Week at a glance: All stories

7:40pm: Are the gifts more plentiful and expensive now than they were 30 years ago? More
6:41pm: New York Magazine reporter Jessica Pressler, who has been caught up in controversy this past week, will not be moving on to a new job at Bloomberg News. More
6:19pm: A record breaking 2.5 million viewers said goodbye to "The Colbert Report" on Thursday. More
6:05pm: Millions of people listened to the podcast, and now that the show is over some are taking issue with how it was reported. More
5:25pm: Staples is the latest to be hit by a data breach. Hackers stole credit card data on 1.2 million shoppers. More
5:01pm: Under pressure from regulators, the company will replace airbags in affected vehicles worldwide. More
3:53pm: Speaking with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton responded to President Obama's criticism. More
3:29pm: Major Hollywood studios led a quiet campaign with state governments to censor Google content online. Now, Google is calling them out on it. More
3:13pm: While talking about the Sony hack during his end-of-year press conference, President Obama called actor James Franco "James Flacco." More
2:26pm: Springfield becomes first city to have an average gas price under $2, as cheap gas spreads to about half the nation. More
1:37pm: The National Labor Relations Board said Friday that McDonald's and franchise owners retaliated against workers for participating in protests demanding higher pay for fast food workers. More
11:20am: Treasury sold its remaining shares Friday in Ally Financial, it's last remaining major stake from the $426 billion bailout of banks and the U.S. auto industry. More
11:12am: Unilever sued Hampton Creek over its egg-free mayonnaise spread Just Mayo. But the company behind Best Foods and Hellman's mayonnaise has now dropped the lawsuit. More
10:57am: Companies such as Uber and Airbnb need to behave more responsibly towards their staff and customers. More
10:40am: Investing in companies with increasing dividends like Disney and Starbucks can really pay off. More
10:12am: Message credits Sony executives for a 'very wise' decision to cancel 'Interview' release. More
9:53am: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
9:51am: If you're hoping Santa leaves you a tummy tuck or nose job under the tree, you're not alone. More
9:29am: By backing down from showing "The Interview,"Sony has set a dangerous precedent. Hackers now have a blueprint for hurting American companies. More
8:20am: ICANN, the all-powerful but little-known organization that administers global website domain names, has been hacked. More
8:10am: Kim Kardashian barely qualifies as famous, after Instagram loses a ton of weight. More
7:44am: It's been a mostly successful turnaround year for BlackBerry under CEO John Chen. But the company's sales continue to plunge and that has Wall Street spooked. More
5:40am: German chemicals company BASF has dropped a planned asset swap with Russia's Gazprom as Western sanctions bite. More
5:13am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More

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