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5 Biggest Winners and Losers of the Week in Business

It's been a colorful week in the world of business, from Facebook's accidental hijacking spree to the timely rescue of Dell, to pink slips being passed out at DreamWorks. Here's a rundown of this week's biggest winners and losers.

Market Minute: Coinstar Profit Drops in Fourth Quarter

Coinstar's fourth-quarter profit fell 27 percent due to poor performance at its new ventures. It forecast disappointing earnings ahead, and its shares tumbled in after-hours trading Thursday. The company owns the Redbox DVD kiosks and its namesake coin-counting sites.

13 Money Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself By Age 30

Age 30 has become the new benchmark for people to get their lives together, and advice on how to do that abounds. But in fact, most of us already know how to succeed: We just happen to let ourselves -- and a few convenient lies -- get in the way.

Wall Street Watch Friday: Starbucks Earnings, Hot and Sweet

Starbucks posted strong quarterly results after Thursday's market close. Revenue climbed 11% for the premium coffee house chain to $3.36 billion, with earnings of 46 cents a share. It's a far cry from a few years ago, when the chain was on the retreat due to the recession.

Get a Work-Life Balance: You Can at These Top-Rated Companies

If you're working harder than ever, and feel like you don't have time to breathe, check out Glassdoor's list of the best companies for work-life balance. Some names on it may not surprise you, like Facebook and LinkedIn. But one name that's been in the news constantly lately probably will.