U.S. stocks shed some of their early gains on Tuesday as nervous investors wondered whether last-minute talks would produce a bailout deal that would keep Greece in the euro.
Just when you think a biotech bear market is about to descend, the bulls come rushing in. News of a Greek default depressed markets yesterday and was only compounded by fears of a potential default by Puerto Rico.
Apollo Education Group Inc., owner of the University of Phoenix, slid as much as 16 percent after it lowered profit and revenue forecasts and said enrollment will fall by 50,000 next year.
Food service distributor Sysco Corporation (NYSE: SYY), announced it would end its $8.2 billion acquisition of U.S. Foods due to anti-trust issues claimed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Starting Tuesday, consumers will have to pay to check their bags on the airline, either by purchasing a ticket that covers the fees, or paying them separately at the airport or online.