Week at a glance: All stories

7:43pm: It's the second big layoff at Schlumberger this year. The oil services company cut 9,000 workers in January. More
7:10pm: Seeking to make it easier to compare hospitals, the federal government has started awarding star ratings to hospitals based on patients' reviews. More
6:43pm: Five Walmart stores across the country have been temporarily closed for repair. All workers were notified Monday that they would lose their job immediately. More
6:13pm: Having trouble getting your baby to sleep? Rest Device's Mimo baby monitor promises to help parents get a better night's sleep. More
5:56pm: Travelers on international flights on United Airlines can expect a three-course meal in economy this summer, plus free beer and wine. More
4:25pm: It's because of the Brian Williams controversy that Richard Engel's 2012 kidnapping in Syria is now under new scrutiny. Here's how the kidnapping story has changed. More
3:45pm: Wikileaks on Thursday published a searchable database of every email and document that was stolen from Sony by hackers last year. More
3:04pm: Fans went crazy for the latest teaser from Disney's "The Force Awakens" on Thursday. More
2:21pm: In the U.S., Asians had the highest percentage of high school graduates enrolled in college in 2014, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. More
2:00pm: Apple has removed the April 24 launch date for the Apple Watch from its website. More
12:57pm: Mattel's stock has slumped along with Barbie sales. Don't blame tech. It's a lot more than that. More
12:56pm: New comScore numbers show Bing gained share of desktop searches in the United States, crossing the 20% mark in March 2015. More
12:55pm: Want to type on a laptop? A tablet? A smartphone? A smartwatch? Here's the fastest way to enter text on all of them. More
12:53pm: Get ready for pink giraffes and pastel palm trees. An affordable Lilly Pulitzer collection will be on sale at Target from April 18 through May. More
12:11pm: The Mexican-American anchor was included in Time's 100 most influential people donning one of the magazine's covers. More
11:51am: Saudi Arabia announced that its stock exchange would open to foreign investors on June 15. More
11:50am: The richest schools are getting better returns on investments, most of the donations and hold most of the wealth held by the nation's schools. More
11:14am: Bill O'Reilly says he was an 'idiot' to not expect questions about his credibility. More
11:14am: Kansas Governor Sam Brownback inked a bill preventing welfare recipients from using public money to pay for cruise ships, tattoos and fortunetellers, among other things. More
10:46am: The IPO market has lots to celebrate today. It's only fitting that Party City is the life of the party. More
10:31am: Netflix is on fire. One Wall Street analyst just upgraded his projection for the stock from $400 to $900. More
9:24am: Russia has banned an American movie about a Soviet serial killer after officials said it was "historically inaccurate." More
9:03am: Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to close loopholes in the tax code that she says encourage big banks to behave badly. More
8:57am: Netflix wants to get into China. Here are three reasons why that's going to be a huge headache. More
8:33am: Ben Bernanke will advise Chicago hedge fund Citadel on monetary and economic policy. More
8:26am: Business is booming again at Goldman Sachs and the company's bankers and traders are being rewarded handsomely. Nice work if you can get it. More
7:36am: Virtual reality technology allows engineers to get inside a Jaguar engine, without ever rolling up a sleeve. More
6:42am: Rhea Shannon lost her Dad to the war in Afghanistan, and was facing a $54,000 student loan bill. Barely two hours after CNNMoney told her story, she got a phone call from an angel offering to help get it wiped away. More
6:26am: Britain grew faster than any other G7 economy last year. But the recovery is still not being felt by many people. More
4:57am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More