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
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