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Week at a glance: All stories

11:26pm: Box office sales in China hit more than $100 million on Monday, smashing the country's previous record set in July. More
5:35pm: Tech tackles the refugee crisis More
5:34pm: Disney CEO Bob Iger told investors that there has been an "uptick" in subscribers at ESPN. Nevertheless, its stock price dipped in after hours trading. More
5:19pm: The Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah blasted ex-pharma CEO Martin Shkreli in an 11-minute YouTube video. More
4:17pm: Sports Authority faces looming deadline, possible bankruptcy filing after missing $20 million interest payment. More
3:33pm: CBS has established its criteria for who will make the stage at its debate next Saturday and Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina may not make the cut. More
3:30pm: Sears announced on Tuesday that it would be closing at least 50 unprofitable stores. More
2:40pm: President Obama's $4.15 trillion budget won't go anywhere this year with Republican lawmakers. But sometimes the proposals of outgoing presidents can influence future policy debates. Here are some of Obama's ideas from his last budget blueprint. More
2:02pm: Bloomberg News faces a dilemma in covering boss Michael Bloomberg's plotting a possible presidential campaign. More
1:23pm: Gas prices in California are higher than the national average -- here's a look at why that's the case. More
1:21pm: The oil price crash has forced Saudi Arabia to make cuts to a $6 billion scholarship program that supports 90% of its students abroad. More
1:19pm: The number of job openings in December was just shy of a record high and a reminder of the vast job skills gap More
1:10pm: The diamond will be called 'Lesedi La Rona' - or 'Our Light," the result of a public naming contest by the company that discovered it in Botswana. More
12:52pm: Fitbit shares are at an all-time low despite a Super Bowl ad promoting its new Blaze smartwatch. Investors are worried about the intense competition in the wearables market ... and fear that Fitbit could be another GoPro. More
12:26pm: "Happy Birthday To You," one of the most popular songs in the English language, is now in the public domain as part of a $14 million class action settlement. More
12:14pm: Looking to buy a home while carrying student debt? Here's the difference between making a low down payment and putting 20% down. More
11:24am: Mattel maker Barbie, truck manufacturer Paccar and cable giant Comcast are among the few companies in the tech heavy Nasdaq 100 that are actually up so far in 2016. More
10:47am: Deutsche Bank has been forced to make public comments about the health of its finances for a second day running to reassure worried investors. More
10:44am: 5G is coming soon, and Nokia believes it will usher in a new era for faster speeds, instant replay and robotic surgeries. More
10:34am: The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq remained volatile following steep losses overseas and another plunge in oil prices below $28 a barrel. More
9:47am: Top celebrities have a habit of getting their own way. That can be a challenge for the people paid to look after their money. More
9:45am: For the first time since the Great Recession, the Nasdaq is getting dangerously close to a bear market. More
9:20am: Central banks across the world are doing everything they can to prop up economies and currencies. Yet experts are worried all these actions will have a negative impact. More
8:29am: Viacom is facing problems well beyond its executive turmoil. The company's stock is down 15% after a weak quarterly earnings report. More
8:10am: STEM3 Academy was started specifically for students with autism, ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome. Its STEM-based curriculum is breaking through barriers. More
7:11am: Red Lobster got a major sales bump from Beyoncé's new song. More
6:27am: Iran is ready to sell its oil to the world again, but it wants to be paid in euros, not dollars. More
5:45am: Oil prices are unlikely to rise any time soon, the International Energy Agency has warned. Here is why. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:39am: Sundar Pichai has vaulted into the ranks of the world's highest-paid chief executives after being awarded stock worth $199 million. More
2:44am: Glimmers of freer economic activity in North Korea under Kim Jong Un could suffer if new sanctions are imposed over its recent nuclear test and rocket launch. More
12:28am: The Nikkei plummeted 5.4% Tuesday and the yield on key Japanese government bonds went into negative territory for the first time. More