Week at a glance: All stories

10:30pm: Investors have pushed Indian stocks to record levels, betting that an election and new administration will cure some of the country's economic ills. More
5:46pm: NY Attorney General subpoenas six High-Frequency Trading firms More
4:50pm: The company continues to struggle with convincing marketers to pay as much for mobile ads as they do for desktop ads. More
4:24pm: Older entrepreneurs often have the experience, contacts and financial resources to create a successful startup. More
4:20pm: If you're on Medicare and not covered by an employer plan, consider buying some form of supplemental health insurance. More
4:17pm: The US Airways tweet, which included a link to a pornographic image, was sent as an 'honest mistake.' More
3:47pm: Canadian authorities say they caught a hacker who used the Heartbleed bug to steal taxpayer data. More
1:45pm: KFC is bringing back the Double Down, a bacon and cheese sandwich that uses two fried chicken filets as a bun. More
1:07pm: Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results. More
12:43pm: A sleeker appearance and better handling are promised in a substantial make-over for America's most popular car. More
12:02pm: China's answer to Twitter will begin trading Thursday in the U.S., but investors should be cautious More
10:00am: Investors were feeling pretty good Wednesday, as a slew of earnings and economic data rolled in and Janet Yellen continued to assure markets of low rates. More
7:59am: Bank of America is still feeling the fallout of mortgage crisis. Its stock was down 3% after a quarterly loss. More
7:31am: Detroit's emergency manager and pension funds for city employees hammered out a deal Tuesday that could help pave the way for the city's exit from bankruptcy. More
7:09am: Fuzipop holds monthly events at some of Manhattan's hottest nightclubs for the under-12 set. More
7:05am: Here are a few people who may not first come to mind when considering gratuity. More
7:03am: Artists don't often have long-term retirement accounts. The Artist Pension Fund aims to change that. More
7:00am: Real estate investors have returned to Detroit, not only to find some of the best deals in the nation, but also high occupancy rates and relatively high rents. More
6:58am: Pamela Knighton, a 51-year-old social worker from rural Georgia who earns under $25,000 per year, had her tax refund stolen by an identity thief last year. More
6:46am: Starbucks will pay more tax in the U.K. after moving its European headquarters to London from Amsterdam at the end of this year. More
5:24am: There's a distinctly positive mood in the markets early Wednesday as a set of good quarterly earnings and better-than-expected Chinese GDP lift investor sentiment. More
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