Baby formula 'getting harder' to find as supply dwindles, pharmacy owner warns
FOX Business' Lydia Hu reports on the nation's ongoing baby formula shortage, detailing the impact the crisis has had on American families.
Survey finds more than half of millennials, Gen Zers willing to spend more on movie tickets for better seats
Many U.S. millennials and Gen Zers expressed a willingness to spend more for better movie seats, while older generations were less likely to do so, according to a survey.
Over 3K pounds of meat recalled over possible E. coli contamination
The Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced that more than 3,000 pounds of boneless beef chuck product is being recalled over bacteria concerns.
Eye drop recall: Florida woman sues company after eye removed
A Florida woman is suing Global Pharma Healthcare after she says her eye had to be removed after using the EzriCare Artificial Tears. Now, she says she is legally blind.
TSA declares peanut butter a liquid, social media reacts
The debate is over if the TSA considers peanut butter a liquid after the agency took to social media to share that peanut butter is a liquid, not a solid.
Food and alcohol delivery and takeout will remain mainstays in 2023: report
A report says delivery and takeout options for restaurant food and alcohol will still be offered across hundreds of thousands of restaurants in 2023. Here's why.
Wendy's adds menu item dropped by McDonald's
Wendy's is introducing a new tortilla chicken wrap, the Grilled Chicken Ranch Wrap, to fill the gap left by McDonald's after the rival restaurant discontinued its Snack Wraps in 2016.
FAA lays out additional steps for air traffic controllers after 'too many close calls'
The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Air Traffic Organization announced additional steps it's taking to ensure the aviation system is safe following a string of close calls.
Accenture to cut 19,000 jobs globally
Accenture announced that it plans to lay off 19,000 employees as it works to streamline operations amid the uncertain economic environment. However, it's still hiring.
Pilot from another airline helps Southwest plane land safely after captain needs 'medical attention'
An off-duty pilot from another airline helped Southwest Airlines Flight 6013 make a safe landing in Las Vegas after one of its pilots needed "medical attention" following takeoff.
Americans' favorite Easter candies and Passover foods revealed: Instacart survey
The hottest Easter 2023 candies and Passover foods have been revealed, according to recent Instacart data. Hint: Americans apparently love their peanut butter and chocolate.
FTC considering 'Click to Cancel' rule in bid to ease pain of ending subscriptions
The Federal Trade Commission is proposing a new "Click to Cancel" rule that would force companies to make it easier for consumers to drop unwanted subscriptions.
Ford to lose $3B on EV 'startup' in 2023, turn profit on traditional vehicles
Ford expects its electric vehicle division to post a $3 billion loss in 2023 as it ramps up production, while its conventional vehicle operations are expected to turn a profit.
Starbucks CEO talks ‘reinvention’ plan ahead of first shareholders meeting
Starbucks CEO Laxman Narasimhan issued his first letter to shareholders two days after officially assuming the role. In it, he underscored the importance of their "reinvention plan."