Spring Auction Sales for Two Blockbuster Weeks Top $2.5 Billion

Spring Auction Sales for Two Blockbuster Weeks Top $2.5 Billion

Last year, global auction sales of paintings by artists under 40 soared to $259.5 million, a 177 percent increase on 2020, according to data provided by Artprice, a French-based auction analytics company. Eager to jump on this fast-moving bandwagon, Sotheby’s has come up with a new format called “The Now” sales, focusing on works by…

Biden interior secretary won’t say if gas prices are ‘too high’ when asked by Republican senator

Biden interior secretary won’t say if gas prices are ‘too high’ when asked by Republican senator

Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Deb Haaland refused to say if gas prices were “too high” during a hearing on Thursday when asked by Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo. Barrasso pressed her on the question repeatedly. “Do you believe that gas prices are too high?,” Barrasso asked Haaland. “I…

Manufacturers weigh in as Congress negotiates China competition bill

Manufacturers weigh in as Congress negotiates China competition bill

Sen. Bill Hagerty, R-Tenn., discusses President Biden’s ‘misguided policy’ regarding the removal of Chinese tariffs. As Congress begins formal negotiations to compromise on the details of legislation aimed at boosting the country’s ability to compete with China, American manufacturers have provided their two cents on the matter. The National Association of Manufacturers sent a letter…

Baby formula shortage could mean life or death for kids with metabolic issues

Baby formula shortage could mean life or death for kids with metabolic issues

In 43 states, more than 40% of baby formula was recently out of stock — and families with special dietary needs are growing desperate.   Eight-year-old Izzy Bradford is a bundle of energy. But the third-grader suffers from the rare disorder phenylketonuria, also known as PKU, and relies on special formula for about 70% of…

Georgia police ID teen Taco Bell employee who victims say allegedly fired at them over Mexican Pizza

Georgia police ID teen Taco Bell employee who victims say allegedly fired at them over Mexican Pizza

Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Police in Georgia have released the name of the 17-year-old Taco Bell employee who allegedly brought an assault rifle to work and opened fire on two teenagers in the parking lot, injuring both of them. The South Fulton Police Department said that Marquis Jordan, 17, is a suspect in…

Baby formula shortage impacts people with metabolic issues

Baby formula shortage impacts people with metabolic issues

Baby formula shortage impacts people with metabolic issues – CBS News Watch CBS News Families with special dietary needs are growing desperate amid the baby formula shortage. Thousands in the U.S. suffer from the rare disorder phenylketonuria, also known as PKU, and require specialized formula for life. They have few options if they run out….

GOP-led legislation would force breakup of Google’s ad business

GOP-led legislation would force breakup of Google’s ad business

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., on Instagram implementing new controls ahead of Capitol Hill hearing, cracking down on Big Tech, Biden’s meeting with Putin and the Military Defense Authorization Act. A bipartisan group of senators led by Utah Republican Mike Lee introduced legislation Thursday that would take aim at conflicts of interest in the advertising technology…

Kudlow: The only way to whip inflation is by abandoning the progressive agenda

FOX business host shreds the Biden administration over the state of the economy on ‘Kudlow.’ So, we begin tonight with the front page of the New York Post. That kind of says it all.  Take a look… “Joe’s Train Wreck” — “gas hits a brutal $6 a gallon, border crisis gets worse, ministry of truth…

MasterCard, Starbucks and PayPal to cover abortion travel for workers

MasterCard, Starbucks and PayPal to cover abortion travel for workers

MasterCard, PayPal and Starbucks are among the companies on a growing list to say they’ll help pay for employees to travel for abortions if the procedure is not available where they live. “We will continue to offer employees access to the same health care that is available today wherever they live,” a spokesperson for MasterCard stated in…

A recession is now the base case scenario for Wells Fargo

A recession is now the base case scenario for Wells Fargo

Former Obama Director of the Office of Management and Budget Russ Vought predicts the U.S. is headed towards a recession under President Biden. Wells Fargo slashed its economic outlook this week, with a year-end recession now the bank’s base case scenario as the Federal Reserve moves to tame red-hot inflation.   In an updated forecast,…