Week at a glance: All stories

9:51pm: Chinese tech company Alibaba is readying for an IPO that could be the biggest ever for a tech firm, trouncing even Facebook. More
5:40pm: Google, Apple and other big tech companies face a class-action suit accusing them of colluding to suppress wages by agreeing to not hire each other's employees. More
5:08pm: Aereo is an innovative way to watch and record shows on local television stations. But is it legal? More
4:36pm: The streaming video company said Monday that it planned to increase subscription prices for new customers by one or two dollars a month within the next few months. More
4:35pm: Ford Motor will formally tap Mark Fields as its next CEO and reveal a formal retirement date for CEO Alan Mulally. More
4:13pm: With even Costco selling hearing aids, prices are coming down. But where should you really shop? More
1:54pm: A federal agency that had originally approved a new powdered alcohol product reversed its position Monday. More
1:46pm: The latest delay of the Keystone XL pipeline caused a 3% drop in TransCanada stock, the main project developer More
1:14pm: Piketty's 700-page economics book "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" tops Amazon's list of best selling books, and is sold out. More
12:58pm: Upstart Aereo says it has found a way to give consumers easier access to local broadcast TV for $8 a month. Broadcasters say Aereo is stealing copyrighted programs. More
12:26pm: Security experts weigh in on the software bug that impacted a majority of web users. More
11:21am: The automaker has been criticized for a decade-long delay in its ignition switch recall, and newly-released documents show it was aware of power steering issues years before it announced a recall last month. More
10:17am: The human toll of the 'coverage gap' can be found all too easily in Hidalgo County in Texas, one of 24 states that opted out of expanded Medicaid under Obamacare. More
9:46am: Corporate earnings will be in focus this week as 11 Dow companies and 161 of the S&P 500 are set to release quarterly reports. More
8:37am: On eve of hearing UAW says it will no longer challenge loss in organizing election at Volkswagen's only U.S. plant. More
8:19am: Private insurers allow doctors to charge more than Medicare does. More
7:03am: The stock market has been on a tear for the past few years but the average American remains reluctant to participate, according to a new survey. More
6:58am: Location doesn't only drive home values. It affects the size of your tax bill, too. Where you live plays a big role in your total income tax bite. More
6:55am: It's unlikely that General Motors will be able to repair all the problem ignition switches, leaving hundreds of thousands on the road. More
5:15am: Investors and traders seem to be in a good mood after the long weekend, with stock futures slightly higher ahead of another round of quarterly earnings. More
12:20am: Getting people to donate money is a big business, and some universities, hospitals and other nonprofits are rewarding their top fundraisers with big bucks. More
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