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Week at a glance: All stories

10:21pm: Zenefits founder and CEO Parker Conrad steps down. COO David Sacks takes over, with a call to fix compliance issues and change the company's culture. More
7:40pm: Super Bowl 50 attracted $132 million worth of bets, and casinos kept about 10% of the money. More
5:09pm: Tesla stock shed nearly 10% on Monday, putting it on track to have its worst day since May 2014. More
4:13pm: Al Jazeera America's web site will stop publishing new stories on February 26, and the channel will cease broadcasting on April 12, a spokeswoman says. More
3:57pm: When Curt Schilling donated $250 to Ben Carson, his FEC filing including some commentary about his ESPN job. More
3:09pm: Yelp announced another loss Monday afternoon as its sales growth slows. The company also said its CFO is stepping down. More
2:25pm: Clinton is under fire for her ties to Wall Street. On Sunday, she refused to say that she would never put a banker in her White House. More
1:43pm: Chipotle to invest $10 million in food safety at small farm suppliers. More
1:00pm: A former deputy secretary in Obama's Department of Education will take over the University of Phoenix's parent company, Apollo Education Group, once the sale is finalized. More
12:46pm: Gas for less than $1.50 a gallon is now common and some markets even have gas near a buck. More
12:17pm: Stocks are off to a brutal start in 2016. Experts say we'll be 'lucky' to have stocks gain 4% to 5% this year. More
12:12pm: Beyonce says she's the black Bill Gates in her new single called 'Formation.' More
11:54am: Chesapeake Energy said it currently has no plans to file for bankruptcy. The oil and natural gas company was forced to respond to concerns about a possible restructuring due to the plunge in energy prices. More
11:52am: Bernie Sanders' economic plan would create nearly 26 million jobs and increase median income by more than $22,000, according to University of Massachusetts Amherst economics professor Gerald Friedman. More
11:28am: Moe's Southwest Grill is hoping to sell more burritos while Chipotle tried to recover from an E. coli outbreak that left it reeling. More
11:02am: European regulators could soon start forcing big international companies to reveal their earnings and tax bills in each of the 28 European Union countries. More
10:49am: The Super Bowl's winners and losers' shares paid to players are only a fraction of money that players get in other sports. More
10:38am: Super Bowl 50's audience dipped from last year, but was still the third largest in U.S. television history. More
10:34am: Lehman Brothers whiskey is about to hit bars in London and New York. Barclays Bank is not happy about the use of the name. More
9:28am: Wall Street's terrible start to 2016 just got worse, with the Dow sinking 178 points points and the Nasdaq getting closer to a bear market. Oil prices are also back to $30 a barrel. More
8:22am: Super Bowl ads have their biggest moment on Monday, following the game. More
8:18am: India has once again posted growth of more than 7%, securing its standing as the world's fastest growing major economy. More
7:27am: Russia, Mexico and southeast Asia stand to lose from the fall in global currencies while others stand to gain, depending on their trade ties with China. More
6:57am: Facebook's campaign to offer free Internet access to hundreds of millions of people in India has been blocked. More
6:54am: Tidjane Thiam, the chief executive of Credit Suisse, has offered to slash his bonus after the bank reported its first loss since the financial crisis in 2008. More
5:21am: The number of citizens and long-term residents cutting their official ties to the U.S. jumped more than 20% last year to a new record of 4,279. More
5:06am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:03am: A new study finds women still are poorly represented on corporate boards and in C-suite jobs of publicly traded companies globally. But it also found that companies that have more women in leadership roles do better financially. More