Week at a glance: All stories

7:40pm: In a stunning turn of events for the beleaguered 'Today' show, NBC News has parted ways with Jamie Horowitz, the executive who was put in charge of the program just two months ago. More
6:12pm: Thousands of former homeowners have gotten blindsided by debt collectors coming after them for old foreclosure debt on homes that they haven't lived in for years. More
5:44pm: The cable channel WE tv is running a clever contest, encouraging viewers to watch its shows within three days. Here's why. More
5:07pm: TRUSTe admitted Monday that between 2006 and 2013, it did not conduct annual inspections for every organization that brandishes its seal of approval. More
5:02pm: Well-known economists urge Republicans to reappoint Douglas Elmendorf, who they are praising for his impartiality as head of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. More
2:52pm: Singer protests lawsuit against Vermont over genetic engineering labels. More
2:28pm: Ford unvewils the latest version of its high-performance pony car, the Shelby Mustang GT350. More
2:14pm: Billionaire Barry Diller and his wife Diane von Furstenberg to fund a $130 million park and performance space suspended above the water on Manhattan's west side. More
1:44pm: Obamacare gets low approval ratings as insurance exchanges open for enrollment. More
12:52pm: Songwriters behind some big hits say they aren't paid much by services like Pandora. More
12:48pm: 'Feminist' was included on Time's banned words poll. Many critics called out the magazine for doing so. More
12:47pm: Obamacare gets low approval ratings as insurance exchanges open for enrollment. More
12:28pm: Netflix and NBC have tough decisions to make about Bill Cosby. More
11:50am: The famous investor beefed up his stakes Visa and Mastercard last quarter. He also boosted his GM holdings. More
11:17am: Republican Senator Jeff Sessions may end up in charge of the Senate Budget Committee. One of his goals: Balancing the budget within 10 years. That may be possible on paper, but in reality it's unlikely to fly. More
11:00am: Facebook is working on "Facebook at Work," an office version for employee-to-employee communication at work. More
10:52am: Imagine what the world would be like if other industries got away with what Wall Street does. More
10:34am: Alyssa Mastromonaco, White House deputy chief of staff, is joining Vice Media as chief operating officer More
10:13am: More people are combining work and vacations -- going away yet actually putting in full days on the job. More
10:07am: The $66 billion buyout of the Allergan caps off a huge year for wheeling and dealing. More
9:19am: Is the global economy on the brink of a new crisis? Here are 5 things to worry about. More
7:22am: Convicted Crazy Eddie fraudster Sam Antar wishes he committed his crimes today instead of in the 1980s because he may have actually gotten away with it. More
7:17am: Halliburton announced Monday it will spend $34.6 billion to acquire Baker Hughes. More
7:04am: Potential victims of the massive General Motors recall over faulty ignition switches will have an extra month to file claims seeking compensation. More
5:24am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:15am: International investors poured money into Chinese stocks on Monday, taking advantage of a new program that links markets in Hong Kong and Shanghai. More

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