This depends on your browser. We don't have a specific button that you can click for foxnews.com or foxbusiness.com to become your homepage -- instead, you must change the settings in your Internet browser preferences (but it's well worth the time).
In Mozilla Firefox, select the "Tools" drop-down menu at the top of the page. From there, click "Options" at the bottom of the drop-down menu. In the "General" tab, input your desired homepage. Close the pop-up after you enter your new homepage by clicking "OK." You're all set! For more information, consult the Mozilla help website.
In Google Chrome, click the wrench to the right of the address bar. From there, select "Settings" from the drop-down menu. Under "On startup" click the radio button to the left of "Open a specific page or set of pages." Lastly, click the "Set Pages" hyperlink and type in "www.foxnews.com" or "www.foxbusiness.com" (without quotations) and press OK to save. You can find more specific help at the Google Chrome help website.
In Internet Explorer, select the "Tools" drop-down menu and enter "www.foxnews.com" or "www.foxbusiness.com" (without quotations) in the "Homepage" box. Once that is finished, click "Apply" then "OK" to close the dialog. More information for Internet Explore 9 can be found on the Microsoft help website.
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