Arjun Kharpal | CNBC.com    Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the electric vehicle maker would suspend car purchases using bitcoin, citing environmental concerns. As much as $365.85 billion was wiped off the entire cryptocurrency market…

By Mike Murphy and Jeremy C. Owens Amazon co-founder’s post-earnings sales hit a new high, with largest concentrated disposal of shares since his divorce amid plans to step down as CEO. Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive…

Eliza Ronalds-Hannon | Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- JCPenney landed in bankruptcy court after foundering during the pandemic, but the reorganized retailer now sports a relatively big liquidity cushion and its sales are growing. The company has…

Tom Maloney | Bloomberg Bezos Sells $2.5 Billion of Amazon and Signals More Coming. (Bloomberg) -- Jeff Bezos sold about $2.5 billion of Amazon.com Inc. stock, his first big disposal this year after offloading more…

by Cassidy Morrison, | Washington Examiner Pfizer will seek federal authorization to use its coronavirus vaccine in children age 2 to 11 in September, the company announced Tuesday. CDC TELLS CRUISE LINES VOYAGES COULD RESUME AS…

Brad Polumbo | Fee.org Inflation often feels like an abstract concept, but it hits everyday people the hardest. Given the federal government’s unprecedented spending spree and money-printing splurge over the last year, many critics have…

By Lucas Tomlinson | FOXBusiness One hundred miles off the coast of China is the largest and most sophisticated microchip maker in the world – Taiwan. These chips power the world's cars, phones, and computers. China consumes more than half of them…

Reuters | David Shepardson U.S. passenger railroad Amtrak on Thursday asked Congress for $5.4 billion in the budget year starting Oct. 1 as it still grapples with the impact of COVID-19. President Joe Biden, who…

By Irina Slav | OilPricecom Crude oil prices got a major boost this week thanks to optimistic expectations about demand from OPEC+ and rebalancing fuel inventories in the United States. Brent jumped to over $68 per barrel,…

By Jonathan Garber | FOXBusiness RV shipments rose 79% year over year Recreational vehicles are hitting the roads at a pace never seen before as the COVID-19 pandemic has driven more Americans to explore the country. Total RV shipments…

By Jeff Cox | CNBC.com Economic activity boomed to start 2021, as widespread vaccinations and more fuel from government spending helped get the U.S. closer to where it was before the Covid-19 pandemic struck. Gross…

Pfizer By Philip Mattera Pfizer made itself the largest pharmaceutical company in the world in large part by purchasing its competitors. In the last dozen years it has carried out three mega-acquisitions: Warner-Lambert in 2000,…

By Michael Hollan FOXBusiness While many fans (and out-of-work employees) are excited for the park to reopen this week, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced the park to make some changes. Some fans are reportedly worried that these changes…

Taylan Bilgic and Firat Kozok | Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- One of Turkey’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges said it lacked the financial strength to continue operations, leaving hundreds of thousands of investors fearing their savings have evaporated…

By Jeanette Settembre | FOXBusiness  Sales of new single-family houses at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.021 million units up from 846,000 in February, Census Bureau data shows. Homes sales continue to skyrocket as more Americans invest…