(Reuters) - Wall Street was higher at the open on Monday and the Nasdaq inched closer to its record intraday high ahead of Apple's (AAPL.
The drug maker Mylan on Monday pointedly rejected a $40 billion takeover bid from an Israeli competitor, Teva, setting up a potentially drawn-out battle between the two.
WSJ's Annie Gasparro reports Chipotle has removed all GMO ingredients from its menu and the pressure on other restaurant chains to do the same.
European equities closed higher Monday, with investor sentiment boosted by a reshuffle of the team of Greek officials that are negotiating with its creditors.
Southwest Airlines' profits soared to record levels as the company benefited from lower fuel costs. But let's not forget that Southwest Airlines is also a very well run and a shareholder friendly company.