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Week at a glance: All stories

10:26pm: A joint statement from DraftKings and FanDuel on Monday responded to concerns their workers can misuse inside information. More
10:00pm: Fears over China's economy have sent global investors into a panic, but they haven't raised the heart rate of Japan's richest man. More
9:52pm: Abenomics, Japan's economic revival plan, is falling way short of expectations. More
7:05pm: An error on the State Department's visa bulletin gave thousands of immigrants false hope that they were moving forward with the final step of the green card process. More
5:44pm: The social network and Eutelsat are teaming up to launch a satellite that will bring Internet to sub-Saharan Africa in 2016. More
5:10pm: Conservative pundit Erick Erickson is leaving RedState, the website he founded. More
5:09pm: Jon Steinberg, who left BuzzFeed for the Daily Mail, will leave that post at the end of the year. More
4:41pm: The company has received at least two reports of illness caused by the contamination. More
4:36pm: MSNBC shifts assignments for Steve Kornacki and Alex Wagner in the latest effort to revamp the cable news channel. More
4:31pm: Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin's divorce battle entered into settlement talks on Monday as the trial gets postponed. More
4:11pm: Being an airline boss wasn't enough to stop Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden's bags from getting lost on a recent flight. More
3:54pm: Critics says it'll ship more jobs overseas, advocates say it will increase U.S. exports and good paying jobs that go with them. Here's a look at the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. More
3:48pm: Two new forms aim to make the home loan process a lot more transparent. Here's your guide on what buyers need to know. More
1:49pm: Caffeine plus peanut butter equals Steem, the hangover cure. More
12:43pm: The market is in the middle of a five-day winning streak. Of course, that follows a five-day losing streak. So volatility hasn't gone away yet. Still, bulls are optimistic. More
12:39pm: Los Angeles Times expected to suffer the brunt of Tribune's latest round of cuts. More
12:34pm: The soda that Marty McFly drank in "Back to the Future Part II" can soon be yours. More
12:15pm: If Republicans want to take the White House in 2016, they'll have to show they care about the poor, says Arthur Brooks, president of conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute. More
11:51am: Lego has broken into the world's top 100 most valuable brands for the first time. More
11:39am: Nelson Peltz is making a $2.5 billion bet on GE. But the activist investor is actually applauding GE CEO Jeff Immelt, not seeking for his ouster. More
11:31am: The number of people living in extreme poverty is set to fall to under 10% of the global population for the first time in 2015, the World Bank said. More
11:17am: Shakur's prison letters are for sale. But only a BossPlaya can afford the $225,000 price. More
11:16am: Air France executives had their shirts ripped from their backs on Monday after a company meeting revealing plans to cut thousands of jobs turned violent. More
11:09am: Gun stocks are doing better than Apple. That's how popular and profitable they are. More
9:55am: Colombia's government plans to sign a peace agreement with militia rebels in March. Peace could give a boost to those investing in the country. More
9:18am: Coke and Pepsi have been market duds this year. But Shasta maker National Beverage is surging. So is Cott, which makes private label sodas for Walmart. More
8:59am: After years of talks, negotiators for the United States and 11 other nations have reached agreement on controversial free-trade agreement. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, would make trade easier across many areas of business. More
8:21am: Disneyland annual pass with no blackout dates now costs $1,049, while top Disney World pass has gone to $829. More
8:14am: Jack Dorsey is Twitter's new CEO -- permanently. Twitter made the announcement on Monday. More
6:24am: You're paying record ATM fees More
5:16am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:59am: Embattled clothing company American Apparel has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. More
2:23am: Stephen Davis, president of Hasbro Studios, has confirmed that four more 'Transformers' films are on the way. More
1:07am: Following a major attack on the iTunes App Store last month, security researchers have warned that iPhone and iPad users in China and Taiwan are still at risk from malicious software. More