• In this March 21, 2016, file photo, Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at an event to announce new products at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. On Tuesday, April 26, 2016, Apple reported that quarterly revenue fell for the first time in more than a decade, as iPhone sales fell compared with a year ago. That's putting more pressure on the world's most valuable public company to come up with its next big product. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

    Apple reports iPhone sales down, 1st revenue drop since 2003

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple sold more than 51 million iPhones in the first three months of this year — and that’s the problem.

  • Tyka Nelson holds a rose outside Paisley Park, the home of her brother Prince in Chanhassen, Minn., on Thursday, April 21, 2016. Nelson went out to thank fans who gathered at the home to mourn the loss of the pop star who died Thursday. (AP Photo/Steve Karnowski)

    Who will step forward to claim Prince’s millions?

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prince’s sister believes the superstar musician didn’t have a will and asked a Minnesota court on Tuesday to appoint a trust company to temporarily oversee his multimillion-dollar estate.

  • NFLPA Brady tops list of top selling players

    BOSTON (AP) — Scandal over deflated footballs put Patriots quarterback Tom Brady under a microscope last season. It didn’t stop him from being the NFL’s top merchandise seller.

  • This undated photo provided by Rafi Mohammed shows Mohammed. Mohammed is the founder of Culture of Profit LLC, a Cambridge, Mass., consulting firm that helps businesses develop and improve pricing strategies. (Tom Fitzsimmons/Courtesy of Rafi Mohammed via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

    Pricing goods in an era of Web shopping

    NEW YORK (AP) — Stores still can’t seem to wean shoppers off profit-busting discounts. But they’re trying to with varying success.

  • Renault-Nissan's CEO Carlos Ghosn speaks during a press conference held at Auto China 2016 in Beijing, China, Monday, April 25, 2016. Automakers are showcasing a new generation of luxurious SUVs at China's biggest auto show of the year to lure buyers in its cooling, crowded market. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

    China auto show highlights SUVs in slowing market

    BEIJING (AP) — Automakers are showcasing a new generation of luxurious SUVs at China’s biggest auto show of the year as they battle for buyers in the country’s cooling, crowded market.

  • In this photo taken on Monday, April  11, 2016, a radiation warning sign is placed near the check-point 'Maidan' of the state radiation ecology reserve inside the 30 km exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, some 370 km ( 231 miles) south-east of Minsk, Belarus. The sign is placed in two kilometres distance of Nikolai Chubenok farm. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

    AP Exclusive: Test finds Chernobyl residue in Belarus milk

    GUBAREVICHI, Belarus (AP) — On the edge of Belarus’ Chernobyl exclusion zone, down the road from the signs warning “Stop! Radiation,” a dairy farmer offers his visitors a glass of freshly drawn milk. Associated Press reporters politely decline the drink but pass on a bottled sample to a laboratory, which confirms it contains levels of a radioactive isotope at levels 10 times higher than the nation’s food safety limits.

  • In this Friday, April 15, 2016 photo, Heather Retberg feeds chickens at the Quill's End Farm in Penobscot, Maine. The farm represents a way of life she said needs to be protected from an aggressive regulatory structure that keeps small farms from getting food to local people. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

    Legal defeat only emboldens ‘food sovereignty’ soldiers

    PENOBSCOT, Maine (AP) — Heather and Phil Retberg’s Quill’s End Farm is idyllic to the point of New England cliche. Dairy cows, milked by hand, share space with goats and ducks near a wooden barn that overlooks a rolling green field and the summit of nearby Blue Hill.

  • Andrew Krowne, left, checks his phone his wife Jennifer brings the rest of their groceries into their hotel room, Thursday, April 21, 2016, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. It's been two months since a natural gas well blowout that uprooted thousands of Los Angeles families was capped and officials spoke of residents returning to their normal lives. Andrew is still wondering when that will happen. Like the 3,700 families who have yet to move home, Krowne, his wife, toddler and four other young children, are still in limbo. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

    Thousands of families in limbo 2 months after gas blowout

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — It’s been two months since a blown-out natural gas well was capped and officials spoke of thousands of uprooted families returning to their normal lives.

  • Joyce Ertel Hulbert, owner of a 2015 Volkswagen Golf TDI, holds a sign while interviewed outside of the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Thursday, April 21, 2016. An agreement will give consumers who bought nearly 600,000 Volkswagen vehicles rigged to cheat on emissions tests the option of having the automaker buy back the cars or fix them, a judge said Thursday. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

    VW to take $18 billion hit as German carmakers face recall

    WOLFSBURG, Germany (AP) — It’s been a bad week for German automakers.

  • In this photo taken on Tuesday, April  5, 2016, Natalya Vetrova, one year old, sleeps holding a bottle with fresh cow milk at home in Zalyshany, 53 km (32 miles) southwest of the destroyed reactor of the Chernobyl plant, Ukraine. Her village is in one of the sections of Ukraine contaminated by radioactive fallout from the Chernobyl nuclear explosion. (AP Photo/Mstyslav Chernov)

    AP Exclusive: Ukraine children eat food tainted by Chernobyl

    ZALYSHANY, Ukraine (AP) — Viktoria Vetrova knows the risk her four children take in drinking milk from the family’s two cows and eating dried mushrooms and berries from the forest.