Week at a glance: All stories

9:59pm: Another quarter, another set of disappointing results for Samsung. Time for a reinvention! More
6:35pm: Mark Zuckerberg lashed out at an analyst during an earnings call, evoking Tim Cook's similar tirade last year. More
6:35pm: For broadcast television, this is the Year of the African-American Viewer. More
6:09pm: Don Thompson will leave the company on March 1 and will be replaced by Steve Easterbrook, who has headed up the McDonald's business in Europe. More
5:51pm: There is interest in remaking the British anthology series "Black Mirror" for an American audience, but for now the company that owns the show isn't saying much about it. More
5:30pm: Apple just posted the biggest quarterly profit in corporate history and Carl Icahn, one of its biggest investors, still believes the stock is super cheap. More
4:46pm: One of the in-flight catalog's vendors wants to buy the company's assets and reinvent it for the Internet age. More
4:37pm: NBC has (finally) crossed the goal line and sold out all of its Super Bowl ad time, at a record average price of $4.5 million per 30-second spot. More
4:20pm: Facebook's earnings jumped 34%, as nearly all users are accessing the social network on smartphones. More
4:14pm: Decades of declining oil production has been reversed since Obama took office, leading to the largest increase in the nation's history. More
4:03pm: Up to 6 million uninsured Americans will owe an Obamacare penalty. More
3:14pm: The Kentucky senator has re-introduced legislation to audit the Federal Reserve. More
2:39pm: "I feel pretty stupid that I don't know any foreign languages," Gates said Wednesday in an online Reddit chat. More
2:29pm: The Federal Reserve is very upbeat about the U.S. economy. Rate hikes could be come sooner rather than later. More
1:53pm: His name has been synonymous with blogging for nearly 15 years. But on Wednesday, The Daily Dish's Andrew Sullivan announced that he will "stop blogging in the near future." More
1:49pm: The IRS said it has carried out thousands of audits of offshore schemes and pursued criminal charges that have resulted in "billions of dollars in criminal fines and restitutions." And it won't stop there. More
1:32pm: Greece and its international lenders have embarked on a battle over the country's staggering debt. Other European countries have most to lose. More
1:01pm: Shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba are falling on counterfeit goods concerns while Yahoo is up on spin-off plans. But Alibaba is expected to report huge increases in sales and profits. More
12:11pm: Greece's banks were slammed Wednesday as the country's new anti-austerity government abandoned commitments made to its international lenders. More
12:03pm: Is the Waze app really that dangerous to police? Not really. They're operating in public anyway: in uniform and in marked police cars. More
11:54am: The global economy is heading south in the eyes of Wall Streets bearish forecasters. U.S. markets likely to follow. More
11:37am: Everyone knows walking around with a map and a camera are dead giveaways, but there are some less obvious ways you can make your status known. More
11:25am: Tim Cook has a lot of money to burn. He could use Apple's cash to buy Disney. Or Amazon and Netflix combined. More
10:48am: The best TV deals for the Super Bowl are happening now. If you wait, you might miss out until the fall. More
10:24am: Estimates from experts vary between $500 million and $1 billion, but analyst Evan Gold echoed the sentiment of his peers: it "wasn't a big deal." More
10:15am: Russia is raiding its national infrastructure fund to save its cash-starved banks. More
10:03am: Rove fights back on the notion that Republicans dislike the poor. He and Democrat James Carville debate the strength of the U.S. economy. More
9:58am: During Apple's record-setting quarter, it sold more iPhones than BlackBerry sold smartphones over the past three years. More
9:50am: Ford recalls 205,000 cars, including Taurus, Lincoln MKS and Interceptor police sedans. There's a problem with the door handle which could cause the door to come unlatched in an accident. More
9:23am: The upscale burger chain now expects to sell shares at a price between $17 and $19 each, up from $14 and $16 previously. More
9:10am: Rejected GoDaddy ads usually feature raunchy material. Not this time. More
9:02am: Qatar has added to its bulging portfolio of prime London real estate by clinching a deal to buy Canary Wharf, home to several skyscrapers housing the city's biggest banks. More
7:33am: After 123 straight days of gas price declines, the price of gas edged higher on Tuesday and stayed level on Wednesday. More
6:39am: Neon is a major trend in sports uniforms, because young fans are more likely to buy clothing with fluorescent colors. More
5:08am: The Chinese government has released a report accusing Alibaba for failing to battle counterfeits on its shopping sites. More
5:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:33am: Prices for rough diamonds are losing their sparkle as a liquidity squeeze starves the industry of much-needed capital. At the same time the souring global economy is putting pressure on spending in the luxury sector. More
2:58am: China has beefed up its Great Firewall yet again, this time cracking down on virtual private networks, or VPNs. More
1:43am: China's ongoing anti-corruption drive has claimed another victim: The country's obsessive pursuit of gold medals. More

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