Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
Stocks in the mood to rise -- fiscal cliff phobia yields to new hopes that Washington will stop dithering and start dealing.
Stocks in Japan rose more than 2% overnight to their highest level since April in the US the Dow is up triple digits two days in a row.
And -- at a two month hot.
It could gain more today.
The -- industry is reeling in the wake of that mass shootings in Connecticut last week shares of Smith & Wesson telling 10% yesterday.
On fears of new restrictions on gun ownership.
And private equity firm cerberus says it will sell its ownership stakes in Remington.
And in Busch -- maker of the AR fifteen assault rifle used in the killing spree last week.
And the National Rifle Association a fierce protector of gun rights is sounding a new conciliatory tone and says it wants to help prevent tragedies like this.
Classically the -- to -- photo service.
Backing off a policy change.
That would have granted ownership rights to is to -- instead of users.
For the millions of photos posted to the site the FaceBook service caving in to protest from a wide -- ray of posters.
Including actress Mia Farrow and the illegal hacker group known as anonymous.
FaceBook paid a billion dollars to buy its program this year though -- Graham had no revenue at all it's looking for ways to earn that back.
But CEO Mark Zuckerberg meanwhile.
Just made a huge donation to a Silicon Valley charity eighteen million FaceBook shares worth more than 498.
At yesterday's closing price.
That's business for more -- on -- foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Dennis --
Filter by section