Week at a glance: All stories

10:16pm: Sorry folks, the world economy is not going to improve much this year. Or next year. More
9:08pm: China's economy missed the government's official growth target last year, an exceedingly rare event that underscores the depth of challenges facing the world's second-largest economy. More
6:34pm: The beleaguered movie studio DreamWorks Animation is embarking on a round of sizable layoffs, potentially involving more than 15 percent of its employee base. More
6:26pm: Prices dropped as the New England Patriots pulled away with a win Sunday, the victory that sent them to the Super Bowl. The average ticket was selling for $2,879 on Monday, a 20% drop from last year. More
5:37pm: 49.8 million viewers tuned into Fox to witness Seattle's wild overtime win over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship. 42.1 million tuned to CBS for the AFC championship. More
1:51pm: David Nguyen, the co-founder of the contact-sharing platform Plaxo, is accused of killing his ex-wife's new husband. More
12:57pm: A duplex penthouse in midtown Manhattan sold for a new record. More
12:10pm: Apple workers don't get the day off today. Instead, the company encourages them volunteer. More
12:03pm: RadioShack had arguably the best Super Bowl ad last year. But did it work? No. Sales continued to plunge and now the company is reportedly near bankruptcy. More
11:53am: Microsoft patented something called "inconspicuous mode" for phones. It's basically a "theater mode" that automatically dims the screen and puts it on silent if it knows you're at the movies. More
10:25am: Apple has made some big changes in recent years that Steve Jobs would not have liked. More
9:45am: Facebook career site lists 1,159 job openings in everything from ad sales to drones and virtual reality. More
9:31am: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's second book club selection shows the group isn't about popular reads, but "learning about new cultures, beliefs, histories and technologies." More
9:19am: Amazon is getting into the movie-making business, and it plans to release them in both theaters and online. More
7:39am: Gunmaker PARA USA has called for an industry boycott of films starring the Liam Neeson after the actor criticized U.S. gun policy during a press tour for his latest film. More
7:07am: According to research from TrueCar.com, the magic number when SUV sales begin to rise is $3.00 gas. And the magic number when hybrid sales begin to fall is $2.77. More
6:27am: Plunging oil prices have worried Wall Street but the overall U.S. economy will be one of the big winners from the lower prices. More
4:13am: Energy companies and emerging market oil producers may have to endure five years of pain before oil prices recover. More
12:58am: The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, attracts so many rich individuals that the area struggles to handle all the private jet traffic. More
12:34am: The Shanghai Composite dropped nearly 8% Monday after three Chinese brokerages were caught breaking margin trading rules. More

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