Week at a glance: All stories

6:31pm: Zillow and Trulia -- the two biggest names in online house hunting -- may be teaming up, a pairing that is making some real estate brokers nervous. More
5:02pm: The rideshare app will launch in New York on Friday evening, as the city's taxi commission comes to terms with the technology. More
4:32pm: A parody from Funny or Die features Kristin Bell as Mary Poppins, who refused to work for $7.25 an hour. More
2:05pm: Greenberg worked more than 60 years at Bear Stearns and was chairman went it collapsed in 2008. More
11:47am: Firing a woman because she's pregnant is illegal. So is refusing to hire pregnant women or discriminating against mothers who are pumping breast milk on the job. More
11:38am: Americans are wasting about $44 billion a year on name brands, when they could be buying the exact same products if they switched to cheaper store brands, says a new paper by economists from Tilburg University in the Netherlands and the University of Chicago. More
11:31am: Cynk Technologies plunged 80% in its first day of trading after being halted by the SEC for two weeks. The company has no revenue or assets but surged 25,000% a few weeks ago. More
11:20am: A collection of interesting design, data and interactive links. More
10:48am: Mexican-style chicken restaurant El Pollo Loco shares surged nearly 30% from their initial public offering price. It's the latest restaurant IPO to do well on its first day. More
9:57am: The Dow fell nearly 130 points Friday and stocks were broadly lower as investors focused on weak earnings outlooks from Amazon and Visa. More
9:22am: Russia is paying an ever higher price for its growing isolation over the crisis in Ukraine. More
9:13am: Louisiana is now the top location for motion picture filming, supporting thousands of new jobs and small businesses. More
7:29am: Target hack victims were directed to Experian for protection. But that company has leaked your data too. More
7:14am: Rupert Murdoch is tidying up his assets in Europe and raising more than $8 billion in cash to pursue U.S. ambitions at the same time. More
7:04am: Detroit's looming water shutoffs spark a social media campaign and an app to connect donors with residents behind on their bills. More
5:30am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:02am: Argentina will default in just a few days unless the country can strike a deal at the eleventh hour with holdout creditors. More
8:43pm: The company posted a larger than expected loss Thursday, sending shares tumbling 10%. More
7:58pm: Just how much does your age, gender or smoking habit cost you when it comes to life insurance? InsuranceQuotes.com evaluated premiums for the top 25 carriers in the nation to find out. More
7:32pm: Want to own your own town? You can buy Aladdin, Wyo., for $1.5 million. The price tag includes a general store, post office, bar, a house and more. More
3:43pm: The government says health insurers are charging lower premiums, thanks to a provision in Obamacare. More
2:18pm: Would you pay $7.76 for a Big Mac? The Economist's iconic Big Mac index is a lighthearted way to compare currencies and buying power around the world. More
1:52pm: 'Mandatory Fun,' the latest album by Weird Al, is topping the charts -- and getting pirated like mad too. More
1:48pm: Head of Asia division, Greg Foran, to succeed Bill Simon as CEO of Wal-Mart U.S. More
1:30pm: In New York City, business travelers have ditched meals at Starbucks in favor of Seamless takeout, according to a new report. More
12:43pm: The world economy is still stuck in low gear even as the risks to growth mount, the International Monetary Fund says as it cuts its 2014 forecast. More
9:51am: Stocks were flat Thursday as investors waded through a flood of corporate earnings reports. SodaStream soars on buyout rumor. Zillow is reportedly trying to buy Trulia. More
9:36am: The owner of Dunkin' Donuts reported weak sales and lowered its outlook. It blamed the weather. But tough competition may be the real reason. Investors aren't pleased. More
9:34am: Managing other people is harder than it looks. While many bosses are well intentioned, most don't make the grade as truly great because they overlook some basic requirements in their interactions with employees and others in their company. More
9:28am: CNNMoney readers rip managers who micromanage to death, play favorites, throw their staff under the bus and steal credit for their work. More
8:02am: Automaker sets aside $400 million for victim compensation from faulty ignition switch, but says costs could rise by another $200 million. More
