Week at a glance: All stories

9:47pm: Las Vegas might have first class shopping, dining and nightlife. But for serious gambling, head to Macau. More
8:02pm: Game 1 of the World Series saw the Royals taking on the Giants, it also saw the lowest ratings in MLB history. More
6:33pm: The mandatory Ebola-related quarantine is over, but Dr. Nancy Snyderman and the crew members who traveled to Liberia with her are not coming back to work yet. More
5:40pm: Still in search of the perfect Halloween costume idea? How about going as a million bucks. More
2:35pm: Domino's pizza used to suck. Now people like it and the stock is at a record high More
2:17pm: Captain America's bike exceeds auctioneer's estimate. More
12:24pm: Uber canceled its free rides with hot girls promotion in Lyon, France before it ever launched. More
12:19pm: The Moscow airport snow plow driver involved in the crash that killed French CEO Christophe de Margerie earlier this week denies he was drunk. More
12:11pm: It's hard to find a glaring weakness with Apple's stock. The innovative spirit is back too. So why is Apple still not in the Dow? More
11:09am: House lawmakers urge the Labor Department and Federal Trade Commission to investigate Jimmy John's. More
10:49am: Trendy power couples can now get their fashion fix with a 30-day tour of the 12 most in-vogue global cities, including Paris, London, Milan, New York, Istanbul and Barcelona. But it costs a pretty penny. More
10:42am: Turkey's finance minister is cautiously optimistic about the future despite slowing growth and regional unrest. More
10:23am: Apple Pay is double charging some Bank of America customers, and getting the charges taken off is a headache. More
8:52am: Social Security checks will get a little bit bigger next year as benefits rise by 1.7% -- which translates into $22 more each month for the average retired worker. More
8:42am: There's a sense that with Ben Bradlee's passing, an idea has died too, an idea about print journalism and impact and government accountability. That's a premise Bradlee would have ripped up. More
7:04am: The midterm elections are around the corner, and the economy remains a top concern. With unemployment down and inflation low, why do people still feel the economy stinks? More
5:15am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
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