Week at a glance: All stories

10:25pm: China's economy lost some momentum in the first quarter, turning in a ho-hum performance that underscores the difficulty of executing reforms amid slowing growth. More
9:39pm: Observers are warning that risks of a blow up in China's property market are rising, threatening a slowdown that could hurt global growth. More
9:10pm: General Motors wants bankruptcy court to protect it from the growing number of lawsuits over botched ignition switch recall. More
6:42pm: The new Z06 convertible is the fastest open-top car General Motors have ever made, the automaker says. More
4:42pm: Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results. More
4:22pm: GM CEO Mary Barra announced that the automaker has created a new "global product integrity" unit to ensure that a" situation like the ignition-switch recall doesn't happen again." More
4:07pm: After a big selloff last summer, local and state bonds are on the rebound. Get over the fiscal horror stories (like Detroit) and focus on the public sector recovery -- and the increasingly important tax break. More
4:07pm: Oklahoma cities and towns are banned from raising the local minimum wage under a new state law. More
2:00pm: Security experts say they used a camera-phone photo of a fingerprint on a smartphone screen to create a "fake finger" capable of breaching the S5. More
12:58pm: Detroit's emergency manager and retired police and firefighters hammered out a deal Tuesday that could help pave the way for the city's exit from bankruptcy. More
9:51am: The Nasdaq ended higher Tuesday despite concerns that some technology stocks are overvalued. The Dow gains for a fifth Tuesday in a row. More
9:23am: Inflation is slightly higher in March as food and shelter costs accelerated More
8:33am: German economists and analysts are feeling cautious about the country's future prospects because of concerns that the crisis in Ukraine could hit trade with Russia. More
8:22am: CNN's senior media correspondent gives his take on his own network's latest offering. More
6:53am: The Columbine has only served Coors on draft for its entire 80-year existence. But the owners have had to get creative in order to stay afloat. More
4:55am: After a big bout of volatility, stock markets were looking soft Tuesday morning as investors wait for the next round of quarterly results. More
12:04am: The countdown starts now: You have until midnight to get your taxes filed by the April 15 deadline. More
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