Week at a glance: All stories

11:58pm: French oil company Total has confirmed the death of its Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie, who passed away in a private plane crash in Moscow. More
10:47pm: The tug of war between Amazon and book publisher Simon & Schuster just ended -- and both sides are declaring victory. So what will happen with Hachette? More
10:43pm: China's economy has clocked its worst quarter in more than five years, raising concerns over Beijing's ability to meet its own annual growth target. More
9:05pm: The Fed official overseeing Wall Street says things need to change, and if the risky culture isn't turned around, it may be time to break up the big banks. More
7:37pm: Starting in January, Citi plans to increase the monthly fees on its checking accounts. More
5:12pm: In three years, all Chicago high school students will have to take a coding course in order to graduate. More
4:51pm: Better-than-expected iPhone sales and record Mac sales lifted Apple in its fiscal fourth quarter. More
4:07pm: Snapchat has begun showing ads for the first time. More
3:08pm: Claims of deaths and injuries tied to General Motors faulty ignition switch continue to rise, and two more deaths have been linked to the problem. More
2:55pm: After recent death in Florida, NHTSA and Toyota putting out word to car owners covered by the recall of 7.9 million vehicles to bring them in for repairs as soon as possible. More
2:49pm: Volatility has returned to Wall Street this fall. Ebola is one of the fear factors for investors. More
2:34pm: Third straight day of gains for Nasdaq and S&P 500. Even the Dow eked out a win. More
1:08pm: Facebook wants the DEA to stop hijacking identities and creating fake accounts for its investigations. More
1:04pm: Apple Pay will be up and running Monday afternoon. More
12:50pm: The company that runs the popular petition website announced a new parental leave policy on Monday it called the most generous in the tech industry. More
11:59am: An elite group of forty Porsche enthusiasts were treated to a private tour of the Sistine Chapel on Saturday -- the first corporate charity event ever held there. More
10:01am: Host a furniture market. Here's how small town High Point, N.C. rakes in this much money -- twice a year. More
8:20am: Russian authorities are continuing their crackdown on McDonald's, forcing the closure of a handful of restaurants and investigating roughly half of the country's 400 locations. More
7:51am: IBM shares down sharply in after it announces a $4.7 billion charge to dump its chip unit and says it is disappointed with results. More
5:08am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
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