Fox Means Business: June 28

Wednesday's business headlines.

Let freedom ring – and gas prices fall. A new report from GasBuddy, predicting travelers who drive for the Fourth of July will see the cheapest gas prices since 2005. They expect the national average cost for regular to be around $2.21 a gallon.

Not a good day for Google. The European Union slapped the company with a record fine of $2.7 billion for violating anti-trust laws. Apparently, when consumers used the Google search engine, they were shown Google’s shopping platform before others, giving the company an unfair advantage.

Stocks took a tumble on Tuesday, partly because the Senate is planning to delay a vote on healthcare until after the July 4thholiday.

It seems our felines are getting fatter and our pooches are getting pudgier. A new study from Banfield Pet Hospital found around a third of all dogs and cats in America are now overweight. That’s a huge jump from a decade ago. Experts warn a heavy pet can be a costly pet.

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