- Bull trots on: Stocks grind higher for 9th straight quarter
NEW YORK (AP) — The bull market slowed to a trot but didn't stop this winter.
- Who's Who in music streaming: Tidal, Spotify, Pandora & more
NEW YORK (AP) — Since Apple shook up the music world with iTunes a little more than a decade ago, online music has exploded and become the central way many people enjoy and discover music. Internet services such as Pandora and Spotify have millions of users. Now, several high-profile musicians are behind what's being billed as the first artist-owned music-streaming service.
- Google Maps turns into Pac-Man's chomping grounds
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The virtual streets of Google Maps are being transformed into Pac-Man's chomping grounds in celebration of April Fools' Day.
- US home prices rise modestly, weigh on affordability
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home prices rose at a steady pace in January, pushing prices up at a faster pace than wages and putting more homes financially out of reach for would-be buyers.
- Late slide in stocks erases much of the previous day's gain
The stock market closed out the first three months of the year Tuesday on a down note, erasing much of the gains from the prior day's big rally.
- Lufthansa: Co-pilot disclosed earlier "severe depression"
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Lufthansa knew that the co-pilot of the passenger plane that crashed in the French Alps last week had suffered from an episode of "severe depression" before he finished his flight training with the German airline.
- AP Exclusive: Big rigs often go faster than tires can handle
DETROIT (AP) — Many tractor-trailers on the nation's roads are driven faster than the 75 mph their tires are designed to handle, a practice that has been linked to wrecks and blowouts but has largely escaped the attention of highway officials.
- Judge approves RadioShack sale to Standard General
DOVER, Del. (AP) — A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of more than 1,740 RadioShack stores to hedge fund Standard General, preserving some 7,500 jobs.
- Charter nabs Bright House in latest pay-TV deal
NEW YORK (AP) — Charter buying Bright House for $10.4 billion is the latest big deal in the pay-TV industry.
- Obama vetoes measure against swifter union elections
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Tuesday vetoed a measure passed by the Republican-run Congress blocking the National Labor Relations Board from streamlining the process for union elections, saying government should not make it harder for workers to be heard in the workplace.