Illinois now requires insurers to cover EpiPens for kids, but there are still questions about whether it will lead to lower costs.
Fox Business Briefs: Facebook says users affected are those who opted in to having their voice chats transcribed.
Fox Business Briefs: The NFL signs an exclusive deal with Sportradar to distribute official league data for bets.
Fox Business Briefs: Increased refinery production and lower crude oil costs contributed to the decrease in average prices; the nation's highest costs are in the San Francisco Bay Area and the lowest average prices in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Fox Business Briefs: Contractors working for Microsoft are reportedly listening to personal conversations of skype users via the app's translation service.
Fox Business Briefs: Pizza Hut is planning to close hundreds of restaurants as it shifts its focus to delivery and fast-casual dining.
Fox Business Briefs: Amazon's self-driving delivery robot ‘Scout’ will begin delivering packages in Irvine, California.
Fox Business Briefs: Louisiana joins 30 other states in the nation that allow medical marijuana in some form
Fox Business Briefs: Federal Communications Commission approves laws that ban 'spoofing,' a practice by which robocallers try to trick you by calling or texting from nearby location.
Apple feature may leave users vulnerable to hackers; millennials causing decline of another industry
Fox Business Briefs: Researchers find that Apple's Airdrop feature can expose user's personal data to hackers, Apple has yet to comment. Procter and Gamble blame $8 billion dollar write-down on millennial men not shaving as much.
Burger King sees customer surge thanks to meatless Whooper; Netflix takes an interest in users physical health
Fox Business Briefs: The Impossible burger is bringing new customers into Burger King as the chain plans to release it nationwide. Netflix is reportedly tracking the activity of some mobile users on Android to improve playback quality on-the-go.
Hackers steal data from millions of Capitol Open customers, food deliverers admit to sneaking bites of deliveries
Fox Business Briefs: Capitol One reports that the personal data of about 100 million people was stolen by a hacker. Twenty-eight percent of drivers for US Foods admit to nibbling on a customer’s order before handing it over.
Fox Business Briefs: Southwest Airlines say it will no longer fly the 737 Max until January of next year. Ahneuser-Busch says the market share for Budweiser and Bud Light is down half a percentage. Chipolte will give away free guacamole on July 31st.
Coca Cola sees six percent rise in net revenue during second quarter; GNC will close 900 stores by the end of 2020
Fox Business Briefs: Soft drink giant Coca-Cola sees net revenue rise six percent during the second quarter while sales rose three percent. GNC says it will close up to nine-hundred stores by 2020, nearly half of the company’s mall locations in the U.S.
‘Avengers: Endgame’ expected to remain in theaters through Labor Day; Oil prices rise more than two percent
Fox Business Briefs: Blockbuster hit ‘Avengers: Endgame’ surpasses ‘Avatar’ to become highest-grossing film of all time. Oil prices rise more than two percent as tension remains high following Iran’s seizure of a British tanker.
Fox Business Briefs: United Parcel Service Inc. will start delivering packages on Sundays in 2020 as Amazon builds up its transportation system. Coffee chain Dunkin’ adds meatless breakfast sandwiches to the menu.
Fox Business Briefs: UPS announces it will now offer pickup and delivery on Sunday, Dunkin begins serving sandwiches with the plant-based Beyond Sausages, bars and restaurants toast National Tequila Day.
Fox Business Briefs: Marvel Studio's 'Avengers: End Game' dethrones James Cameron's 'Avatar' as the highest-grossing film of all time. Disney's live-action remake of The Lion King breaks its own record; becoming the highest opening weekend for a July film. Gas prices are expected to rise amid the growing tensions between Iran and the U.S. and U.K.
Fox Business Briefs: Boeing forced to shell out about $5 billion in the second quarter following disruptions and delays related to the troubled jetliner.
Fox Business Briefs: Data privacy experts note FaceApp’s terms of services and privacy grant the company rights to any uploaded photos.