Fox Business Briefs: Amazon announced 20 finalists for its $5 billion second headquarters project earlier this year, promising to make a decision by the end of the year.
'Bar Rescue' host Jon Taffer on the impact of marijuana on the beer and the broader alcohol market.
Morning Business Outlook: Dow sinks amid the death of a Washington Post columnist and global growth fears; UPS is planning a massive push to hire 100,000 seasonal workers.
Morning Business Outlook: Apple introduces new privacy portal website that allows users to search and see what kind of data the company has kept on them; Buffalo Wild Wings releases new limited-edition pumpkin-spiced chicken wings.
Fox Business Briefs: Nearly all major U.S. burger chains get a failing grade when it comes to using antibiotics in their beef; eBay is suing Amazon for allegedly poaching its sellers illegally.
Pacer ETFs President Sean O’Hara discusses how rising interest rates are impacting bonds and where investors should allocate their capital.
Fox Business Briefs: Netflix announces a blowout third quarter adding seven million in subscribers, a third more than anticipated by Wall Street; UPS will host nearly 170 job fairs around the country in push to hire 100,000 seasonal workers to keep up with demand.
Morning Business Outlook: Uber has reportedly received proposals from Wall Street banks valuing the company at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering; job posting site Glassdoor ranks Pittsburgh as the best large metro area in the U.S. for jobs in 2018.
Fox Business Briefs: Uber has reportedly received proposals from Wall Street banks valuing the company at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering; Apple addresses 'schmear' campaign over its bagel emoji that users complained over the lack of spread.
Fidelity’s move into cryptocurrencies is icing on the cake for the asset class.
Morning Business Outlook: The pharmaceutical industry pushes back on a Trump administration plan that would require drug makers to list the prices for most drugs in television ads; Mega Millions, Powerball jackpots near $1 billion in combined winnings.
Fox Business Briefs: Struggling retailer Sears files for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection while issuing a statement saying they intend to stay in business and keep profitable stores open along with its e-commerce sites; Walmart reaches preliminary agreement to pay $65 million to settle a class-action lawsuit from 100,000 California-based cashiers who accused the store of failing to provide seating during their shifts.
Cadre CEO Ryan Williams on the opportunities for investors in commercial real estate.
Morning Business Outlook: Elon Musk appears to be serious about getting into the tequila business after filing paperwork to develop a Tesla-brand liquor called 'Teslaquila'; Burger King is the fastest drive-thru chain in America in 2018 according to a study by QSR Magazine.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino reports on Omega Advisors Chairman Leon Cooperman's retirement party.
Fox Business Briefs: Home buyers are facing another challenge. Not only are home prices high because of low inventory, now mortgage rates are reaching 5 percent, their highest rate in more than seven years; deadline is approaching for car buyers who want the federal tax credit on a Tesla.
Morning Business Outlook: Facebook removes over 500 pages and 250 accounts accused of spreading false or misleading political information ahead of the midterm elections; Mega Millions $548 million jackpot is one of the largest on record.
Fox Business Briefs: PayPal will soon begin offering deposit and withdrawal services at Walmart stores; Congress is eyeing regulation after the Google+ privacy flaw.
Morning Business Outlook: Justice Department has approved drugstore CVS' bid to buy Aetna, one of the nation's largest health insurers; U.S. Postal Service wants to raise the price of its first-class stamp.
FOX Business' Gerri Willis reports from the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange on the Dow Jones Industrial Average recording its largest single-day point drop since February.