Fox Business Briefs: Amazon announces this year's Prime Day will run for two whole days; WalletHub lists the most patriotic states based on voter turnout, military enlistment and veterans per capita..
Fox Business Briefs: McDonald's says their sales for the Quarter Pounder are up 30 percent since introducing fresh beef; Walmart is deploying artificial intelligence at the checkout to double-check the cashier's work and to keep an eye on shoppers.
Fox Business Briefs: McDonald's is testing out robot fryers and voice-activated drive-thrus hoping the technology will help speed up customers' service; Taco Bell is opening a pop-up hotel in Palms Springs, California called 'The Bell.'
Fox Business Briefs: Taco Bell set to roll out an official vegetarian menu after testing options in Dallas; after five years of research and development, Colgate is ready to unveil recyclable toothpaste tubes.
Fox Business Briefs: Panera Bread has plans to target customers looking for a fast ready-to-go meal during the week.
Fox Business Briefs: Social media giant partnering up with PayPal, Visa and MasterCard for the new venture.
Fox Business Briefs: India increasing tariffs on 28 U.S. products including apples, almonds, lentils and chemical products.
Fox Business Briefs: A new Merrill Edge report shows 59 percent of Americans worry about their finances.
Fox Business Briefs: New York City will extend a cap on the number of vehicle licenses that are issued for Uber and Lyft; McDonald's will partner with Uber Eats to test out commercial fast food delivery by drone in San Diego.
Fox Business Briefs: Amazon is pulling the plug on its food devilery service due to stiff competition from companies like Grub Hub and Uber Eats. Boeing says delivers of its top selling plane have fallen 56 percent.
Fox Business Briefs: Uber is developing shared air transportation between suburbs and cities -- and ultimately within cities. It wants to launch the service in 2023, starting in Dallas and Los Angeles.
Fox Business Briefs: United Technologies makes an all-stock offer to merge with Raytheon, a deal in which the combined company would be valued at more than $100 billion; Krispy Kreme plans to open a flagship store in Times Square in early 2020.
Fox Business Briefs: Tech giant IBM announces over 1,000 employees will be losing their jobs; Walmart will begin delivering groceries straight into your refrigerator when you aren't home.
Fox Business Briefs: Fiat Chrysler withdraws $40 billion merger bid for French automaker Renault saying the deal collapsed due to the political climate in France; Amazon says it will begin using drones to deliver packages and Uber will begin offering helicopter rides in New York City.
Fox Business Briefs: Southwest Airlines kicks off its annual low-fare ticket sale for round trip flights to selected cities starting for under $100; Grammy Award winning artist Rihanna tops Forbes list of wealthiest female musicians with a net worth of $600 million.
Fox Business Briefs: Beauty retailer Sephora will close all U.S. stores, distribution centers and corporate offices on Wednesday, June 3 as the company performs diversity training for all staff members; Amazon unveils the first of 10 pop-up shops opening in the United Kingdom.
Fox Business Briefs: Ferrari introduces its first hybrid, the SF90, which will have 986 horsepower and a top speed of 211 mph making it the most powerful street-legal vehicle the Italian supercar manufacturer has ever made; Abercrombie & Fitch says it's closing some its large flagship stores and focusing on smaller shops.
MacKenzie Bezos unveils plans for her half of the Amazon fortune; Boeing 737 Max may be grounded for two more months
Fox Business Briefs: Ex-wife of Amazon CEO says she will give half of her $35 billion dollar fortune to charity, Boeing continues working on a fix for the 737s flight control flaw.
Fox Business Briefs: Fiat Chrysler proposes a $40 billion merger with French automaker Renault; Amazon is reportedly shopping for new office space in Manhattan.
Fox Business Briefs: Reuters reports that the Federal Aviation Administration expects Boeing 737 Max planes to return to the air as early as late June; SpaceX hopes to launch a 'mega-constellation' of nearly 12,000 satellites in the next few years to beam cheaper internet around the world.