According to AD Age, sales of sanitizer is up about 8-percent while overall disinfectant sales are up 12-percent.
Economist say such an agreement would spur the housing industry by making it easier for lower and middle income families to qualify for a mortgage.
So, when is it a smart consumer move to pay top dollar for certain products?
"Roughly 500 banks will support Apple Pay," Cook said. Apple has also signed on retailers including Bloomingdale's, Macy's, McDonald's, Staples and Whole Foods.
If you're looking to update your kitchen this weekend, Consumer Reports has five easy suggestions for 500 dollars or less.
The 20/4/10 standard was used for the study.
Surveys show Americans will spend $7.4 billion on Halloween this year, the most ever.
Apple unveils new ultra thin iPads.
The Starbucks App will now allow users to order drinks from their phone, and skip the line at the store.
The trade group says the voluntary guidelines are in response to "technological innovations, competition in the marketplace and consumer demands."
According to research from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, two-thirds of Americans prefer to take a one day trip or weekend road trip as opposed to 31 percent who prefer to take a trip that's at least a week-long.
The tool is called "safety check" and it allows Facebook users to tell others they are safe.
Mortgage rates fall below 4% for the first time since June 2013.
Stocking up on staff to make sure presents get under the tree, Amazon is adding more seasonal employees.
If you're still on the fence about booking Thanksgiving airfare, you may want to get moving. Because of the small window of travel dates, procrastinators are rarely rewarded with low fares.
The new streaming service will allow users to watch HBO programming without paying for a television subscription.
Flight attendants are concerned electronic gadgets can bounce around the cabin during turbulence and injure people.
Walmart is currently testing a new app that will let you stream movies you own to your phone or computer.
A massive set of recalls affects more than 1.7-million Toyota vehicles.
No 'pink slime' here - McDonald's defends its food.
FBI director not a fan of Apple's new user privacy features
Report: Facebook, Apple pay to freeze employees' eggs.
Dropbox denies reports hackers stole nearly 7 million username and passwords
American Express inked a similar deal this summer with the popular ride-sharing service Uber.
The video streaming service says its 4K content will be part of its most expensive plan which cost $11.99 per month.
Fiat Chrysler said it is unaware of any injuries or accidents tied to the problem.
Facebook CEO gives $25 million to fight Ebola
Report: Apple Pay is coming this week
JPMorgan Chase reports $5.6B profit in the three months ended in September.
McDonald's has enlisted professional skeptic and former "Mythbusters" co-host Grant Imahara to visit McDonald's suppliers and restaurants to counter what it says are some of the myths behind its food.
It may only be a few dollars per month, but over the course of time, those little extra bank fees can add up.
JCPenney has been in business for more than 100 years but has been struggling to pull itself out of a deep slump.
Boeing has landed huge deal.
Dads had a median salary of $40,947, compared to nearly $30,000 for men without kids.
The retailer is hoping to get a jump on Black Friday shopping that in recent years has started Thanksgiving evening.
Darden brands include Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze and Capital Grille.
A Wells Fargo employee sent an email to CEO John Stumpf asking for a $10,000 raise for himself and his colleagues!
Motorists are hoping this will lead to lower prices at the pump but the oil plunge is actually spooking investors.
Customer names, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates were compromised.
Mortgage company Freddie Mac says the nationwide average for a 30-year loan fell to 4.12 percent last week from 4.19 percent.
The company agreed to pay $13-million after claims that the customers were misled about the drink's safety and its effects.
Gleen Murphy became CEO in 2007, and will retire at the end of the fiscal year in February.
A federal lawsuit claims that the descendants of Anna S. Harrington and Nancy Green, who appeared as Aunt Jemima, deserve $2-billion and a share of future sales of the brand.
In order to get it, Wells Fargo customers are required to visit a local branch to obtain their personal access codes.
Shares of Pepsi hit an all-time high Thursday after the soft drink and beverage giant reported third-quarter earnings that blew away forecasts thanks to strong demand in emerging markets. The company also boosted its earnings outlook for the year.
Starbucks has sold over 200 million pumpkin spice lattes. Now it seems like every brand is trying to capitalize on the fall flavor obsession.
Tesla's Elon Musk Promises to Unveil the "D" on Thursday. Maggie Lake reports on the ABC-and Ds- of Tesla.
A Texas FM radio station fires its entire staff and goes to an all-Beyonce, all-the-time format.
Annual report finds Google and Apple only brands worth more than $100-billion.
The charges were typically for $9.99 per month and came from third-party services for things like trivia and horoscopes.