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Week at a glance: All stories

11:15pm: The IRS experienced a hardware failure that brought down some of its tax processing systems, including the one that allows people to file their returns electronically. More
7:39pm: Ted Cruz, under fire for misinforming Iowa voters about the status of his rival Ben Carson's campaign, is wrongly claiming that it is CNN's fault. More
6:57pm: A new analysis from a fiscal watchdog group estimates that the tax hikes Bernie Sanders has proposed to pay for his health plan would only cover three-quarters of the cost, leaving a shortfall of at least $3 trillion. More
6:05pm: The video game company behind NBA 2K is being sued for alleged copyright infringement over players' tattoos in their games. More
5:47pm: One Super Bowl 50 player listed his home on Airbnb for the night of the big game. For $5,000, a mega-fan can stay overnight in his luxurious living space. More
5:23pm: "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" had a strong debut with 5.1 million viewers for the FX channel. More
4:44pm: Takata airbag is spreading to more recent cars than in previous recall as Honda starts warning dealers about problems with newer cars. More
4:23pm: Les Moonves is replacing Sumner Redstone as the executive chairman at CBS. More
3:43pm: Toyota's youth-oriented brand failed to gain traction among the current generation of young car buyers. More
3:17pm: Challenging perceptions of rampant cord-cutting, Comcast is clawing back some cable customers. More
2:48pm: McDonald's mozzarella cheese sticks don't have real cheese filling, a California man claims, and he's suing for patrons to get their money back. More
2:39pm: Elon Musk cancels Tesla Model X order for blogger who criticized the launch event for the crossover SUV. More
2:37pm: Martin Shkreli, the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, was questioned about the value of the bond he used to make bail. More
2:10pm: Super Bowl tickets selling for average price of nearly $5,000 thanks to proximity to Silicon Valley. More
1:58pm: After the U.S. lifted its 40-year ban on oil exports, Venezuela was quick in line to buy some American crude -- despite having the world's largest oil reserves. More
1:58pm: BlackRock CEO Larry Fink sounds a lot like Hillary Clinton in his annual letter. Both are worried about short-termism and 'quarterly earnings hysteria.' More
1:37pm: Venezuela's chaotic economy forced Mondelez, the maker of Oreos, to take a $778 million loss More
1:33pm: Claims by the Intercept that one of its reporters falsified reporting has other news outlets that picked up the reporting scrambling to adjust their own stories. More
1:18pm: Amit Singhal, a 15-year Google veteran and head of Google Search, is leaving the company. More
1:15pm: 'Pink tax' angers women from New York to London More
12:28pm: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have stopped wrangling and agreed to four more debates including one on Thursday night debate in New Hampshire just days before the state's Democratic primary. More
12:08pm: Treasury bond yields keep sliding. But amazingly enough, U.S. bond rates look shockingly high when compared to yields for other developed markets like Germany and Japan. That's why investors may keep buying U.S. debt. More
10:55am: The Fed is still predicting four interest rate hikes this year, but the market now forecasts zero hikes in 2016. More
10:01am: Tesla stock has plunged more than 25% in 2016. Analysts are worried that low gas prices will lead to weak demand for electric cars. And Elon Musk's company has a lot more competition these days as well. More
9:52am: Looking for guaranteed retirement income? Keep these tips in mind if your financial adviser suggests rolling your 401(k) funds into an annuity. More
9:34am: "Fast and Furious," Universal's ultra successful automotive action franchise, will have a 9th and 10th chapter. More
9:26am: Home Depot wants to hire 80,000 seasonal workers, and plans to make half of them permanent. More
8:26am: General Motors reported the best profit margin in its 107-year history in 2015, just six years after the company was saved by a federal bailout. More
8:22am: Consumers in the world's fastest-growing major economy are kicking into gear, buying more cars and helping India's auto industry shatter sales records. More
7:54am: Yahoo's rumored $7 million holiday party cost closer to $2 million, Marissa Mayer said. More
7:53am: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg takes the fourth richest ranking on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. More
7:53am: Drugmaker Sanofi says it can accelerate work to develop a Zika vaccine because of its experience with the related dengue virus. More
7:38am: Female entrepreneurs are spotting opportunity in the cannabis industry and taking advantage of it. More
7:26am: Reinstating internal borders and passport controls could deal a $110 billion hit to the economy over the next decade. More
7:16am: Looking for the best benefits? Some companies are getting creative with the work perks they give employees. More
6:54am: Chinese companies are buying foreign rivals at a record pace, with deals announced so far this year already worth 60% of the 2015 total. More
6:20am: As Turing Pharmaceuticals took steps to acquire a life-saving drug, former CEO Martin Shkreli saw dollar signs. More
5:04am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:58am: The 2016 NBA playoffs in April will be the first games to feature ESPN analysis in Chinese on Tencent's digital platforms. More
2:04am: The U.S. Marshals will auction six jewelry pieces that belonged to Bernie and Ruth Madoff. More
1:43am: State-owned ChemChina said Wednesday it has offered a whopping $43 billion for the Swiss company Syngenta, which supplies pesticides and seeds. More