NEW YORK (CNN) -- CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Tuesday, July 9.
Asiana passengers likely to get millions
Asiana Airlines will likely end up paying hundreds of millions of dollars to passengers of its flight that crashed in San Francisco on Saturday, according to a leading aviation law expert. The crash, the first fatal airline crash in the United States in nearly four years, occurred Saturday when the Boeing 777 jet attempting to land clipped the end of runway. There were 182 people hospitalized with injuries ranging from severe scrapes to paralysis.
Conway's La Huerta Mexican Restaurant ordered to pay BMI $37K over music licensing
A Conway restaurant owner learned last month that playing music from a licensed artist without paying royalties can be costly. Broadcast Music Inc. of New York received a default judgment of $30,000 plus another $7,000 for attorney fees against La Huerta Mexican Restaurant and its owner, Julio Nunez, for playing 12 copyrighted songs without paying for them, according to court records on a lawsuit filed last year in federal court in Little Rock.
Facebook's graph search is here. Check your privacy settings
Facebook on Monday turned on "Graph Search" for all English-speaking users in the U.S., expanding a test program it rolled out in January to tens of millions of users. The tool allows people using natural-language searches to find nearly anything indexed on Facebook - "photographs of friends before 1999? or "restaurants in San Francisco" - giving them another reason to share information and spend more time on Facebook. It's also another reason to double-check your privacy settings.
Best cars for billionaires
Each year for the past 25 years, Robb Report Magazine has selected the very best products for the ultra-wealthy in its "Best of the Best" issue. This year, when it came to automobiles, the magazine looked at vehicles in six different categories, choosing the top cars for those for whom price is no object. The Ferrari F12berlinetta garnered the Robb Report award among sports cars. Besides being a really impressive performance machine -- it can go from zero to 60 miles an hour in three seconds -- the F12berlinetta has 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space under its hatchback and is a pleasure to drive, even ordinary roads not just at the track.