Week at a glance: All stories

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

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