Week at a glance: All stories

6:35pm: Oculus chief scientist Michael Abrash uses 'The Matrix' to pitch virtual reality at F8, Facebook developer conference. More
6:06pm: Just having enough money doesn't mean you can be first in line for the next new Ferrari. More
4:22pm: Payday loans come with interest rates of 100% or higher. The government wants to crack down. More
4:20pm: The IRS has paid out more than $191 billion in refunds so far this tax season to 66.1 million filers. More
3:07pm: About 180 players have been mailed checks for $200 with the notation 'Dinner out' as a way for the late North Carolina coach to thank his players. More
2:43pm: This credit card has a battery, chip and screen to display a dynamic CVV code. The point? Stopping fraudsters. More
2:13pm: Live streaming startup Meerkat announced via livestream that it raised $14 million in funding from investors including Greylock Partners, Universal Music Group, Jared Leto, and more. More
1:56pm: L Brands, owner of Victoria's Secret, was founded by Les Wexner in 1963. He's still the CEO. He's one of the best (and wealthiest) in retail. The stock is near an all-time high. More
1:49pm: Ruth Porat, Morgan Stanley's CFO, is jumping to Google. The ranks of women on Wall Street are thin. More
11:36am: Starbucks has been selling blended ice coffee drinks for 20 years. More
11:22am: Corporate earnings don't look too rosy lately. Could this finally trigger a market correction? More
11:17am: Lufthansa has been rocked by news that a flight operated by its Germanwings subsidiary was deliberately crashed by the co-pilot. More
10:25am: Home price appreciation has been outpacing wage growth in the last two years , which means it's getting harder to afford buying a home. More
10:22am: After being pressured by investors, eBay now has three women on its board of 17 directors. More
10:05am: A single 20-year-old pays 21% more than a married driver the same age for car insurance. More
10:00am: Periscope, acquired by Twitter in January, lets users live broadcast from their mobile devices. More
9:32am: The Walgreens greeting will be replaced by a new set of guidelines for greeting customers, but the company hasn't decided on anything concrete. More
9:24am: The Samsung Galaxy S6 looks just like an iPhone, but it is decidedly not an Apple smartphone. More
8:32am: Filing from cash-strapped clothing retailer shows it spent $10.4 million on its internal investigation that led to founder Charney's ouster. More
8:28am: Microsoft appears to be the first big U.S. company to require the businesses it works with to offer employees paid time off. More
7:31am: Oil prices are bouncing higher as Saudi Arabia launches airstrikes in Yemen, raising concerns that a regional conflict could disrupt supplies. More
6:45am: China has given U.S. authorities a "priority list" of corrupt officials who are thought to have fled to America. More
6:32am: Startup PredictifyMe's groundbreaking technology could help protect against school bombings More
6:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
6:03am: Denise Morrison and her sister Maggie Wilderotter have shattered the glass ceiling. They are 2 of only 24 female CEOs of S&P 500 companies. More