York Times. More
11:37am: Shares of Keurig Green Mountain are riding a caffeine high this year. Will Coke, which already owns a big stake in Keurig, buy the rest? More
11:09am: Consumers continue to ramp up spending. That's very good news for credit card companies. More
10:44am: San Francisco-based Tumml is an accelerator fostering 'urban impact start-ups' that aim to tackle civic problems -- and turn a profit. More
10:22am: Luxury spending might be slumping this year, but there's one area that continues to have a strong foothold: men's designer sneakers. More
8:44am: More proof America is gaining momentum: GDP beat expectations from July to September. More
8:33am: Movie and film industry announce "zero tolerance policy" towards wearable recording devices in theaters. More
7:56am: Stocks staged a huge rebound in October, but the Dow got left behind. More
7:20am: Apple CEO Tim Cook writes a column in which he announces that he's gay: "I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me." More
7:12am: Energy producing nations like Iran, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia rely on oil to bankroll their budgets. Now they're in trouble. More
5:56am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
11:18pm: Former Microsoft CEO explains why owning a basketball team isn't so different from running tech company. More
10:30pm: Samsung earnings plunged in the third quarter as the company's smartphone business was squeezed by competitors. More
7:46pm: The agency highlighted a string of servicing practices it didn't like. More
7:12pm: In cities across the United States, millions of people will be kicked out of their homes this year. Some can't afford their soaring rent, others are getting evicted over minor violations by landlords eager to get higher paying tenants in place. More
6:01pm: Amy Kukec thought leaving her abusive husband would be the beginning of a new life, but so far she's hit one debilitating financial roadblock after another. More
5:18pm: Swift pledges to donate all of the proceeds from her new song "Welcome to New York" to the city's public schools. More
5:07pm: The History Channel and the University of Oklahoma are launching an online college course. More
4:41pm: Verizon Wireless has been using technology that assigns unique identification codes to users as they browse the Web on their phones, sparking concerns about customer privacy. More
3:57pm: Black Friday isn't just about Friday anymore, with many stores opening on Thursday evening and online deals that kick off the season. More
2:50pm: Ferrari has been on a wild ride this year, with a management shake up and new plans to split from its parent company. But the company still makes some of the hottest cars on the planet. More
2:42pm: Many retailers are rejecting Apple Pay for their own app, CurrentC. It just got hacked. More
2:40pm: News Corp's $580 million investment in MySpace failed because of poor management decisions. More
2:25pm: Wal-Mart heiress Christy Walton tops the list of richest women by region of the world, according to a new report from Wealth-X. More
2:04pm: Despite the headwinds, the Fed believes the economy is strong enough to stop the bond buying crutch. More
1:54pm: BlackBerry CEO says the new BlackBerry Classic will be for BlackBerry's core group of fans. More
1:17pm: Kansas City fans are paying about $1,000 to see the Royals play San Francisco Giants in Game 7 of the World Series Wednesday night. More
1:08pm: Has Verizon's new tech site banned stories about net neutrality and spying? An editor says yes; the company says no. More
1:05pm: Just graduated college and starting your first job? Saving for retirement is probably the last thing on your mind. But saving for the future is one of the smartest things you could do. Here's how much you should be stashing away. More
1:00pm: However the gap between the rich and the poor has widened rapidly, a new Oxfam report on inequality finds. It's also a dangerous trend and could lead to more violence. More
1:00pm: Lysol and Clorox claim that they are effective disinfectants against diseases similar to Ebola. More
12:24pm: More than two dozen people have been charged with using paycheck selfies from Instagram photos to steal financial information. More
12:18pm: About two-thirds of the stations nationwide are now charging $3 or less for a gallon of regular, as the national average falls to the lowest level in nearly 4 years. More
12:16pm: Critics complain that the Federal Reserve's bond buying didn't help the economy. They may be right. But QE helped the broader market ... and banks in particular. More
11:55am: The Texas senator says a Fed audit is a top Republican priority for 2015, but some question his rationale. More
10:37am: A new book details how to break into the upper crust, one dinner party, Hamptons golf club, ignored billionaire wife at a time. Here are the top 7 "dos and don'ts of upward mobility." More
10:20am: Hackers have broken into a computer network used by President Obama's top advisers. More
10:00am: Orbital Sciences shares are getting hit hard following a rocket explosion Tuesday. The company faces tough competition ... including from Elon Musk and SpaceX. More
9:40am: Ferrari is splitting with its parent company, Fiat Chrysler, and investors will soon be able to buy shares in the newly spun-off company. More
9:25am: Chipotle workers say the burrito chain had policies in place that required them to work extra hours without pay. More
9:17am: Ballot initiatives in Alaska, Oregon and D.C. are letting voters decide whether or not to make marijuana legal for adults this November. More
8:09am: Potential for a fuel leak and fire is behind the recall of nearly 382,000 Dodge Ram trucks. More
6:23am: It's the only state to put the idea to a vote this year, but Illinois is hardly the first one to consider a millionaire tax. More
5:55am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
11:04pm: Thiel says Hollywood and Washington, D.C. are to blame for society's aversion to technology and science. More
6:47pm: Apple VP Greg Joswiak addressed the recent iOS bug and said the company acted quickly to fix the mistake. More
4:53pm: Facebook shares sank in after-hours trading Tuesday on news that the company's expenses are growing. More
