Week at a glance: All stories

4:14pm: Bob Beckel has struggled with prescription drug addiction. More
3:47pm: Billionaire Sean Parker talks Taylor Swift, and the future of the music business. More
3:38pm: The Jon Stewart farewell tour kicks off with a month long online marathon on Friday. More
3:32pm: Apple's iTunes U app now lets kids turn in their homework and teachers track grades. More
2:24pm: Google is building a new data center on the site of an old coal power plant in Alabama, and will power it will renewable energy. More
1:37pm: More than 1,000 members of law enforcement now searching for escaped killers, likely bringing cost of manhunt into tens of millions. More
1:09pm: Reddit turns 10 this week. Here are the site's most popular comments and threads. More
12:50pm: Lululemon recallls more than 300,000 tops with potentially dangerous draw cords. More
11:59am: Hospital stocks such as Tenet Healthcare and HCA Holdings surged after the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act. More
11:50am: Taylor Swift's decision comes days after she protested Apple's payment policy. More
11:42am: Apple has removed several Civil War games from its App store for containing images of the Confederate flag. More
11:32am: To help you settle on an adviser who's trustworthy, competent and a good fit for you, here are four questions you can ask prospective advisers. More
11:02am: The Supreme Court upheld the validity of Obamacare subsidies issued through the federal exchange, healthcare.gov. More
10:38am: Univision cancels airing of Miss USA Pageant to protest Donald Trump's comments. More
10:33am: Millennials aren't the only ones hurting America's homeownership rate. More
10:25am: Did you save your receipts? Beck's is made in the USA, not Germany. More
10:06am: T-Mobile has announced a new plan that lets customers upgrade their phones whenever they want, up to three times a year. More
10:05am: Greece and its international creditors failed again Thursday to get a bailout deal the country urgently needs to avoid a disastrous default. More
9:49am: Personal consumption hit a 6-year high in May, another sign the U.S. economy is bouncing back. More
9:34am: Advertisers may embrace members of the U.S. women's soccer team just like they did in 1999. But Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach and their teammates have to win the World Cup first. More
9:29am: Some feared employers would cut back on employees' hours so they would have to provide health insurance. But that hasn't happened, according to an ADP analysis. More
9:21am: New York City says it found thousands of pre-packaged foods labeled with the incorrect weight for the food inside. More
9:04am: IAC, the conglomerate run by media mogul Barry Diller, announced that it plans to take Match.com public. Match also owns popular dating sites Tinder and OKCupid. More
9:01am: Ailes will continue to serve as chairman and CEO of Fox News and Fox Business Network. More
8:35am: The Internet is slowing down for some customers in certain cities and times accessing particular sites. For the rest of us, it's faster than ever. More
8:27am: Shell and Eni are beginning to forge business relationships with Iran as it seems increasingly likely that sanctions will be lifted against the isolated, oil-rich nation. More
8:22am: NFL Hall of Famer and serial entrepreneur Fran Tarkenton launches a business program to help underserved entrepreneurs. More
8:12am: OneWeb has a group of strong corporate backers, including Coca-Cola and Richard Branson's Virgin Group, to help it launch the Internet from space. More
8:12am: Across the country, a person's location tends to influence the type of stocks they buy, according to data from Openfolio. More
8:01am: First of eight new high end sports cars planned by Fiat Chrysler, the Alfa Romeo Guilia was unveiled in Milan Wednesday night More
7:17am: Don't expect the stock market to break any speed records this year. That's the takeaway from a CNNMoney survey of investing professionals. More
6:25am: Advertising is more data-driven than ever, requiring skills more commonly found in finance. Wall Street workers seeking a career change are increasingly looking to ad tech for their next move. More
6:23am: Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma has paid $23 million for a 28,100-acre property in New York's Adirondacks More
5:26am: The chief executive of Takata has finally apologized to the victims of his company's exploding airbags during a rare public appearance. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More