American Airlines is adding extra flights Wednesday to help passengers get where they're going after a computer malfunction forced it to ground all flights for hours Tuesday, stranding tens of thousands of passengers. American says the grounding was unrelated to heightened security concerns after the Boston Marathon bombing.
In the meantime, beef prices are going up. The AG Department says the composite retail price on beef cuts, including choice beef and hamburger, climbed to an an all-time high of $4.92 a pound in March, up 5 percent from a year ago. And commodities experts say to watch for demand to grow as the summer barbeque season heats up.
A setback for Yahoo's turnaround efforts and Chief Executive Marissa Mayer. The web portal is reporting a drop in key advertising business, as rivals Google and Facebook gain ground.
We did have a higher close for stocks Tuesday after a stronger-than-expected report on new home construction.
And forget about rock climbing walls and onboard surfing. How about a ride in a capsule called the "North Star" more than 300 feet in the air and hanging over the sides of a ship? An indoor sports complex with bumper cars and roller skating? Circus school -- or skydiving in a "rip cord by iFly"? Those are among the features on new cruise ships Royal Caribbean is unveiling. The first "Quantum of the Seas" will sail in the 2014 -2015 season. It will take off in and out of a New Jersey port, south of New York City.