7:19am: Hackers have broken into a database at the European Central Bank, stealing 20,000 e-mail addresses and other contact information. The bank said its market data was not affected. More
5:27am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:29am: McDonald's is standing by a troubled food supplier, even after allegations the company was selling tainted and expired meat. More
11:17pm: Manufacturing activity is at an 18-month high in China as factories roar to life after a dismal start to the year. More
7:57pm: Yes, an SUV really can drive like a sports car. Just don't expect it to be cheap. More
7:45pm: Like many of its Silicon Valley peers, Twitter workers are mostly male and white according to a diversity report released by the company Wednesday. More
4:51pm: Chinese buyers are now the biggest international players in the U.S. housing market and some states are seeing billions of dollars in real estate deals as a result. More
4:43pm: Facebook posted another strong sales quarter driven by its success in mobile advertising. More
3:55pm: With cost-cutting at the U.S. Postal Service more letter carriers are working later and later to deliver your mail. About 38% of mail is delivered after 5 p.m. in cities nationwide. And areas like Atlanta, Washington and South Florida, it's 70%. More
3:24pm: The Department of Transportation wants to change how oil and ethanol move by rail. More
2:36pm: Belgian holdings of U.S. debt have skyrocketed in the last year, though many suspect China is the reason why. More
2:22pm: The Israeli stock market has actually gained ground since war broke out with Gaza earlier this month. More
2:20pm: General Motors recalls another 718,000 U.S. cars to deal with variety of problems including seat height adjustments, welds and power steering. More
2:03pm: A "pristine" copy of Action Comics #1 will go up for auction in August, eBay announced Tuesday. More
1:26pm: Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit from employees who say they were denied meal breaks and rest periods. More
11:31am: Microsoft is cutting the cord on Windows RT, its poorly executed tablet operating system. More
10:55am: As 65,000 IDF reservists are tapped to serve in Gaza, Israeli's tech community tries to maintain business as usual, amidst bombs, sirens and employees called to war. More
10:13am: Corporate inversions are on the rise. A U.S. company can greatly lower its tax bill by merging with a foreign firm and legally moving its headquarters abroad. Lawmakers from both parties are unhappy with the trend and want to change the rules. In the meantime, some are saying the move is unpatriotic. More
9:57am: It wasn't exactly shock-and-awe, but stocks churned out another record close thanks to Apple and Delta. More
9:05am: Delta continues its record ascent into profit bliss. The company reported strong earnings Wednesday, as did Boeing. More
8:11am: Hospitals are hoping online ER appointments will help attract patients anxious to avoid long waits in a crowded and often chaotic environment. More
5:38am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
2:28am: Indonesian markets rallied Wednesday morning after government officials declared Joko Widodo as the winner of the country's presidential election. More
7:39pm: Fearing stricter gun laws in Maryland, gun maker Beretta is moving its manufacturing to Tennessee. More
7:31pm: Ladar Levison, the guy behind Lavabit, is launching Dark Mail to encrypt emails so the NSA doesn't even know who's talking. More
5:16pm: Passion fruit, Mexican cinnamon and Ecuadorian cocoa. From coast to coast, entrepreneurs are brewing craft beers that incorporate Latin flavors. More
5:09pm: A problem with the ignition switch can cause engines to stall on the road and disable airbags. More
5:02pm: Apple reported earnings showing the company is slightly more profitable, but revenue fell short. More
4:57pm: Microsoft reported quarterly results Tuesday that took a hit from Nokia's ailing business. More
3:21pm: One recently retired airline worker on Obamacare said his tax credit for 2014 will return him $3,600 for the year, or 23% of his annual income. He's watching the dueling court rulings closely. More
2:44pm: Bill Ackman's big 'deathblow' presentation on Herbalife sends the stock up more than 20% Tuesday. More
1:32pm: Europe has threatened Russia with tough economic sanctions if it fails to halt the flow of arms to rebels in Ukraine and cooperate over the Malaysia Airlines crash. More
1:19pm: Verizon has announced a new program offering perks for customers who agree to have their location data tracked for marketing purposes. More
12:12pm: Two opposing court rulings issued Tuesday sowed confusion about whether 4.7 million Americans can keep their Obamacare subsidies. More
