Week at a glance: All stories

8:42pm: Joseph Weisenthal, executive editor of Business Insider, is leaving the site for Bloomberg. More
7:21pm: Consistently checking whether you're savings is projected to last you through retirement is one of the best ways to create a smart and responsible retirement income plan and manage it along the way. More
6:30pm: His Berkshire Hathaway investment house holds big chunks of Coke and IBM, both of which have taken a drubbing this week. More
6:19pm: In the oil boom towns of North Dakota, Texas and Colorado there's a big demand for new homes -- but there's no one to build them. That's because construction companies keep losing skilled workers to the oil companies, which are offering big bonuses and six-figure salaries. More
6:12pm: Lay's announced that the flavor beat out more than 14 million others in a new contest. More
6:00pm: Rush Limbaugh claimed that "people at the highest levels of our government" think Americans deserve to be infected with Ebola as retribution for slavery -- but now seems to be back-pedaling. More
5:46pm: Daimler sells its 4% stake in the electric car-maker after five years as an investor. More
4:44pm: Yahoo was in the spotlight Tuesday as it released its third-quarter results, its first earnings release since the Alibaba IPO. More
4:39pm: The Dow rises nearly 200 points and the Nasdaq has best day of year as stocks roar back Tuesday. More
3:42pm: Michigan governor Snyder signs bill that Tesla says will block it from opening either a store or showroom in Big Three's home state. More
1:55pm: The recommendation was made Monday during a meeting of a state task force that is working on new rules to require retailers to clearly label food with marijuana. More
1:28pm: Executive Producer Al Jean explains how Mr. Burns, Kent Brockman, and the Simpsons would be different today compared to 1989. More
12:28pm: After a slow start, tickets prices in San Francisco have moved ahead of those in Kansas City ahead of start of Fall Classic. More
12:14pm: Coke just can't get its turnaround story right. Investors are tired of the fizzle. More
12:00pm: American companies are ramping up investment in Juarez, Mexico, after years of drug violence. More
11:53am: Shares of Chipotle tumbled due to concerns about slowing sales growth in 2015. But investors love Qdoba and its burger chain parent Jack in the Box. More
10:50am: Chinese iCloud users are facing a new wave of attacks -- not from cybercriminals, but from their own government. More
10:41am: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says women are paid equally at Microsoft, while taking home an $84 million pay package. More
10:13am: CNN and several other Turner-owned cable channels have disappeared from Dish Network homes due to a contractual dispute between the two companies. More
10:03am: McDonald's is struggling in markets around the world, especially in light of a food scandal in Asia that caused sales to tumble. More
9:33am: Oscar de la Renta dressed first ladies, movie stars and other celebrities. And that clientele allowed him to charge top dollar for his creations. More
9:04am: Startups focusing on "ag tech," or agricultural technology, are gaining the attention of farmers and investors More
8:18am: Having every single episode of "The Simpsons" on-demand is "boggling my mind," says the show's executive producer Al Jean More
7:57am: More wealth in America is always good news. Except when it grows too fast compared to income. More
7:29am: Foreign workers, lured by false promises of good jobs and benefits in America, soon find themselves enslaved in plain sight as victims of labor trafficking, a report from the Urban Institute finds. Here's how it can happen. More
6:02am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:15am: Hong Kong's top official claims that an open nomination process would give the city's poor residents too much influence over the political system. More
12:21am: Ever wonder why your avowed-conservative brother or fervently-liberal aunt can't even seem to agree on the facts? Here's an answer. More

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