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Week at a glance: All stories

6:24pm: For the first time ever, Facebook had one billion users on its site Monday. More
4:50pm: Fifth ranking woman departs Al Jazeera America in recent months. More
3:38pm: Rectangles rejoice! You can now post landscape and portrait images on Instagram. More
2:56pm: If you're a DirecTV customer, Sprint will give you a year's worth of cell phone service for free. More
2:33pm: Donald Trump finally gives more detail on his economic plans. More
1:09pm: Stephen Colbert told Time Magazine that his new "Late Show" has a planned series about finding the true Colbert. More
12:55pm: Mining companies are cutting jobs as China's economic slowdown causes prices to tumble. More
12:46pm: Apple's fall event date will be Wednesday September 9. The company is expected to unveil its newest iPhones and possibly iPads. More
12:25pm: In a sign of an emerging trend, former Clinton aide Chris Lehane heads to Airbnb. More
12:10pm: Tyson Foods hit with new allegation of supplier abusing chickens. More
12:03pm: Ricky Martin came to the defense of Mexican journalist Jorge Ramos in an op-ed against Donald Trump. More
12:01pm: A new device that pugs into iPads and iPhones will let mobile and non-traditional retailers accept Apple Pay payments. More
11:39am: Gap retailer workers no longer have to be on call when they're not working. More
11:28am: To work for the world's biggest search engine, you have to know what to search for -- naturally. More
11:09am: Central bankers are swooping to the rescue of shaky economies, soothing investor panic for now but highlighting a global addiction to easy money. More
11:02am: John Sculley's Obi Worldphone will begin selling two new Android smartphones in October. More
10:43am: After watching many of its workers cross the border into the U.S., one Mexican company has been working hard to keep its workers in Mexico by making the American Dream come true for them right in its own backyard. More
10:25am: Western investors have thrown Ukraine a financial lifeline worth $3.6 billion by agreeing to write off some debt and delay bond repayments. More
10:23am: Smartphones are expensive. So using the one your employer gives you can save a lot of money. But in exchange you may be forfeiting control and privacy. More
10:16am: The U.S. stock market continued to rebound Thursday morning after days of volatility. More
9:59am: Reacting emotionally to wild stock market swings could do your retirement savings more harm than good. More
9:15am: Two tabloid newspapers printed close-up images from a gunman's execution video on their front pages, immediately provoking condemnation from other journalists and public figures. More
8:39am: The U.S. economy grew by 3.7% between April and June, higher than the first government estimate. More
8:35am: A class action lawsuit settlement will give StarKist customers the right to chose between cash and tuna fish as payment. More
8:09am: Microsoft says Windows 10 has been downloaded 75 million times in a month. More
7:19am: Broken light bulb leads to glass fragments in bread and a recall of bread in 11 states. More
7:01am: The new Tesla Model S P85D scored so high in the magazine's tests that the scoring system had to be adjusted. More
5:08am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:55am: Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin has agreed to pay $650 million for World Triathlon Corporation, the latest expansion of his growing sports holdings. More