Fox Business Briefs: Hyatt locations in the U.S. will now require hotel guests to wear masks or face coverings at all indoors public places including bars, restaurants, and gyms; Sparc Group, a partnership between Authentic Brands and Simon Property Group, expected to be the winning bid of Brooks Brothers according to the Wall Street Journal.
Fox Business Briefs: Wall Street Journal reports Twitter is interested in TikTok and the two companies have held preliminary talks about a possible combination; Disney World will start scaling back its hours after lower-than-expected attendance due to the pandemic.
Fox Business Briefs: Facebook will allow employees to work from home through July of 2021; TikTok threatens legal action against the United States after President Trump ordered firms to stop doing business with the Chinese app within 45 days.
Fox Business Briefs: Hilton sees a business drop nearly 80 percent in second quarter; Adidas says their online sales are up 95 percent.
Fox Business Briefs: Disney's three major streaming services Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus surpass 100 million paid subscribers; Clorox says that grocery store shelves won't be fully stocked with its disinfectant wipes until 2021.
Fox Business Briefs: President Trump is backing Microsoft's move to buy TikTok but warns it faces a U.S. ban if a deal isn't reached by September 15; McDonald's plans an updated menu by the end of 2020 while the CEO hints a new chicken sandwich could be added.
Fox Business Briefs: Luxury department store Lord & Taylor files for bankruptcy one year after closing its 11-story flagship building on New York's Fifth Avenue; Microsoft in talks to buy the popular video app TikTok.
Amazon posts a record second-quarter profit of $5.2 billion resulting from a spike in online shopping.
Fox Business Briefs: Johnson and Johnson reports progress in preliminary testing of an experimental coronavirus vaccine.
Fox Business Briefs: L Brands is planning to layoff about 15 percent of its corporate employees, approximately 850 people.
Fox Business Briefs: McDonald’s global sales were down nearly 24-percent in the spring quarter in the U.S., the decline was more than 8-and-a-half percent.
Fox Business Briefs: Theme park announces that its annual Halloween event will be canceled due to operating restrictions linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fox Business Briefs: E-commerce giant Amazon accused of stealing ideas from start-ups that it invested in before launching competing products; Disney announces the release of the live-action version of 'Mulan' has been delayed indefinitely and is delaying the release of future installments of 'Avatar' and the 'Star Wars' series by a year.
Fox Business Briefs: Tesla's second quarter profit surprises Wall Street and CEO Elon Musk says the company will build its second U.S. assembly plant near Austin, Texas.
Fox Business Briefs: The FAA might wait until early November before recertifying the plane again, says the Wall Street Journal.
Fox Business Briefs: Winn-Dixie will now require face masks as its parent company Southeastern Grocers says the mandate is for the safety of its customers, workers, and communities; eBay is selling its classified ads business to a Norwegian company, Adevinta, for more than $9 billion.
Fox Business Briefs: Delta Air Lines rolling out additional protocol for those who cannot wear a mask because of a medical condition and says any customers who make false claims about a condition may be banned from future flights; Walt Disney joining the list of advertisers cutting ad spending on Facebook.
Fox Business Briefs: Twitter investigates a coordinated attack targeting several high-profile accounts using the company's own employee tools; Kohl's joins Kroger, Walmart, and Sam's Club in requiring shoppers and staff to wear masks.
Fox Business Briefs: Best Buy says you'll need to wear a mask to shop at any of their stores nationwide in an effort to protect shoppers, its communities, and employees; hard seltzers ringing up around $1 billion in sales during the week of July 4.
Fox Business Briefs: Number of passengers on Delta planes during the second quarter dropped more than 90 percent from a year ago; Coca-Cola launching a contactless beverage dispenser that lets customers choose and pour drinks from their phones.