4:10pm: The American Federation of Teachers have a petition with 80,000 signatures demanding an apology from Time. More
3:37pm: Google Life Sciences announced it's working to develop nanoparticles, wearables to detect cancer and diseases. More
3:02pm: AT&T is back in the Federal Trade Commission's crosshairs for throttling data speeds for customers with unlimited plans. More
2:13pm: Verizon's new Motorola Droid Turbo smartphone has amazing features that are a little over the top but still useful. More
1:42pm: Marc Andreessen says venture capital funding is likely to increase as tech startups touch more sectors. More
1:06pm: General Motors will unveil a re-engineered second-generation Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid at the Detroit Auto Show in January. More
12:58pm: Russia's budget uses an 'alternative economic reality' where oil trades for at least $100. More
12:10pm: Buffalo Wild Wings hikes menu prices at height of football season. Chicken prices are up 30%. More
11:46am: Papa John's CEO John Schnatter attends a memorial service for an employee who was murdered while working for the pizza chain at a location in Tennessee. More
11:45am: A robot will soon be available to help customers at an Orchard Supply Hardware store in the Bay Area, with plans bring them to more stores in the future. More
11:45am: The reality star scours eBay looking for older models, and says the device is her "heart and soul." More
11:28am: Twitter's user growth is lackluster and it still loses money. The company pales in comparison to Facebook. More
11:15am: Taco Bell has an app for ordering food, but you still have to pick it up at the restaurant. More
11:02am: Ticket prices for the Cleveland Cavaliers' home opener are up more than 1,000%, while Miami Heat tickets are now ice cold. More
10:50am: "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!" debuted in 1966. It still beats most current TV shows. More
10:07am: Drug makers stand to make $1 billion in federal contracts to develop stockpiles of Ebola vaccines and treatments for the U.S. government, says investment bank Credit Suisse. More
10:03am: YouTube acknowledged late Monday that it is considering charging viewers of the videos posted to its site. More
10:00am: The warehouse retail chain will stay closed on Thanksgiving this year, bucking the trend of retailers opening their doors earlier and earlier. More
9:51am: Tesla announces deal it says will cut lease prices for Model S by 25% as well allow unhappy buyers to bail out of leases early. More
7:43am: U.S. District Attorney accuses NYC and Computer Sciences Corp. of improper Medicaid billing. More
5:53am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:24am: Tim Cook reveals that 1 million people signed up for Apple Pay in just 72 hours. More
2:12am: Jack Ma built Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba into an industry giant, but he doesn't shop online. More
12:42am: The Madison Square Garden Company is exploring a potential split that would separate its live entertainment operation from its sports and media business. More
7:03pm: The global gender gap in the workplace is closing slowly, the World Economic Forum said. More
6:37pm: Ever dream of owning your own ghost town? On October 28, just in time for Halloween, you'll have your chance. That's when Johnsonville Village in Connecticut will be auctioned off. Starting bid: $800,000. More
5:17pm: Some MacBook users say the laptops suffer from a manufacturing defect that causes frequent system crashes and graphics failures. More
3:36pm: CVS and Rite-Aid have blocked Apple Pay, Google Wallet and all other NFC payment methods. Customers are worse off as a result. More
3:17pm: Larry Summers warns that it's no slam dunk that China and India will continue with their red-hot growth. In fact, history suggests otherwise. More
3:08pm: Amazon's firing a new shot in the battle for control of your TV. More
2:46pm: Neither CEO Mary Barra nor a company spokesman would estimate how much employees might take home this year through the profit-sharing program. More
2:39pm: Tesla's other big auto maker investor, Daimler, announced last week that it had sold its stake. More
12:59pm: IBM is helping officials in Sierra Leone crunch data from phone calls and text messages to coordinate the response from aid workers and health agencies to the worst Ebola outbreak in history. More
12:10pm: Harry Potter fans are clamoring to book holidays at a central London hotel that is offering rooms inspired by the popular J.K. Rowling books. More
11:56am: President Dilma Rousseff narrowly won re-election Sunday. Market reaction hasn't been pretty. More
11:55am: The music megastar is working with the British retailer to launch an active streetwear brand next fall. More
10:31am: Well-timed bets on GoPro, Netflix and Tesla generated almost $50,000 in winnings for this 29-year-old. More
9:09am: Lakeland Industries is raising $11.2 million through a stock sale to make more protective suits. More
6:26am: More and more workers will have to pay out thousands of dollars as high-deductible insurance plans proliferate. More
6:03am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:57am: The Ferrari Sergio supercar, produced in partnership with Italian design firm Pininfarina, is so exclusive that you have to be invited to buy it. More
4:47pm: Howard Lutnick's philanthropic efforts -- especially since the September 11 attack that claimed hundreds of his New York employees -- got $25 million deeper this weekend. More
3:38pm: Clear communication. Don't look for it in the average office, where buzzwords and mangled English abound. Here are some of the most god-awful examples polluting the workdays of CNNMoney readers. More
1:45pm: Musk, who promises to take humans to new heights with space and battery technologies, was especially grounded in his latest caution on artificial intelligence. More
10:02am: If Republicans control both chambers of Congress, hard-line party members could try to drive the fiscal agenda. Or pragmatism could win out. Here's what the political analysts say. More
9:49am: It's been a quite a ride, but the Fed is finally set to announce its exit from the market this week More
7:26am: Regulators have revealed the results of an extensive health check of Europe's top 130 banks as they try to find the weaklings. More