NEW YORK (CNN) -- CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Friday, November 1.

Prepare for time change with Entergy Arkansas' security lighting
People throughout Arkansas will be joining most of the U.S. by setting their clocks back one hour on November 3, marking the end of Daylight Saving Time. With evenings getting darker earlier, Entergy Arkansas is reminding customers that outdoor security lighting can be an economical and an effective crime prevention tool. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, security lighting is the single most significant crime deterrent. Security lighting enhances natural surveillance, delineates private and public spaces and increases safety.

Google engineers tapped to revive
Experts from Google and other prominent tech companies are joining a so-called tech surge to fix the struggling website. The agency overseeing the Obamacare site announced the additions Thursday, after the site had crashed for over 36 hours. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the surge includes "dozens" of people with expertise in the site's key issues: reliability, stability, and large-scale operations.

Fast-growing dating apps
Porting online dating to mobile devices has brought big changes to how such services work. Websites tend to expend a lot of effort on providing the best potential matches, based on things like common interests and similar desires. Many apps, on the other hand, tend to be more about speed and immediacy. Some of the most popular apps are geared toward finding and meeting people as quickly as possible, often based on not much more than photographs. That's true even of apps that don't explicitly emphasize "hookups." What follows are some of the most popular, or at least currently buzzworthy, mainstream-oriented dating apps.

Happiness at work: Why money isn't the only thing that matters
When all you've got is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. In business, that hammer is money and the nail is employee productivity. Employees at most companies are offered higher salaries or year-end bonuses in exchange for better output. Businesses better get some new tools quickly, because this hammer is not enough to get the job done. Countless employees are unhappy, reporting that they only work for the money and yet would trade a raise for a better boss and work environment.

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