Week at a glance: All stories

9:29pm: China's economy is likely to have clocked its worst quarter in more than five years, according to a CNNMoney survey of economists. More
6:30pm: Many Baby Boomers are betting a big chunk of their retirement savings on stocks -- leaving them exposed to major losses as the market begins to tumble. More
5:55pm: The coffee chain will give workers raises and free food as well as let them show their tattoos. More
5:49pm: Hundreds of people, including some workers from Walmart, McDonald's and Zara, protested in New York and D.C. Thursday asking for higher pay. More
4:31pm: Google shares fell Thursday after the company reported continued challenges in its mobile ad business. More
4:21pm: A report by the Census Bureau Thursday shows that government programs do help lift people out of poverty. More
1:23pm: Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay "is going to change the way we pay for things." More
12:43pm: Do you think Warren Buffett is hiding under his desk in Omaha? Take advantage of the fact that good stocks are on sale. More
12:35pm: Tipping can be awkward, especially when you're on the road. But here's your cheat sheet. More
11:22am: Industry-wide recalls have now topped 52 million for the year, with the number of vehicles affected at about 20% of the cars now on the road. More
11:10am: Apple unveiled new editions of the iPad and iPad Mini at an event in California on Thursday. More
10:57am: Boston has garnered national attention with its innovative policies on education. More
10:37am: Talk of more help from the Federal Reserve sparked another dramatic comeback on Wall Street. More
10:06am: World turmoil has caused international investors to dump their cash into U.S. bonds and mortgage backed securities. More
9:42am: The big paychecks are back for bankers as Goldman Sachs profits jumps 25% More
9:36am: CBS, the only big broadcast network that isn't part of Hulu, now has its own Hulu-like streaming video service. More
8:57am: Elizabeth Holmes, America's youngest self-made female billionaire, has built a medical services company that's revolutionizing the blood test. More
8:09am: Law to block electric carmaker's Michigan sales advances, and analyst suggests Model X will be delayed. More
7:57am: Every major market in Europe has now entered correction territory, which occurs when an index drops by at least 10% from a recent peak. More
7:14am: The U.S. could get a big economic and jobs boost if businesses would spend some of their cash reserves. More
7:10am: The market is in free fall just as the Federal Reserve plans to take its foot off the gas. More
6:58am: Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says Google will eventually create an artificial personal assistant. You just have to share enough data to make it work. More
5:07am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:16am: The board of American drug company AbbVie is walking away from its merger with U.K. rival Shire, making the $55 billion deal the first casualty of the Obama Administration's crackdown on companies seeking to lower their tax bills. More
12:21am: About 80,000 extra hands will locate, pack and ship millions of orders, up about 10,000 from last year. More
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