Week at a glance: All stories

7:02pm: When it comes to retirement savings, the gap between the rich and poor is growing dramatically. More
6:43pm: Everyone seems to have an opinion - but not the media mogul. More
5:46pm: Alibaba officially secured its place in history as the largest U.S.-listed IPO of all time. The deal values the company at $168 billion. More
5:37pm: Attack is not the largest in history but it is bigger than the Target hack of late last year. More
4:20pm: Oracle founder Larry Ellison will become chairman of the board after stepping down as its chief executive. More
2:02pm: Cereal makers like General Mills, Kellogg and Post are all suffering as people shift what they're eating for breakfast. More
1:57pm: The restaurant's red star logo was controversial among the Vietnamese-American community More
1:14pm: The retailer is adding 10% more workers this holiday season than it did last year, but rivals Target and Kohl's is hiring more. More
12:41pm: Apple says it has addressed customers' privacy concerns. But its security record says otherwise. More
11:40am: PepsiCo CEO Nooyi says Goodell is man of integrity and she's confident he'll do the right thing to deal with domestic violence crisis. More
9:59am: Politico said Thursday that Susan Glasser, the editor of its weekly magazine, will also take charge of the news outlet's main newsroom in Washington. More
9:57am: Immigrant entrepreneurs leverage connections abroad to boost international exports -- and non-immigrants could stand to learn from their tactics. More
9:54am: Amazon released a cheaper Kindle as well as a tablet aimed at children, two of six new devices unveiled by the company Wednesday. More
9:41am: NASA has turned over the shuttle program to two companies, Boeing and Elon Musk's SpaceX. The agency wants to pursue something far sexier. More
7:56am: Apple says new operating system for iPhone and iPad won't allow it to bypass your password to get data - even if police have warrant. More
6:46am: Only 49% of Americans have any money in stocks at all. Wealthy, white, college-educated individuals are the most likely to invest. More
5:15am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:45am: Sony stock tumbled Thursday after the firm warned investors it expected to lose billions this year. More
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