NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are opening slightly lower on Wall Street as traders are mostly unimpressed with the latest batch of corporate earnings.
Coca-Cola dropped 3 percent to $39.74, the worst drop in the Dow Jones industrial average, after reporting a slump in soda sales in North America.
The Dow was down 15 points, or 0.1 percent, to 15,469 points after the first few minutes of trading Tuesday.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was down two points, also 0.1 percent, to 1,680. The S&P has risen for the previous eight days, its longest winning streak since January.
The Nasdaq composite was down a point at 3,606.
Johnson & Johnson rose 1 percent to $91.33 after reporting that its second-quarter profit more than doubled thanks to higher sales of medicines and medical devices.
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Bimbo Bakeries announced that it will close its bakery located at 2530 Southeast Drive in Wichita. The company employees 118 people.
Secretary Sebelius orders investigation into botched rollout.
The thefts occurred between 7000 North 143rd Street East and 3000 North 143rd Street East late Saturday and early Sunday.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in the appeals of two brothers sentenced to death for murders committed in December 2000.
Massachusetts woman dies after being dragged for nearly half a mile by a bus.
KU coach, Bill Self, spoofs "Anchorman" in video
WICHway, the Kansas Department of Transportation's Intelligent Transportation System on Wichita's highways, has a new interactive website that functions on all types of computers plus it is useable on smartphones.