Week at a glance: All stories

10:48pm: Asian markets slumped Friday morning, extending a dip in U.S. stocks after Israel launched a ground offensive in Gaza and a passenger jet crashed in Ukraine. More
8:13pm: The company says it is innocent and will plead not guilty to the charges brought Thursday by the Department of Justice. More
4:43pm: Google reported Thursday that its second-quarter sales surged 22% versus last year, sending the stock more than 2% higher in after-hours trading. More
3:17pm: Nasdaq was the target of hackers who left a 'digital bomb' in 2010. It didn't go off. But it could have halted trading and cost billions. More
3:09pm: Even before tragedy struck this year, Malaysia Airlines was already battling numerous financial problems. More
2:25pm: Senate hearing reveals that GM's own lawyers warned executives as early as 2010 that the automaker faced severe legal penalties for the way it handled the flawed ignition switch tied to at least 13 deaths. More
1:36pm: New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced massive layoffs at Microsoft on Thursday as he moves boldly to reshape the company. More
12:48pm: Fear returns to the stock market after Israel launches ground offensive in Gaza and a plane crashes in Ukraine. More
12:32pm: Russian markets have taken another tumble as the latest set of U.S. sanctions rattle investor confidence and raise concerns about Russia's fragile economy. More
11:23am: In Indiana you can only buy cold beer in a liquor store, other retailers say it's not fair and sue Indiana is the only state in the nation with a beer temperature statute. Only liquor stores can sell cold beer "to go." That has other retailers foaming so much that they launched a lawsuit. More
11:08am: The job market is improving, but don't get your hopes up that the labor force participation will rise significantly anytime soon. More
10:08am: Stocks slide even further as Israel launches a ground offensive into Gaza and the Malaysian airline crash in Ukraine. More
8:52am: Fiat shares jump after German magazine reports that Volkswagen is considering a full or partial takeover of the automaker - a claim Fiat denies. More
8:39am: The Barbie maker reports a sharp drop in earnings and sales during the first quarter. Can Thomas the tank and American Girl dolls save the day? More
8:38am: CEO Satya Nadella is presiding over the largest round of layoffs in the company's history. More
7:12am: The Internet is full of bugs, and Google just launched a superhero team to kill 'em all. More
7:07am: Among some chefs, caviar is shedding its stuffy image and making a star appearance in more ordinary fare like tacos, burgers and flatbread. More
7:01am: U.S. investors are ditching U.S. equities and putting more money into in foreign stocks and corporate debt. More
6:59am: In the last week, three vocal Federal Reserve officials have been urging their colleagues to stop filling up the proverbial punch bowl. More
6:55am: Alternative lenders are gaining traction and handing out billions of dollars in loans to small business owners. But it could come at a cost. More
5:39am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
12:54am: Zelectric Motors is converting classic Volkswagen Beetles into fully electric cars. More
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