10:14am: Goodwill Industries says it has found no evidence of credit card data theft. More
10:14am: Food prices have been rising, but don't fear: Not all groceries are more expensive. All the fixings for peanut butter and jelly are cheaper now than they were a year ago. More
9:57am: Earnings took center stage Tuesday as investors shrug off the conflicts in Ukraine and Gaza. Chipotle and Comcast are winners, while McDonald's and Netflix are losers. More
9:57am: Saudi Arabia is set to open its stock market to direct foreign investment for the first time, giving outsiders access to the biggest bourse in the region. More
9:45am: The Golden Arches hamburger chain and Coca-Cola remain in a slump, and there are few reasons to expect a turnaround soon. More
9:36am: The United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a patent for a smartwatch. It resembles others already on the market but there are some features that could set an iWatch apart. More
9:15am: Jamison Door Company has been trying to expand for two years, but they say the nation's outdated, complicated immigration rules keep getting in their way. More
9:09am: Comcast is offsetting the loss of cord-cutting cable customers by luring in more Internet users. More
7:46am: Burger King and Papa John's have joined McDonald's, KFC, Pizza Hut and Starbucks on the list of fast food chains hit by China's latest food scare. More
6:11am: As Europe edges toward tougher sanctions on Russia, here's a list of the 10 most important companies and businessmen already targeted by the U.S. More
5:26am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
7:19pm: Israeli tech talent tapped to fight in Gaza More
5:52pm: Over 5,100 similar cases are pending against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. But it likely won't more judgments of that size. More
4:49pm: Netflix now boasts over 50 million members, and is continuing its push into content production and new markets. More
4:37pm: Chipotle reports one of its best quarters for sales since it went public in 2006 despite recent price hikes. Shares soar to a new high in extended trading. More
1:10pm: Google's new WebP image file format promises to speed up the Web by reducing image sizes. Those JPEGs and GIFs are just too darn big and clunky. More
12:37pm: Mexican-style chicken chain El Pollo Loco wants to raise $100 million in the stock market this week to pay down debt as it pushes ahead with expansion plans. Can it be the next Chipotle? More
12:33pm: Six Flags investors are not thrilled with theme park's surprise attendance dive. More
12:28pm: Workers rejoice: Economists say their companies are granting more pay raises this year. More
12:16pm: The U.K. has launched a wide-reaching criminal investigation to catch people who may have manipulated the foreign exchange market. More
11:25am: Is New York's Silicon Alley moving uptown to an unlikely neighborhood? More
11:11am: Facebook has unveiled a new standalone app it's calling 'Mentions,' which is designed to help famous people manage their presences on the site. More
10:42am: The Senate joined the House and backed off plans that would have forced grocery stores for military to offer fewer discounts due to slashed budgets. More
10:38am: On track to invest nearly $800 million in early stage startups, investors see innovative small businesses as key to cyber crime protection. More
10:20am: Voting results due Monday will determine if Detroit can emerge quickly from the nation's largest municipal bankruptcy. More
9:52am: Stocks rebound from tough start despite ongoing Ukraine and Gaza situations. More
9:20am: A new food scandal has erupted in China and is threatening the reputations of McDonald's and Yum Brands. More
8:10am: Shares fall, but only slightly, after Florida jury awards payment to widow of a man who died in 1996. More
7:24am: Carlos Slim, world's 2nd richest man, advocates three-day work week along with longer work days and later retirement age. More
5:23am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
1:13am: Millennials are three times more likely to choose cash over stocks as a long-term investment. More
5:58pm: Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden teamed up to make this plea to hackers: Develop better tools that allows future insiders to secretly expose wrongdoing. More
2:09pm: Malaysia Airlines will have to make payouts to families of the deceased and will have lawsuits to fight. But whether or not customers stay loyal is key to its bottom line. More
9:19am: Coach popularized 'luxury for the masses.' Now the brand is struggling and it wants to leave the masses behind. Can new creative director Stuart Vevers pull off a comeback? More