Here's the Thursday Bloomberg After The Bell Report from the New York Stock Exchange.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a lot more work needs to be done to determine the cause of Boeing 787's battery fires and that the design of the Dreamliner should have prevented these kinds of incidents. Investigators have found evidence of short circuits and uncontrollable overheating in connection with the battery fire on a Japan Airlines 787.
American Stock Exchange
2408.82 up 9.17
3130.38 down 23.29
Standard And Poors 500
1494.82 up 0.01
Stocks closed mixed as the worst slump for Apple in four years overshadowed improving economic data.
The IRS says it will appeal a court's ruling that it does not have the power to license tax preparers.
Eating veggies may be getting more expensive. A study by an American importers group says consumers will pay twice as much for tomatoes if the Obama administration ends a pricing accord with Mexico, which would trigger limits on imports.
What happens when technology meets politics? Just ask Mark Zuckerberg. He's hosting a fundraiser at his house for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as the Facebook CEO supports Christie in his bid for reelection.
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