Week at a glance: All stories

11:47pm: The President has proposed removing a key tax-saving feature. More
10:50pm: President Obama wants to make the FAFSA easier by cutting 27 tough questions from the application form. More
6:26pm: Leaving the workforce early sounds like a dream. But running out of money too soon in retirement can be a real nightmare. Before assuming your nest egg is going to last for decades, take these factors into account. More
6:17pm: AK-47s, a Russian staple, can no longer be imported into the USA because of sanctions. One company will make it here. More
5:42pm: The record-breaking box office weekend for "American Sniper" has helped boost sales of the book the film was based on. More
5:05pm: Elon Musk's company announced this latest round of funding Tuesday. Google and Fidelity will own nearly 10% of the company. More
4:39pm: Netflix beat its own quarterly projections and ended 2014 with 57.4 million global subscribers; the streaming service says there's still plenty of growth ahead. More
4:23pm: The president is calling for a 28% rate on capital gains and dividends on high-income households. That includes a 3.8% Medicare surtax on wealthier households. More
4:17pm: A week after a group of Republican senators announced legislation aimed at keeping Guantanamo Bay open, a detainee has published a first-person account of his time in the prison. More
4:00pm: Tim Hoettges, the CEO of T-Mobile's parent company, said the Uncarrier plans are unsustainable. More
4:00pm: Baker Hughes said it is slashing 7,000 jobs, providing a fresh reminder that cheap energy is hurting some Americans. More
3:29pm: Anyone can now report scams, hoaxes and incorrect news as 'false' on Facebook. More
2:32pm: People oven forget about fees when investing. One percent doesn't sound like much until you calculate it in dollars. More
1:32pm: In a little less than a month, Sony's "The interview" has pulled in $40 million thanks to an online and on-demand release. And now it's coming to Netflix. More
1:06pm: MSNBC, Univision and Bloomberg got snubbed by the Republican National Committee's 2016 debate lineup. More
12:12pm: Switzerland's tourism industry is getting blasted this winter as the jump in the value of the Swiss franc raises prices for visitors. More
12:12pm: President Obama wants to make sure the "wealthiest Americans pay their fair share on inherited assets," according to a White House fact sheet. His proposal: Change a rule that protects capital gains from taxes when an investment is bequeathed to family. More
12:09pm: Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo tells CNN she intends to sue Fox News; a Fox executive calls the suit "misplaced." More
11:01am: The middle class has seen its income and wealth stagnate in recent decades. President Obama wants to change that. More
10:51am: Smith & Wesson predicts much stronger 2015 sales and profits as gun buying comes back in vogue. More
10:42am: Wal-Mart partnering with 25,000 tax preparers to allow taxpayers to get their refunds in cash at stores rather than in checks or direct deposit. More
10:42am: While most big firms and government jobs offer paid sick leaves, more than 40 million workers don't get this benefit. More
10:41am: New research from Nielsen shows buyers are skeptical of food labels, but they're willing to pay a premium for healthy food. More
10:22am: Microsoft will unveil more about Windows 10 this week. Here's what to expect. More
10:04am: Delta reported better-than-expected results, and the company's CEO is promises huge savings on gas. More
9:38am: Many Americans are not receiving any pay raises. Even worse, their take home pay is going down because of rising health insurance costs. More
9:29am: For the first time in a decade, the theme of the World Economic Forum is in plain English and might actually mean something. Davos is discussing "The New Global Context." More
8:44am: The White House wants to generate tax revenue by hitting big banks with a big fee. But would the new fee really make the system safer? More
8:05am: The upscale burger chain filed regulatory documents Tuesday saying it will sell 5 million shares at a price of between $14 and $16 each. More
6:18am: President Obama's plan to make community college free is only a proposal. If the dream doesn't come true, here are other ways to get money for college. More
6:16am: There are a lot of first-time advertisers for this Super Bowl. You've heard of Skittles and Carnival. But who the heck are Loctite, Wix.com and Mophie? More
6:10am: The NFL started the year under fire due to criticism of league response to domestic violence issues but at league prepares for Super Bowl, its bottom line continued to rise despite controversy. More
6:04am: Political and business leaders attending the world's most exclusive meeting in Davos have a harsh reality to face: The world is in worse shape than when they met 12 months ago. More
5:54am: A Facebook-sponsored study suggests that the social network has created 4.5 million jobs. More
5:22am: Geopolitical instability is sparking a rush for passports by wealthy foreigners in search for safe places to shelter their families and their money. More
5:09am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:41am: Christopher Catrambone used his experience and money to launch a charity to rescue migrants attempting the risky sea crossing from Africa to Europe. More
3:50am: For economist Paul Krugman, the challenges facing China's economy are enough to keep him up at night. More
1:55am: For one Japanese bank intent on embracing the future, the time has come for the robot bank teller. More
1:17am: An MSNBC guest's assertion that Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal "might be trying to scrub some of the brown off his skin" sparks criticism. More

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