Fox Business Briefs: German automaker BMW expands a recall issued in 2017 due to the possibility of an engine fire in some of its vehicles; New York state is set to allow food stamp recipients to purchase goods online.
Fox Business Briefs: Some Chipotle app users are saying their accounts were hacked, claiming fraudulent orders totally hundreds of dollars while the company says they don't see any signs of a breach; Apple's recycling robot 'Daisy' will now disassemble used iPhones returned to Best Buy.
Fox Business Briefs: Netflix posts record paid subscription growth but investors are concerned about weak guidance in both profit and new subscribers; U.S. economy may be firing on all cylinders but retailers announce that nearly 6,000 stores will close this year.
Fox Business Briefs: American Airlines extending cancellations of Boeing 737 Max flights through August 19; Coca-Cola producing bottles shaped like droids exclusively for 'Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge' attractions at Disney Parks.
Fox Business Briefs: Elon Musk's SpaceX marks its first commercial launch with the company's Falcon Heavy rocket; tens of thousands of workers at Stop & Shop supermarkets in three states walk off the job over stalled contract talks.
Fox Business Briefs: Ford announces recall on F-150 pickup trucks from 2015 to 2019 for a second time to fix engine block heaters; KFC creates a virtual Instagram influencer colonel.
Fox Business Briefs: Uber is reportedly seeking to raise about $10 billion in its highly-anticipated IPO; Delta is reporting a net income of $730 million from the first quarter, a 30 percent profit surge.
Fox Business Briefs: Delta tops an annual study that ranks U.S. airlines by on-time arrivals, complaint rates and other stats; Beyoncé fans getting all worked up about a possible Netflix special after the streaming service teases the singer's 2018 Coachella concert.
Fox Business Briefs: Signet Jewelers, the parent company of Kay, Zales and Jared, closing 150 locations due to a reported drop in same-store sales in the last quarter; Netflix says it makes more than $200 million every year from DVD rentals.
Fox Business Briefs: Target's third hike in less than two years raises its minimum hourly wage for workers to $13; Ford, General Motors and Toyota team up to create safety standards for self-driving cars.
Signs the hiring boom may be losing steam; online real estate giant Zillow getting into the mortgage business
Fox Business Briefs: Payroll processor ADP says businesses added 129,000 jobs in March, down from the previous month and the fewest jobs in 18 months suggesting employers may be more cautious as sings of a slower economy have emerged; Zillow is launching a home loans division allowing buyers to shop mortgages.
Fox Business Briefs: Walmart announces new partnership with Google, saying customers can now order groceries by voice through the tech giant's smart speakers; Gmail rolls out new features including scheduling when messages get sent and a 'smart compose' feature that will prompt users with suggestions.
Apple pulling the plug on wireless charging mat; Walgreens isn't ready to quit cigarette sales just yet
Fox Business Briefs: Apple cancels plans for its AirPower charging mat because it reportedly didn't meet the company's standards; Walgreens will reportedly test tobacco-free stores in the U.S. but doesn't plan to quit selling cigarettes entirely.
Amazon expanding operations in Texas; budget airline Wow Air abruptly cancels all their flights indefinitely
Fox Business Briefs: Amazon is reportedly adding 800 jobs at its Austin, Texas hub and opening a new 145,000 square foot space; Icelandic budget airline Wow Air abruptly stops operations because of financial problems telling passengers to check with other airlines for ways to reach their destinations.
Fox Business Briefs: Equifax and FICO team up to sell consumer data to banks; online furniture outlet Wayfair announces plans for its first brick-and-mortar store.
Domino's wants to let drivers order pizza from behind the wheel; lawmakers want to eliminate long receipts
Fox Business Briefs: Domino's is launching an app, expected to come pre-loaded on many new vehicles starting later this year, that will allow drivers to order their pizzas from behind the wheel; California lawmakers are reportedly weighing a bill to ban long receipts.
Adidas releases limited-edition 'Game of Thrones' sneakers; Rent the Runway joins the billion dollar club
Fox Business Briefs: Adidas launches 'Game of Thrones' sneaker collection with six different limited-edition shoes designed to match the houses and characters in the hit HBO series; Rent the Runway announces it's now valued at a billion dollars following its latest fundraising round of $125 million.
Fox Business Briefs: MillerCoors is suing Anheuser-Busch over its Bud Light commercials that ran during the Super Bowl that claim Coors and Miller Light contain corn syrup; Tyson Foods is recalling about 70,000 pounds of chicken strips because they may contaminated with pieces of metal.
Fox Business Briefs: Growing number of Ford Explorer owners have filed complaints about possible carbon monoxide leaks; new survey shows that fewer Americans are using social media.
Fox Business Briefs: Disney closes its $71.3 billion Fox deal acquiring parts of 21st Century Fox; jury in San Francisco finds that exposure to Bayer's Roundup Weedkiller is responsible for a man developing cancer.