Blockbuster Video website update stokes speculation that comeback may happen
Updates to the Blockbuster Video website have fueled speculation among the brand's fans that the movie and video rental chain, now owned by Dish Network, could make a comeback.
Scammers behind 'extended vehicle warranty' spam calls may face lifetime bans
The Federal Trade Commission announced proposed court orders that would ban the operators of the "extended vehicle warranty" scam from the telemarketing and warranty industries.
'Shark Tank's' Daymond John shares 'most exciting' investment: 'No book like this in schools'
"Shark Tank" star and FUBU founder Daymond John is teaching financial literacy to children with a new book, hoping to leave behind a learn-to-earn legacy across America.
Biden's choice for FAA administrator withdraws nomination after lack of Senate support
Phillip Washington, Denver International Airport CEO, withdrew his nomination to lead the Federal Aviation Administration. President Biden chose him for the job in July 2022.
California bill would ban 'toxic' chemicals found in Skittles, PEZ, other popular candies
A California bill would ban certain "toxic" chemicals commonly found in candies like Skittles, requiring confectioners to come up with new recipes for their sweets.
Michigan becomes first state in decades to repeal 'right-to-work' law
Michigan has become the first state in decades to repeal a "right-to-work" law. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, signed the legislation on Friday to praise from President Biden.
New Orleans cracks down on influx of Airbnb-style short-term rentals with new restrictions
New Orleans is once again attempting to crack down on the city's influx of Airbnb-style short-term rentals by adopting new regulations limiting owners to one property per block.
Baby formula 'getting harder' to find as supply dwindles, pharmacy owner warns
FOX Business' Lydia Hu reports on the nation's ongoing baby formula shortage, detailing the impact the crisis has had on American families.
Las Vegas to host Elite 8 March Madness game Saturday as 68M Americans place wagers
Sixty-eight million Americans are expected to place bets on March Madness games when it's all said and done. That’s 18 million more people betting compared to last month’s Super Bowl.
Survey finds more than half of millennials, Gen Zers willing to spend more on movie tickets for better seats
Many U.S. millennials and Gen Zers expressed a willingness to spend more for better movie seats, while older generations were less likely to do so, according to a survey.
Former Obama official died after pilot of Bombardier jet flipped switch, plane 'abruptly pitched up'
The National Transportation Safety Board said a former Obama-era official on a business jet was fatally injured after the aircraft "abruptly pitched up."
American Airlines to temporarily suspend route due to Boeing dreamliner delays
American Airlines is cutting flights now so because of expected delays in the delivery of Boeing 787 Dreamliners, crucial for the transatlantic route.
Over 3K pounds of meat recalled over possible E. coli contamination
The Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced that more than 3,000 pounds of boneless beef chuck product is being recalled over bacteria concerns.
Mike Rowe celebrates more students forgoing college for apprenticeships: ‘Chickens have come home to roost’
Mike Rowe isn't anti-college or anti-education, but he admits experiencing a "gratifying" feeling knowing that more U.S. students are pursuing apprenticeships over college degrees.
Tanker truck hauling heating oil in Maryland erupts in flames after crash
A truck carrying heating oil in Maryland burst into flames Friday after it crashed along Interstate 795 in the Baltimore area, leaving the driver hospitalized in serious condition.
Ford CEO reveals EV reality: America 'cannot continue to import' batteries, earth minerals
Ford CEO Jim Farley claimed the all-American automaker would be willing to invest in domestic mining and rare earth mineral production to help EV battery supply.
Michael Jordan's billion dollar Nike deal told in Ben Affleck's 'Air'
With the release of film "Air" rapidly rapidly approaching, the partnership between Hall of Famer Michael Jordan and Nike is receiving attention - and how much its worth has grown.
Apple reportedly planning $1B in annual spending to bring films to theaters
Tech giant Apple will reportedly spend up to $1 billion annually to make films for theatrical release, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. Apple has the streaming service Apple TV+.
Food and alcohol delivery and takeout will remain mainstays in 2023: report
A report says delivery and takeout options for restaurant food and alcohol will still be offered across hundreds of thousands of restaurants in 2023. Here's why.
Wendy's adds menu item dropped by McDonald's
Wendy's is introducing a new tortilla chicken wrap, the Grilled Chicken Ranch Wrap, to fill the gap left by McDonald's after the rival restaurant discontinued its Snack Wraps in 2016.