Week at a glance: All stories

10:07pm: Wealthy investors are piling into art investment funds, sending the value of international art sales soaring. More
7:23pm: After three months of investigation, the nation's largest craft store says payment information from up to 3 million customers was potentially stolen. More
5:09pm: Obamacare sign ups hit 8 million, though final enrollment remains to be seen. More
4:46pm: Whether you're new to listening to podcasts, addicted to them or just want something simple and easy to use, we've reviewed the best of the new breed. More
4:10pm: GM won't have to tell customers to keep their recalled cars parked until fixed, after a federal judge denied emergency motion Thursday. More
2:09pm: New service lets anyone transfer money up to $900 from one Walmart to another in the U.S. for a fee of $9.50. More
1:27pm: Federal authorities said he knew the spill was larger than reported and dumped $1 million in stock about a week after the incident began. More
12:58pm: Obama's proposed budget would raise $1.4 trillion more revenue and increase noninterest spending by $446 billion more than current policies, the CBO said in a new analysis. More
12:17pm: The Chinese social media company sees solid demand in its initial public offering, offering some hope for other Chinese technology companies hoping to list in the United States. More
11:38am: The bull market is almost done, according to one calculation that's correctly predicted past downturns More
11:16am: As Detroit moves closer to reaching a bankruptcy deal, retired civilian workers are poised to be left worse off than their counterparts from the fire and police departments. More
10:56am: Kirilenko, aka AK-47, of the Brooklyn Nets will open the first Hooters in Moscow. More
10:43am: There was almost no demand for Cobalt, but GM had little choice but to build them. No surprise it wasn't a quality car. More
10:06am: Stocks gain ahead of the holiday weekend despite IBM, Google and Chipotle sell-offs More
9:31am: China's crackdown on extravagant spending by officials is creating a headache for some of the world's biggest drinks companies. More
8:29am: Goldman Sachs reports strong earnings results Thursday thanks to lower expenses and investment banking fees. More
7:12am: Royal Caribbean Cruises announced Wednesday that its newest ship will be based in Shanghai. More
6:54am: A new breed of laundromat is popping up around the country, offering hybrid services -- and gourmet fare. More
4:59am: Following three days of gains, investors are feeling more cautious after Google and IBM posted earnings that disappointed Wall Street. More
1:02am: Surging home prices have helped nearly two million homeowners get back above water on their mortgages over the past year. More
12:45am: Former chief operating officer Henrique de Castro left Yahoo with an severance package worth $58 million. More
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