Southwest Airlines reinstates quarterly dividends
Analyst points to Southwest Airlines as sign of things to come in sector as airline reinstates dividend for the first time since early in a COVID-19 pandemic
New Orleans tourism: The South's strictest city on COVID guidelines aims to revive industry
The City of New Orleans requires everyone to show their vaccine card or negative COVID-19 test before entering bars, restaurants and event venues. This is impacting how the city attracts tourists.
Restaurants spending big to expand outdoor dining options
High Street Hospitality Group owner Ellen Yin on patrons' high demand for more outdoor seating options.
Small business depends on out-of-state workers amid labor shortage
Rams Head Inn owner Aandrea Carter explains how hiring out-of-state employees helped her business become successful.
Hotel owner uses self-sufficiency to see post-COVID success
Rams Head Inn owner Aandrea Carter on using the hotel’s housing and garden to succeed during COVID.
Shift to online school was 'inevitable' before pandemic: Chegg CEO
Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig on the challenges facing schools as they prepare to return amid rising COVID cases.
America approaching ‘population immunity,' but citizens must get vaccinated: Admiral Giroir
Admiral Brett Giroir, former assistant secretary of health, on Axios reporting frustrations between the CDC and the White House.
NYC restaurant owners should make decision on vaccine mandates: Global franchise development leader
Fransmart CEO Dan Rowe provides insight into New York City requiring proof of vaccination for indoor dining and some other activities.
Here are the best workplaces to grow your career
According to LinkedIn data, 10 U.S. cities are seeing a growing workforce because they are "heeding the call to put workers first" — Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Minneapolis and Seattle are "attracting a growing number of job seekers," the company said.
Reversing course has caused 'complete lack of trust' in medical authorities: Bill McGurn
Bill McGurn, former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, on vaccine hesitancy and kids wearing masks in schools.
Potential Fed decision to mandate vaccines likely wouldn’t be legally challenged: Former DOJ Prosecutor
James Trusty, former DOJ prosecutor, on the federal government potentially mandating vaccinations on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast.’
Furniture repurposing company sees record sales during pandemic
Owner of 'Mama's Happy' Amanda Ficek discusses how her company had its most profitable year during the COVID pandemic.
Democrats excited, Republicans hesitant about new child tax credit rollout
FOX Business correspondent Hillary Vaughn reports on why small businesses are concerned over expanded child tax credit.
Public health officials need to regain credibility this fall
Fox News contributor Dr. Marty Makary discusses Dr. Fauci and new COVID variants on ‘The Evening Edit.’
Labor shortage, broken supply chains take toll on New Jersey business owner
Amy Russo, owner of Toast Asbury Park, explains the problems that her restaurant is dealing with on 'Varney & Co.'
Priscilla Chan, Mark Zuckerberg’s tech initiative connects teachers, students with online tool 'Along'
Dr. Priscilla Chan and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s technology initiative partnered with Gradient Learning, an education nonprofit, to create a new communication tool for teachers and students.
Hotels struggle with 'labor crisis'
It is hard for many hotels to find workers. Fox's Robert Sherman has more.
Hotels struggle to find workers
The hospitality industry has a 'labor crisis' on its hands.
Jeff Bezos visits family shelter in Amazon’s Seattle HQ, celebrates 1-year anniversary: ‘Thank you’
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently toured the emergency family shelter that was built in the company’s corporate campus in Seattle.
Vermont Flannel Co. finds success as people seek comfort amid COVID-19
Since 1991 Mark and Linda Baker have specialized in making high-quality flannel products, 100% handcrafted in America.