Week at a glance: All stories

11:05pm: Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong are using FireChat to improve communication and organize. More
7:41pm: Three representatives have asked Republicans to discuss the regulator's coziness with Wall Street. More
5:22pm: The S&P 500 lost 1.5% in September, its worst performance since January. Is this a blip or a turning point? More
2:51pm: Microsoft showed off the new Windows 10 at an event for business customers Tuesday. More
2:11pm: After a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday, the FCC ended a 40-year-old ruling that blacked out NFL games in local broadcast areas. More
1:37pm: California Governor Edmund Brown signs a law banning single-use, plastic bags at grocery stores, pharmacies and other retailers beginning next year. More
1:06pm: The Internet is riddled with holes and bugs, and it is beyond repair. More
1:00pm: Carl Icahn is on a hot streak. The activist investor is known to play hard ball. It worked again with eBay. More
12:30pm: If startups begin imploding, it could infect Wall Street, especially young tech stocks that haven't been profitable for long. More
11:47am: CNNMoney's Italian-American investing correspondents did a taste test of Olive Garden's food. They agree with hedge fund Starboard: It's not very appetizing. More
11:24am: Testing whether the iPhone 6 Plus BendGate controversy is real, some are testing it out in Apple Stores. More
11:07am: To recruit new members, ISIS uses popular social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. More
10:34am: Even limited air operations could cost up to $4 billion a year, says a think tank, while large ground forces could cost $1.8 billion a month. More
10:24am: Germany risks slipping into its third recession since the global financial crisis, piling pressure on Europe to do more to stimulate its stagnant economy. More
10:05am: Piers Morgan's new job: Daily Mail U.S. editor-at-large More
10:00am: Even if your bank account doesn't have millions, you can still employ the investment strategies of the wealthy. More
9:15am: Case-Shiller's national index shows that price gains slowed in July for the seventh straight month. More
8:42am: News and REA team up to buy Move for more than $1 billion. More
8:00am: Wine in anything but a glass bottle used to get a bad rap. But times are changing. More
7:50am: Grocery chain is the latest victim of malware. More
7:24am: Online auction site eBay to spins off online payment service PayPal. More
7:14am: Europe's top regulator is accusing Ireland of striking a deal with Apple back in 1991 that helped the tech giant artificially lower its tax bill for over two decades. More
6:51am: This mom of four only makes $29,000 a year and is losing $400 a month because the state is garnishing her paycheck over a debt. Now she is about to be evicted from her apartment. More
6:46am: If you're one of the millions of Americans getting your pay garnished because of outstanding debt, it's important to know your rights. More
5:03am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:56am: Apple has been granted regulatory approval by the Chinese government to sell the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. More
1:19am: As demonstrations continue to disrupt normal operations in Hong Kong, both experts and residents are considering the long-term impact that the pro-democracy protest will have on the international finance hub. More
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