Week at a glance: All stories

6:01pm: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has a near $2 billion jump in profits in the second quarter. More
5:11pm: A Russian soldier has posted photos of himself to Instagram from within Ukraine. More
2:46pm: USB-connected devices have a fatal flaw. Say no to strangers' flash drives -- and smartphones too. More
2:35pm: P&G announces it is selling or closing about 90 smaller brands to focus on its 70 to 80 major brands. More
2:07pm: Gas prices are also forecast for four-year lows at year's end. More
12:34pm: How do you say licensing in Dothraki? Now superfans can learn the language, which is spoken only on HBO's hit series. More
12:30pm: Hollywood's big summer superhero movies aren't saving the day, with box office receipts down big compared to last year. Can 'Guardians of the Galaxy' come to the rescue? More
12:22pm: Shares of smaller companies are not doing well this year after a strong 2013. Since small caps tend to have a lot of exposure to the U.S. economy, is this something to worry about? More
11:37am: Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has reportedly been in funding talks valuing Snapchat at $10 billion. Could it possibly be worth that? More
11:05am: EBay is the latest big tech company to unveil heavily skewed employee diversity numbers. More
10:49am: A trade deal that could have added $1 trillion to the world economy has collapsed after India refused to ratify a pact struck last year in Bali. More
10:48am: GM, Ford and Chrysler all report jumps in sales as car buyers continue to ignore recall worries to buy new cars. More
10:22am: A new report shows that the 2014 Jeep Cherokee, 2015 Cadillac Escalade and 2014 Toyota Prius are the most 'hackable' cars on the road. More
9:50am: Stocks dropped Friday despite a decent jobs report. Investors are still nervous following Thursday's big market drop. But there were some winners. LinkedIn and Tesla gained on strong earnings. More
9:13am: Anonymous bidder pays $388,375 for Ali's sweaty gloves from 1971 Frazier fight. More
8:56am: It took a long time, but middle class jobs are finally on the upswing. More
8:40am: The U.S. economy added 209,000 jobs in July. But that's lower than the number of jobs added In June ... and it was not as strong as what economists expected. More
5:36am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
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