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Good morning some of Monday's big -- was gained back Tuesday the Dow rising 116 point on the heels of new home sales hitting a four and a half year high at the start of the new year.
And consumer confidence rising for the first time in three months in February.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke also helping out hinting that the Fed's easy money policy will -- cut short.
Apple to pay twenty million parents some 100 million dollars in the form of iTunes credit.
As part of a legal settlement for their kids buying songs and games without their permission.
That's spare change for apple it's iTunes business makes forty million dollars a day.
Meanwhile shareholders can asked apple executives questions today at tech giant's annual shareholder meeting.
CEO Tim -- under pressure to unleashed Apple's a 137.
Billion dollar -- -- Anheuser-Busch in -- giving a negative outlook on its -- out here in the US drinkers have less disposable income but that doesn't mean they want their -- watered down.
The beer giant accused of watering down but Nikola and other brands the class action -- you -- millions of dollars in damages.
And Americans are saying honesty is the best policy when dealing with the tax man for the most part a new poll showing 87% of people don't think it ever OK to cheat on taxes.
But still one out of ten responders saying some form of cheating it's acceptable.
That's business for more light on foxbusiness.com.
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