Fox Business Briefs: Google admits it made a mistake in not disclosing that its home alarm product Nest Guard has a microphone; Payless ShoeSource will honor gift cards and store credit until March 11 as the company liquidates all of its stores after filing for bankruptcy protection.
Fox Business Briefs: Auto dealers are offering deeper discounts on popular SUVs and trucks as they reduce promotions on sedans, which aren't selling as well; Netflix announces it's cutting ties with two superhero series 'Jessica Jones' and 'The Punisher,' signaling the end to the 5-year partnership between the streaming giant and Marvel Studios.
Fox Business Briefs: Airbus is ending production on its iconic A380 superjumbo aircraft due to slumping sales for the world's largest passenger jet; Fortune Magazine is out with its annual list of best companies to work for and J.D. Power is out with its annual list of most reliable car brands.
3 in 10 Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings; Amazon, GM in talks to invest a rival to Tesla
Fox Business Briefs: According to Bankrate, three in ten Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings. Improvement to emergency savings not likely to occur soon. Amazon and General Motors are reportedly in talks to invest in a rival to automotive company Tesla.
Tropicana Field becomes first cashless stadium in North America; Olive Garden offers Valentine's Day deal
Fox Business Briefs: Tropicana Field, home to Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay Rays, officially becomes the first cashless pro sports stadium in North America; Olive Garden allows lovebirds to get their significant others a breadstick bouquet for Valentine's Day.
Fox Business Briefs: Apple is telling app developers that they need to get user consent before recording their screen time in the app; Amazon is investing over $500,000,000 in a self-driving car technology start-up called Aurora Inovation.
Fox Business Briefs: New AAA study finds that cold temperatures can suck the life from electric car batteries reducing their driving time more than 40 percent when drivers turn on the heat inside; Delta and Coca Cola apologize for 'creepy' napkins that encouraged passengers to write down their numbers and give it to their plane crush.
Fox Business Briefs: iPhone on AT&T will now show a '5GE' logo, a move that is causing controversy among users who say it's misleading because they don't have access to 5G networks and the change does not make their phones faster or give better reception; chicken lovers now have a chance to win an ultimate KFC date night package in celebration of Valentine's Day.
Fox Business Briefs: National Corn Growers Association says their disappointed with Anheuser-Busch after the beer maker bashed corn syrup in their Super Bowl ad; car dealer lots brimming with unsold cars rising fears automakers may cut factory output in response.
Fox Business Briefs: Netflix says they saw a 32 percent drop in activity on Super Bowl Sunday; Pilgrim's Pride issues recall for 58,000 pounds of uncooked breaded chicken due to possible rubber contamination and Taylor Farms issues a recall for over 2,000 pounds of mislabeled items that contain a known allergen.
Fox Business Briefs: January employment report shows U.S. employers shrugged off the partial government shutdown by adding 304,000 jobs, the most in nearly a year, far exceeding expectations; Stanford University researchers find that Facebook users who quit are happier and saw a small bump in daily moods and life satisfaction.
Fox Business Briefs: California prosecutors fine Ghirardelli and Russell Stover $750,000 for misleading customers because their packaging was either too big or mostly empty; General Motors suspends production at several Michigan plants after a request from Consumers Energy.
Fox Business Briefs: Apple reports better-than-expected earnings after CEO Tim Cook warned in early January of weakness in China denting iPhone sales in the important holiday quarter; Volkswagen holds on to the car industry's top spot in global sales.
Fox Business Briefs: Pacific Gas & Electric, the largest utility company in the U.S., filing for bankruptcy protection following the devastating wildfires in California; Porsche claims their new electric car Taycan offers a faster charge than Tesla.
Fox Business Briefs: Samsung says it will replace plastic packaging for its products in favor of more environmentally sustainable materials; Google and Amazon are reportedly looking into ways to harness information on consumers' personal energy use.
Fox Business Briefs: MoviePass says it will offer its unlimited plan again, although the company isn't saying how much the new plan will cost; U.S. banks reported nearly 25,000 suspected cases of elderly financial abuse to the Treasury Department in 2018, up 12 percent from the previous year.
Fox Business Briefs: The Wall Street Journal reports that the number of S&P 500 companies that have separated its CEO and chairman positions is now 45 percent; General Mills announced a recall of its Gold Medal Unbleached flour over possible salmonella contamination concerns.
Fox Business Briefs: Fortune releases its annual ranking of the world's most admired companies; WeWork set to launch new kind of casual workspace that will function as its own branded coffee shop.
Fox Business Briefs: Google hit with biggest penalty imposed under a new European privacy law for allegedly not going far enough to get consent from users to gather data for targeted advertising; British Airways celebrates its 100th anniversary by giving one of its Boeing 747s a 1960s-era makeover.
Fox Business Briefs: JCPenney, which has about $4 billion of debt, is struggling to survive after fellow department store chain Sears filed for bankruptcy; wireless carriers stepping up the fight against robocalls.