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Week at a glance: All stories

8:15pm: It was the first offer the South American nation has made to the holdouts which in Argentina are called "vultures." More
7:20pm: Les Moonves spoke with "Reliable Sources" host Brian Stelter about CBS' planning and expectations for Super Bowl 50. More
5:09pm: "Hail, Caesar!," the new film from the Coen brothers starring George Clooney, has a cavalcade of stars but will have to compete with the Super Bowl this weekend. More
4:30pm: Twitter has ramped up its efforts to combat ISIS' recruiting techniques and has suspended 125,000 accounts since mid-2015. More
4:17pm: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," Disney's smash hit space saga, will cross the $2 billion mark on Saturday. More
4:08pm: Anheuser-Busch has been the exclusive beer advertiser featured during the Super Bowl since 1975, and it's spent more on Super Bowl advertising than any other company for the last five years in a row. More
4:07pm: Bernie Sander's folk album recorded in 1987 is enjoying its best sales this year, partly fueled by late night comedians. More
3:11pm: In an effort to help prevent wage discrimination, President Obama wants to require companies to report how much they are paying their employees by race, ethnicity and gender. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea. More
2:29pm: The Chicago Stock Exchange reached a deal on Friday to be acquired by a China-led group of investors. More
1:50pm: Donald Trump now says he is will attend the next Fox News debate, which include Megyn Kelly as a moderator. More
1:45pm: Bernie Sanders will be heading to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend with host Larry David. More
1:33pm: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is busy buying Phillips 66 stock despite the slide in oil prices and U.S. stocks so far this year. More
1:10pm: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google, or FANG, are all down this year. But 2016's big winners so far are three natural gas companies, a gold miner and a fashion retailer. Alrighty then! More
1:03pm: Citi warns that a continued drop in oil prices and the rising dollar could lead to an 'oilmageddon' recession. More
12:32pm: American exports fell by 5% last year, the first annual decline since 2009, according to stats released on Friday. It's a reflection of the super-strong U.S. dollar and the fragile state of the global economy. More
12:12pm: Despite all the negative headlines over the Zika virus, Brazil's Carnival festivities are still going ahead and revelers are expected to come out in droves. More
11:24am: Anheuser-Busch unveils Super Bowl 50 Budweiser ad with get-pumped macho imagery and the iconic Clydesdales. More
10:58am: Buffalo Wild Wings and Wingstop each expect to sell more than 10 million wings on Super Bowl Sunday. More
10:57am: MSNBC's feisty debate between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton received high marks from political observers, but not high ratings from ordinary viewers. More
10:41am: Microsoft's Cortana and other virtual assistants have had to learn how to deal with lewd comments and questions from users. More
10:07am: USB-C cords could be dangerous, sucking too much power and destroying your gadgets in the process. More
9:56am: The British government has made a public request asking all airlines flying from Zika-affected areas to spray their planes with insecticide before coming back to the U.K. More
9:40am: The German automaker has delayed its annual earnings and shareholder meeting because it needs more time to calculate the cost of its diesel emissions scandal. More
9:30am: "Orange is the New Black" won't return for a fourth season until June, but Netflix has already ordered the fifth, sixth and seventh seasons. More
9:21am: Portland, Oregon, is often described as the last affordable cool city on the West Coast. But as more people move to the city, it's becoming increasingly unaffordable. More
8:39am: Bank stocks have got off to a terrible start of the year. Here is why. More
8:32am: When you tweet @Velveeta and @Kraft, you probably think you're getting through to the makers of gooey processed cheese -- but the real story behind the handles isn't what you'd expect. More
8:15am: Megyn Kelly said she thinks Donald Trump will show for a March 3 Fox News debate and that she'll be ready for him if he does. More
7:45am: Illinois' largest provider of social services is closing 30 senior, counseling, rehab and prisoner re-entry programs and laying off 750 people because of the budget impasse. More
7:42am: Cybercriminals using stolen data have targeted millions of user accounts on Alibaba's popular Taobao shopping platform. More
7:36am: LinkedIn's stock fell 43% after the company said it wouldn't grow as strongly as investors had hoped. More
7:09am: Unemployment rate falls to 4.9% as U.S. economy adds 151,000 jobs in January More
6:59am: Shares in Toshiba plunged 11% after the company warned of an even deeper loss. More
5:51am: 'When is the Super Bowl?' and 'What time is the Super Bowl?' are terms that people are Googling furiously ahead of the big game. More
5:30am: Pakistan International Airlines has lost track of a large number of passengers as it wrestles with a crippling strike. More
4:55am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
3:49am: Cash attracted $208 billion of inflows since mid-2015. That's way more than stocks or bonds. Why? When people are nervous, they run to cash. More
3:08am: China's top anti-corruption bureau says it has uncovered "major problems" in the country's sprawling financial system. More
2:01am: Sir Danny Alexander, the former Treasury chief secretary, has been appointed vice president of the new China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. More