Week at a glance: All stories

11:04pm: The U.S. government is imposing export restrictions on Chinese telecom manufacturer ZTE over an alleged scheme to dodge sanctions against Iran. More
8:51pm: Facebook seriously wants to live-stream NFL games. The company is in the mix for the league's "Thursday Night Football" package. More
8:24pm: The aviation industry has taken steps to ensure a plane can never disappear again, but progress is slow and more needs to be done. More
8:05pm: Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is backing Hillary Clinton in the presidential race. More
6:14pm: Hulk Hogan took the stand during his $100 million lawsuit with Gawker Monday and described what helped professional wrestling take off in the 1980s. More
5:58pm: JetBlue just launched a four-year pilot training program that requires no flying experience. More
5:42pm: Erin Andrews was awarded $55 million in the $75 million lawsuit she brought against her stalker, who secretly filmed the nude video, and the owner and management company of the hotel where it was recorded. More
5:30pm: Michael Bloomberg decides against run for president, says it would help Donald Trump. More
5:16pm: Patrycja Slawuta is helping high-performing individuals rewire their brains. I attended one of her Self Hackathon events. Here's what it was like. More
3:39pm: The more you investigate the reasons behind the so-called 'pink tax,' the more complicated the issue becomes. More
2:54pm: Federal Reserve's No. 2, Stanley Fischer, noted that inflation could be moving towards the Fed's 2% target. More
2:36pm: Most experts say America has a solid B or B+ economy: Good but not great. And it might not get any better with so many Baby Boomers retiring. More
2:15pm: CNN's Democratic debate in Flint, Michigan drew 5.5 million viewers on Sunday night, the second lowest result for any debate so far this season. More
1:02pm: Gawker posted a live stream of own its trial vs. Hulk Hogan on its website Monday morning. More
12:47pm: Gold is up 20% this year. The metal rallied at the beginning of 2016 thanks to fears about the global economy. But gold still has some luster even as oil and the stock market has stabilized. Here are some reasons why. More
12:31pm: Brazil's stocks rallied after its former president was detained and questioned by police. Other emerging market stocks are rallying too. More
12:31pm: The American clothing mogul purchased the Raleigh Hotel in Miami's South Beach for $70 million dollars in 2014, with plans to convert it into a membership-based boutique hotel, offering exclusive benefits to those who pay a yearly fee. More
12:14pm: Iron ore prices spike by a record 17% to nine-month highs amid more confidence about China's economy. More
11:39am: ISIS is struggling with declining oil production and has been forced to ration gasoline and other fuels, experts say. More
11:19am: Bernie Sanders never voted against auto bailout, but he opposed bank bailout that funded the auto-industry rescue. More
11:10am: Hulk Hogan told a court Monday that he was "humiliated" and left "violently shaking" when he found out that he was the subject of a sex tape that was made public. More
10:33am: Some executives expect Donald Trump will moderate his views, others that the U.S. system will rein him in. More
10:22am: The stocks of leading cereal companies Kellogg, General Mills and Post have held up well in a volatile 2016. Why is Wall Street cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs and other breakfast treats? More
7:45am: Apple computers have been targeted by malicious software called "ransomware" for the first time, according to security researchers. More
6:57am: Shares in Fastjet, a low-cost African carrier, dropped more than 35% Monday after a second profit warning in just three months. More
5:10am: China is still tapping into its foreign exchange stockpile to fend off pressure on its currency, but the pace has slowed significantly. More
5:05am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:48am: India's massive bet on solar power is paying off far earlier than anticipated as the price of supplying electricity from solar plummets to levels near that of coal. More
12:37am: A new report from economists at the Bank for International Settlements is flagging potential risks from the negative interest rates in effect in Europe and Japan. More

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