Week at a glance: All stories

11:07pm: The "Crouching Tiger" sequel will be the culmination of Netflix's long-held goal to let subscribers see films at the same time they're in movie theaters. More
6:51pm: On Wednesday, 17% of First Green Bank's 66 employees will get a raise under the company's new "living wage" program. The guarantee: At least about $30,000 a year. More
5:12pm: Ello wants to capitalize on those who have gripes with Facebook -- can it work? More
5:06pm: This is Wal-Mart's latest move to build up its online presence as it struggles to compete with retailers like Amazon. More
4:50pm: The automaker also announced major losses in Russia and Latin America. More
3:13pm: While borrowers were trying to save their homes from foreclosure, Flagstar Bank sat on important documents and 'drove borrowers into foreclosure,' authorities said. More
2:52pm: Facebook launched a new line of business Monday that will display advertisements on computers and mobile devices to users on sites across the Web. More
1:53pm: The dollar has soared to levels not seen in four years. Here's why it matters. More
1:36pm: Despite service that 'sucked,' an Iowa couple leaves a $100 tip for the waiter to prove a point about kindness and the life of a waiter in America. More
12:24pm: Investors could yank a whopping $400 billion of assets from Pimco following last week's surprise exit of legendary founder Bill Gross. More
11:48am: Forbes says the richest 400 people in America made $270 billion this year. All told, the group has a staggering $2.29 trillion in combined wealth. More
11:41am: DreamWorks Animation has an inconsistent track record in Hollywood and on Wall Street. Could Japan's SoftBank change things by buying the studio? More
11:03am: The Dow drops as investors fret about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and the overall global economy More
10:40am: More people bought cars, furniture and cell phones in August, a positive sign for the economy. More
9:30am: Comcast says it is taking steps to improve its famously bad customers service, naming new executive to deal with problems. More
9:20am: Hack the Hood teaches low-income youth in Oakland how to build websites for small businesses. It's only a year old but is already having a big impact on students like Nhat Ho. More
9:09am: The must-have mommy accessory wasn't intended for mommies at all, but celebrities and chic parents across the world have gone gaga for Bugaboo strollers. More
9:07am: Massachusetts is the first state to pass an initiative helping foreign entrepreneurs bypass the H-1B visa quota. More
8:40am: As deductibles soar, hospitals are asking patients to pay their deductibles and co-payments before getting treatment. More
8:20am: The fastest growing cities in the nation are ones with reasonably priced homes. More
5:03am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:50am: Chinese censors appear to have blocked access to Instagram after images of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong flooded the social media app. More
3:44am: In the past year, fees charged for using an ATM not owned by your bank rose 5%, according to a Bankrate survey. More
2:19am: Key traffic arteries in Hong Kong remained blocked Monday after a crackdown by police failed to dislodge pro-democracy protesters. More
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