Turns out the problem was not the antenna. A software fix is in the works.
Stocks finish the week lower, with the Dow off 46. Investors must ponder what to do next over a long weekend. Tuesday could be volatile. Private job creation is less than expected. Apple concedes an iPhone software glitch.
Diageo, the maker of Johnnie Walker whiskey, will put millions of barrels of scotch into a trust to ensure pension assets will be in place if the company defaults.
The stock market has been staggered by bad economic news. A weak jobs report on Friday could push stocks even lower.
That's the idea one oil analyst put out this week, and BP shares have moved higher as a result.
Apple will, obviously. So will Verizon Wireless. The losers? Research In Motion, AT&T and Motorola, for starters.
The government wants advance notice from companies involved in the BP oil spill on any asset sales that could be applied toward cleanup costs.
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