Rising oil prices give stocks a boost as businesses assess damage from cyberattack

Wall Street is trying to get its mojo back. Stocks started the day higher with the Nasdaq (^IXIC) hitting yet another record high as investors shrugged off a massive cyberattack and a successful missile test by North Korea and instead turned their attention to a big jump in oil prices.

Here ares some of the other stories the Yahoo Finance team is covering for you today.

A wheel deal between Waymo and Lyft
Google parent Alphabet’s (GOOGL) self-driving car unit Waymo is teaming up with ride-hailing company Lyft on products and technology for autonomous vehicles. Not a lot of details on the collaboration, but safe to say it’s a blow to Uber’s self-driving car program. What does this mean for Lyft’s deal with GM (GM)?

Global cyberattack spreads to computers across globe
Businesses are scrambling to contain the damage from the WannaCry ransomware attack that started Friday and continues today. We’ll talk about Microsoft’s (MSFT) response and what role the government may have played in the hacker’s actions. And we’ll tell you how to stay safe.

Zelda’s calling 
Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda is coming to a smartphone near you. Nintendo is developing a mobile version of the iconic adventure game. But fans should be patient. Zelda isn’t expected to make it to your smartphone until at least 2018.