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Week at a glance: All stories

7:42pm: A web site created by the city of New Orleans to commemorate its revitalization post Katrina ticks off a number of successes: major rebuilding projects, criminal justice and education reform and the rebirth of neighborhoods. But for black residents of New Orleans, the fruits of the recovery have been far more elusive. More
6:34pm: Along with heartache and anxiety, Wednesday's murder of a WDBJ news crew in Virginia is causing journalists across the country to reassess the safety of TV live shots. More
5:32pm: A new app called Arro, set to launch soon in New York City, will let riders reserve cabs and pay for fares. More
5:30pm: Tech startup founders share tips and tricks for making the most out of business travel time. More
4:52pm: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
3:47pm: Rebekah Brooks was cleared of all charges in News Corp.'s phone hacking scandal. More
3:45pm: The New York tabloid said the jarring photos are "a definitive part of the story." More
2:06pm: The market volatility in China and the U.S. could hit private companies, especially late-stage unicorns. More
1:29pm: The battery life for the iPhone 6 is about a day. But Intelligent Energy has a working iPhone 6 that gets a week's worth of power. More
1:23pm: Saudi Arabia is under tremendous pressure. The Saudi government is considering slashing spending by a staggering 10%. More
12:38pm: Miley Cyrus to reign over VMA chaos this Sunday. More
12:33pm: Over the past 12 months, Amazon has produced a staggering $8.98 billion of operating cash flow and $4.37 billion of free cash flow. But those numbers are a little deceptive. More
11:56am: The FBI says hackers have funneled $1.2 billion from businesses since October 2013 using a common scam. More
11:44am: Mom and pop investors are dumping their investments and moving to cash at levels not seen since the financial crisis of 2008. More
11:18am: Brazil's government announced that its economy fell into recession, shrinking 2.6% from a year ago. More
10:41am: It all started with fears of China's slowdown hurting the rest of the world. More
10:24am: Avid Life Media Inc., the parent company of Ashley Madison, announced that its CEO will step down. More
10:10am: Apple Music exec Ian Rogers is leaving just two months after Beats radio launch More
10:05am: When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, it wiped out 75% of the state's fishing vessels. These businesses, in particular, bounced back. More
9:26am: Thousands of Brits were left without pay heading into the holiday weekend after HSBC botched payments for many of its corporate customers. More
9:09am: Commissioner Bratton asks Disney and Marvel to sue rogue characters for copyright violation. More
8:38am: Google is putting an end to autoplaying videos in background tabs, putting a stop to the 'Where is that sound coming from?' phenomenon. More
5:16am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:50am: Somebody has set up a fake Goldman Sachs, a new high-water mark for Chinese counterfeiters. More
12:10am: China has been blamed squarely for this week's wild ride on global markets. Analysts are worried by turmoil in the country's stock markets, and signs that the country's massive economy is flagging. More