Johnson & Johnson CEO resigns after series of missteps

Johnson & Johnson CEO Bill Weldon will step down in April, the pharmaceutical giant announced Tuesday.

Alibaba wants to take Web unit private

Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, which has been in the headlines lately for its tussles with stakeholder Yahoo, wants to take its publicly traded Web portal private.

Fake Pokemon app becomes Apple App Store bestseller

A scam Pokemon game reached No. 2 on Apple’s App Store charts this week before it was pulled — a debacle that calls into question both Apple’s approval process and Nintendo’s “no apps for us” stance.

Sorry, America: Your wireless airwaves are full

This is part one of a week-long series on the cell phone capacity crunch.

Stocks stumble at the close

U.S. stocks stumbled into the close Tuesday, shaking off a modest morning rally ignited by news of that eurozone deal to help Greece avoid defaulting on its debt.

Greece gets a reprieve, but crisis not over

Once again, Greece appears to have been snatched back from the brink of default with the promise of more bailout money.

Can I use my IRA to buy an apartment building?

Can I purchase an apartment building as an investment with the money I have in my IRA? — Bernie Sauer, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota

Frozen-food firm overcomes economic woes to make a million

Rosana Santos Calambichis was only two years into operating her business Big Chef, a Hollywood, Fla., frozen-food company, when it was hit by Hurricane Wilma in 2005.

Driverless cars are sneaking up on you

The “driverless cars” of science fiction fame are closer to reality than you think.

BlackBerry PlayBook finally gets email in 2.0 upgrade

Research in Motion has finally launched a much-needed update to the PlayBook tablet, which now includes built-in features like email and calendar.