Stocks recoup much of Monday's loss, but the Dow falls back after reaching 14,014. Michael Dell's $24 billion bid for his own company is a spark. Apple rises. Investors cheer Disney and Chipotle results.
The rest of the company's business is humming along. The aerospace giant has a better-than-expected quarter and is the No. 1 planemaker.
Regulators aren't letting the Dreamliner back in the air anytime soon.
Shares of the aerospace company have flatlined as safety concerns ground the new 787.
Carriers are starting to track spending on tickets, not just miles flown. Delta's shift in its rewards program is expected to be followed by rivals.
The negative publicity surrounding the new plane will haunt the company for years. Still, Wall Street remains confident the safety issues will be resolved.
JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley report decent reports. American Express and Citigroup disappoint. Overall results are about average. Markets are closed Monday for Martin Luther King Day.
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