Week at a glance: All stories

11:15pm: 1962 race car sells for $38 million, an auction record but not as much as some had thought. More
10:46pm: Large dogs are the ultimate status symbol in Hong Kong -- owning one conveys you're rich enough to afford a giant house in the densely populated city where real estate prices are sky high. More
5:52pm: The soft drink leader announced Thursday it is buying a 17% stake in Monster, the energy drink company, and the two will swap ownership of some brands. More
3:51pm: The Oxford Dictionary publishers updated the iconic dictionary's online edition and published a list of new words. More
3:32pm: Ferguson's economy has both a high poverty rate for many residents but some signs of economic success as well. More
3:11pm: Guns and ammo are selling at a feverish pace in and around St. Louis as violent clashes continue between protesters and police in nearby Ferguson, Missouri. More
2:57pm: Ballantine Ale is being revived by parent company Pabst Brewing. Pabst hopes to make a splash with hipsters who turned Pabst Blue Ribbon into a phenomenon. More
2:20pm: The Class A shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway hit the $200,000 milestone Thursday. More
2:03pm: Following an article on the difficulties faced by one Starbucks employee, the coffee chain moves to improve its scheduling system to ease the burden on workers with children and college careers. More
1:25pm: NBC named Chuck Todd the new host of "Meet the Press" on Thursday, beginning a revamp by network news managers who say they want the iconic program to be the "beating heart of politics." More
12:03pm: Police in Texas arrested a man last month for alleged child porn possession based on a tip from Google. More
11:44am: Satisfries abandoned after one year at most of the chain's restaurants More
10:30am: Mexico is opening up the its vast oil and gas reserves to private investment, ending a 76-year state monopoly. More
10:09am: Keurig Green Mountain becomes the latest coffee company to hike prices as wholesale coffee costs continue to rise. More
10:05am: Raising butterflies to sell to exhibits or to release at weddings and funerals is a viable business that's creating jobs for one Native American tribe in Oklahoma. More
9:36am: Ferguson police say the man Anonymous identified as the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown is not the shooter. More
9:05am: Politicians are concerned U.S. companies are trying to dodge their fair share of taxes. But the real problem is the outdated tax code. Here's a cheat sheet for sounding smart at your next Washington cocktail party. More
8:31am: More Wal-Mart workers signing up for health care means lower profit. Playing catch-up on e-commerce also hurts the bottom line. More
7:03am: Computer company IDs two newly prohibited toxins: benzane and n-hexane. More
6:27am: European companies have accused China of using "intimidation tactics" as part of an antitrust crackdown that has ensnared many big Western brands. More
5:49am: European growth evaporated in the second quarter, as Russian meddling in Ukraine helped send the German economy into reverse and France stagnated. More
4:56am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
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