SAN FRANCISCO - Apple made history - not to mention an obscene amount of money - in its last quarterly result. Let us count the ways: A record 74.5 million iPhones sold.
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended down on Monday, led by losses in biotech shares after disappointing news from several companies including Amgen.
The nation's largest airlines last week reported ridiculous - for them - first-quarter profits. And it had far less to do with the price of oil and jet fuel than you've probably read.
Tesla Motors Inc. climbed the most in almost six months after two analysts said the electric-car maker's plan to offer storage batteries for homes and businesses is a growth opportunity.
... * Drop in healthcare stocks leads U.S. shares lower. * Reshuffled Greek negotiating team helps European shares. * Euro gains on Greece optimism.