Week at a glance: All stories

9:35pm: Silicon Valley has a reputation as a boys club. That's not the case in China, where some tech firms are making progress on gender diversity. More
8:37pm: On Monday, Sprint announced it was jacking up the data it offers in its family pack options. The new plans will be offered starting on Friday. More
7:22pm: Retirement giant Fidelity investments has agreed to pay $12 million to settle two lawsuits over the 401(k) plan it offers its workers. More
6:28pm: Local Subway and Quiznos franchises are losing up to 60% of daily sales because of crowded parking lots and fearful residents. More
6:08pm: Workers in San Diego will see a higher minimum wage starting in January and will receive five paid sick days a year. More
4:02pm: Despite conflicts around the globe and concerns about overpriced stocks, the market is surging again. More
3:25pm: The mobile trucks will serve coffee and snacks to students at Arizona State University, James Madison University and Coastal Carolina University. More
3:08pm: A spreadsheet reveals that Time Inc. weighed whether the content some employees created was "beneficial to advertiser relationship." More
1:32pm: New York banking regulators suspend PwC for 2 years and fine it $25 million for changing language in a report to make it less likely to raise red flags. More
1:08pm: Shares in Taser International are up 25% as investors bet trouble in Ferguson will spark a boom in the company's wearable cameras. More
1:05pm: Internet Explorer might be getting a name change, Microsoft engineers say. More
12:38pm: Chief executives of big British companies were paid 131 times their average employee wage in the last financial year, according to new research. More
12:13pm: Former VP clashes with Al Jazeera over Current Media deal. More
10:58am: Hackers have taken 4.5 million Social Security numbers from patients who attended any one of Community Health Systems' 206 hospitals this year. More
10:50am: The ALS Association says it has raised $15.6 million for Lou Gehrig's disease from the Ice Bucket Challenge. More
9:50am: A Japanese group raised thousands of dollars by selling jeans made with distressed denim that was gnawed and clawed by lions and tigers. More
9:03am: European farmers will be paid to destroy fruit and vegetables, or give them to charity, to prevent prices collapsing after Russia banned imports. More
8:02am: New parents be warned: The average cost of raising a child to the age of 18 has reached nearly a quarter of a million dollars, according to the latest estimates from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. More
7:17am: The advocacy group pressured Target, Chilli's, Sonic and Chipotle until those companies asked customers to keep their guns at home. More
6:54am: Dollar General bids $78.50 per share, or $9.7 billion, for Family Dollar More
4:58am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
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