Week at a glance: All stories

9:10pm: Mining company Samarco has reached a deal with the Brazilian government to pay up to 24 billion reais over a dam collapse that killed 19 people and wreaked havoc on the environment. More
7:35pm: The potential jurors in Hulk Hogan's $100 million lawsuit against Gawker Media were asked about his use of a racial epithet. More
6:01pm: According to data from the Economic Policy Institute, only 26% of Hispanic families had savings in a retirement plan like a 401(k) or IRA, in 2013. Meanwhile, 65% of white families and 41% of black families had savings in such accounts. More
5:15pm: A group of four hedge funds settled with Argentina over a 15-year debt dispute and they're poised to make a huge profit. More
5:04pm: Maria Duval remains a mystery. And at this point, it's unclear whether the face behind the biggest scam ever even exists. Some say she is actually the brainchild of an elderly Argentinean man. Others claim she was cooked up by a man in Singapore. But many remain adamant she's real and is enjoying a luxurious retirement in the South of France. More
3:32pm: Aubrey McClendon, the former founder and CEO of Chesapeake Energy, died in a car crash just hours after being indicted. More
3:09pm: Aubrey McClendon, the former founder and CEO of Chesapeake Energy, died in a car crash just hours after being indicted. More
2:18pm: Whistleblower to get $51 million after medical device company admits to kickbacks and bribes. More
2:08pm: Willie Geist taking over NBC's Sunday 'Today' show in a move that hints at other possible changes in the NBC lineup. More
1:46pm: Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt has gotten a job at the Pentagon to make it more tech savvy. More
1:41pm: ESPN says it is "addressing" analyst Curt Schilling for saying Hillary Clinton should be "buried under a jail." More
12:45pm: The Federal Reserve is almost certainly not raising rates in March and there's a low chance for June. But its key metrics suggest it should keep raising rates. More
12:26pm: Apple has gotten support from the ACLU in its FBI lawsuit. More
12:25pm: Sales are still falling at Abercrombie & Fitch. But the company is being lifted by a turnaround at its Hollister stores. Should A&F just rebrand itself as Hollister? Hollister is actually now bigger than Abercrombie. More
12:08pm: Connecticut lawmakers move to ban weaponized drones armed with guns and flamethrowers. More
12:04pm: German authorities have opened an antitrust probe into Facebook, saying it might be abusing its dominant market position by breaching data protection rules. More
11:38am: An initiative to freeze oil output may have put a floor under prices but OPEC producers won't go further and cut production because they're battling for business in Asia. More
11:27am: Uber launches in Lahore, Pakistan, with additional safety measures to keep riders safe. More
11:21am: ExxonMobil announced plans to spend $23 billion in 2016, down by nearly half from its peak three years ago. It's a sign how even the biggest oil companies are coping with the downturn by preserving cash. More
10:59am: Vancouver property prices soared 25% last year, more than in any other major city in the world, according to a new research by Knight Frank. More
10:52am: Assigned seating has become a relic at some companies, where employees have the option to work remotely. For those who make the trek in to the office, they have to reserve a space. More
10:26am: Saudi oil flows into China jumped by 36% in February, signaling the OPEC leader is moving in on rival Iran's biggest customer. More
10:25am: Gun background checks rose in February, the third-biggest month ever, said the FBI. More
10:11am: Netflix renewed its revival series, 'Fuller House,' for a second season -- less than a week after its debut. More
9:50am: An influential Wall Street research firm is recommending that investors bet against Tesla. Citron thinks Tesla's stock could fall nearly 50% to $100 due to concerns about both supply issues and demand for electric cars. More
9:29am: Sports Authority says it will close about a third of its stores over next three months following bankruptcy filing. More
9:18am: Apple said it worked to help investigators find the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370. More
7:53am: Leaf Wearables, a startup launched by five tech students from New Delhi, has designed smart jewelry that aims to keep women in India safe. More
7:51am: Immediate annuities that turn savings into reliable lifetime income can be a useful part of a retirement strategy. But putting your entire nest egg in one would likely be a big mistake for the overwhelming majority of people. More
7:40am: Facebook VP for Latin America Diego Dzodan was set to be released after being arrested in Brazil for not helping police in a drug trafficking investigation. More
5:17am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:12am: Asian stocks surged, building on rallies in Europe and the U.S. In China, the Shanghai Composite jumped 4.3%, while Japan's Nikkei soared 4.1%. More
1:44am: Aubrey McClendon accused of orchestrating conspiracy More
12:51am: The ratings agency Moody's has cut the outlook on China's credit ratings from stable to negative, pointing to worries about the government's potential debt burden. More