Micron CEO Sanjary Mehrota told 'The Claman Countdown' that semiconductor demand is strong across all end market applications.
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The projection– which covers online shopping from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31 – shows a 10% increase from last year, according to the Adobe Digital Economy Index.
Average monthly fees for interest checking accounts are up more than 5 percent, hitting a record high.
Spiraling inflation could mean higher taxes for millions of Americans – a phenomenon known as "bracket creep" that pushes taxpayers into higher-income brackets even though their purchasing power is unchanged due to wild surges in consumer prices.
Big money managers are hoarding the most cash in a year amid concerns over inflation and slowing global growth, according to a survey conducted by Bank of America.
Larry Kudlow discusses reliable energy sources as the deadline approaches for the trillion-dollar infrastructure package.
The group argues that Facebook "cannot be trusted to manage a payment system or digital currency when its existing ability to manage risks and keep consumers safe has proven wholly insufficient."
Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., has spent more than $600,000 on personal security over the past year, despite pushing for gun control, according to new campaign finance data reviewed by FOX Business.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has made no secret of his desire to deflate China’s property bubble. He is facing resistance over a measure aimed at curbing housing speculation: a nationwide property tax.
Under the DOJ settlement, Facebook will pay $4.75 million in civil penalties and set up a fund to make up to $9.5 million available to "eligible victims", the largest fine and monetary award ever recovered in the 35-year history of the Immigration and Nationality Act’s anti-discrimination provision.
Local police say new law prohibits them from using tear gas and crowd control measures. Marine Corps veteran Gabriel Johnson with reaction on 'Fox & Friends First.'
The Credible Money Coach helps a reader with $14,000 in her checking account understand the value of paying off credit cards.
A federal judge has ruled that North Carolina’s flagship public university can continue to consider race as a factor in its undergraduate admissions, rebuffing a conservative group's argument that affirmative action disadvantages White and Asian students.
The Biden administration on Tuesday endorsed a scaled-back version of a proposal that could force banks to turn over customers' account information to the IRS.
Mayor London Breed argued that the company has been having a hard time generating revenue in the city, likely prompting its decision to close stores in certain areas.
As of its 2021 equal pay analysis across staff and company-owned restaurant employees, McDonald's pays women globally 99.85 cents on the dollar for similar work, taking into account legitimate pay drivers such as level, location, experience and performance.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told congressional leaders Monday she will extend extraordinary cash management measures to temporarily finance the U.S. government until Dec. 3, the new deadline for lawmakers to raise or suspend the debt ceiling or risk a first-ever default.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney said the Biden administration’s approach to climate change will get the U.S. into another crisis.
President Biden is meeting with 17 total members of Congress on Tuesday as Democrats' reconciliation talks drag on.