Week at a glance: All stories

9:15pm: Israeli citizen Elad Shahar may owe the U.S. government $6,000 in taxes, even though he hasn't lived in America since he was seven and has never earned a penny there. More
7:49pm: Paying to check your bag is a moneymaker for the airlines who've taken-in almost $1 billion from baggage fees over three months. More
7:46pm: A customer at Walmart paid $50k for other people's layaway items at the company's store in Harrisburg, Pa. More
6:30pm: After weeks of silence, Camille Cosby speaks out in defense of her husband amid sexual assault allegations. More
6:15pm: The money will go to a scholarship fund in memory of Hae Min Lee, the victim at the center of the podcast's story who was murdered in 1999. More
6:04pm: It didn't take long for New York Magazine's story on a 17-year-old stock whiz with a rumored net worth of $72 million to make a splash. But the story's juicy premise unraveled almost as quickly. More
5:04pm: Sabrina Rubin Erdely still hasn't said anything in public about the discrepancies in her Rolling Stone article, but she's "re-reporting" it, according to some of the people involved. More
5:00pm: Ford was one of the worst performing stocks in the S&P 500 Monday. More
5:00pm: Microsoft's fight against a search warrant has the backing of Apple, CNN and dozens of others. More
3:25pm: The Dubai stock exchange is down 22% so far in December. Investors aren't sure Gulf states can withstand cheap oil. More
2:48pm: The night before Christmas is approaching fast More
2:03pm: The value of oil held in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve has plunged by nearly half in the last six months, falling about $35 billion in value. More
1:48pm: Sony's stock has tumbled as more and more embarrassing emails have come to light. Is it an overreaction? More
1:16pm: Russian Central Bank raises interest rates again as currency plunges. Deep recession is feared. More
12:22pm: One day your hot, next day your not. Most investment funds can't replicate their past success. More
11:56am: A software used by some Amazon sellers in the United Kingdom went haywire Friday, causing prices to fall to one penny. More
11:54am: 75 years later, "Gone with the Wind" is still one of America's favorite films. More
10:58am: The Sony hacking saga continues, this time with a slimy deal for Sony employees and threats of further data dumps. More
10:49am: France is planning to ban Uber's ride-sharing service uberPOP from January 1. More
10:18am: The Federal Reserve holds its final meeting on 2014 this week. Jobs and oil are likely top of the agenda. More
10:13am: Parents of 10 children killed at Newtown sue Freedom Group More
10:01am: Going on vacation is becoming an extended family affair. Here's how to plan a multi-generational vacation full of memories, not nightmares. More
9:48am: With just 10 days left until Christmas, Monday is the peak shipping day of the season for FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service. More
8:32am: In 2011, Bloomberg Philanthropies awarded innovation grants to 5 U.S. cities. Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg discusses their successes and announces the next recipient cities. More
8:28am: A former BlackRock managing director has been banned from working in finance for dodging fares on his commute to work. More
8:14am: Brian Williams, the anchor of the "NBC Nightly News" for the past ten years, has agreed to extend his contract. More
7:48am: Thirteen states now have at least one station selling gas for less than $2 as falling oil prices result in widespread relief at the pump. More
6:05am: Uber has crashed into its latest public relations disaster after attempting to charge passengers inflated prices to leave Sydney as a hostage crisis unfolded at a cafe in the city. More
5:31am: There's consensus on what needs to be done to reform the corporate tax code in 2015. But there are many reasons it likely won't happen. More
5:26am: Having won a landslide in weekend elections, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe must now deliver the economic reforms he's been promising for two years. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More

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