Week at a glance: All stories

10:59pm: Ukraine's central bank has hiked its benchmark lending rate for the first time in eight months amid an escalating confrontation with pro-Russian activists. More
7:10pm: In its ongoing battle to fight blight, Detroit is launching a website where it will auction off vacant homes seized in tax foreclosures. More
7:02pm: Airline the latest company to find itself in a firestorm over a social media blunder after linking to a pornographic image in a tweet. More
6:13pm: Streaming speeds for Comcast users jumped nearly 50% last month after Netflix reluctantly agreed to pay up for a direct connection to Comcast's network. More
4:18pm: Chris Beard, a Mozilla veteran, will lead the software non-profit as its searches for a long-term CEO. More
4:04pm: Computer security expert Bruce Schneier flags the biggest online data security dangers that you face. More
4:02pm: An easy-to-remember password is often easy to crack. Here's how to better create and manage your passwords. More
3:16pm: Titan makes high-altitude, solar-powered drones that Google hopes to use to help deliver Internet service. More
2:01pm: Beef prices are at a record high, and the cost of other staples, such as milk, butter, eggs, fruit and vegetables are climbing thanks to a severe drought in California. More
1:28pm: CBO revises its forecast down in part because of lower cost of Obamacare subsidies. More
12:38pm: The privacy-killing Heartbleed bug couldn't have come at a worse time. It's tax season, and sensitive information is flowing all over the Internet. More
9:49am: Investors ended the day with a win, but not without plunging into negative territory first. Concern remains about how healthy companies are the economy really are. More
9:35am: Fewer users of medical marijuana are switching to recreational use than Colorado expected, lower anticipated tax revenue. More
9:27am: International markets were roiled Monday and the Russian currency hit a three-week low as traders and investors worry about renewed tensions between Russia and Ukraine. More
8:40am: In a quarter when Citigroup was in the news for all the wrong reasons, the bank's profits beat Wall Street forecasts. More
7:16am: Soon any mom or pop can invest in startups alongside venture capitalists. The SEC is expected to approve equity crowdfunding sites by the end of the year. More
7:11am: Tim and Jennifer Crosby want to trade up from their home. But with the wildcard of Tim's neurological disorder, they need to take the long view on what they can afford. More
5:02am: Investors will open the new week with a fresh set of bank earnings and the possibility of more market volatility. More
1:19am: Investors rushed out of emerging markets earlier this year, but money has started to flow back despite China, Ukraine and other concerns More
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