Fox Business Briefs: Amazon cracks down on scams by reportedly firing several workers suspected of supplying independent merchants with inside information; Uber and Lyft are taking their rivalry to Wall Street as both are reportedly aiming to go public next year.
Fox Business Briefs: Generic drugmaker Sandoz plans to start selling a slightly cheaper version of the EpiPen; The Ohio State University now has a vending machine that sells only bacon courtesy of the Ohio Pork Council with donated it as a fundraiser for the Animal Science program.
Fox Business Briefs: Ride hailing company Lyft files a confidential draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to go public; Walgreens announces a partnership with FedEx for prescription delivery.
Fox Business Briefs: Task force led by the Treasury Department publishes a report that suggests the post office charge more for certain package deliveries; Glassdoor releases its annual list of top companies to work for.
Fox Business Briefs: Marriott is offering help to customers impacted by massive data breach; question and answer website Quora says data of 100 million users was stolen.
Fox Business Briefs: Apple reportedly plans to delay the launch of a 5G iPhone until at least 2020; Richard Branson says he expects to send astronauts to space by Christmas.
Fox Business Briefs: The information of potentially 500 million people may have been exposed in a massive data breach within the hotel chain Marriott.
Fox Business Briefs: After declining sales of hunting supplies in certain stores, Dick's Sporting Goods is considering no longer selling hunting supplies in select stores.
Fox Business Briefs: ApartmentGuide.com ranks the top American cities for pet owners; Krispy Kreme's holiday donuts are back.
Fox Business Briefs: Industrial conglomerate United Technologies is splitting up into three separate companies; major lettuce producers are preparing to change how they label romaine lettuce following the latest E. coli outbreak.
Fox Business Briefs: Ikea plans to cut 7,500 jobs as part of restructuring at the company that's aimed at customers who do more of their shopping online than in stores; Honda recalls over 120,000 minivans worldwide due to sliding doors that can open unexpectedly.
Fox Business Briefs: More than one million consumers cancelled their cable TV or satellite subscriptions in the past quarter; Amazon is offering quick grocery delivery until 2pm on Thanksgiving Day.
Fox Business Briefs: Apple has cut production orders in recent weeks for all three iPhone models launched in September according to the Wall Street Journal; YouTube is now streaming full-length movies for free with advertisements.
Fox Business Briefs: Tinder testing out a new feature called 'swipe surge' that lets users know when there's a spike of singles on the app in their area; Google's new interactive map lets users search the best time to travel in their region.
Fox Business Briefs: Wall Street Journal releases their first-ever survey of the top airports in America; KFC is launching a collection of chicken-themed clothing in partnership with the brand Human Made.
Fox Business Briefs: Juul Labs says it will shut down its Instagram and Facebook accounts as part of the company's response to the FDA's call for changes to curb underage e-cigarette use; a rare 19-carat pink diamond has sold for a record breaking $50 million at Christie's Auction House in Switzerland.
Fox Business Briefs: Petco reveals it will stop selling foods containing artificial ingredients for cats and dogs by May 2019; Procter & Gamble debuts new Tide packaging which resembles a wine box and generates a lot of buzz on Twitter.
Fox Business Briefs: New survey conducted at IP EXPO in London finds the most annoying things people say at work; Miller High Life, known as 'The Champagne of Beers,' will be available nationwide in champagne-style bottles for a limited time for the holiday season.
Fox Business Briefs: Cost of financing the purchase of a new home is heading higher as the average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumps to 4.94 percent, the highest level in nearly eight years; Disney announces its new streaming service, launching in late 2019, will be named Disney+.
Fox Business Briefs: Rising interest rates making some would-be home buyers nervous. Number of mortgage applications fell 4 percent.