While CBS missed on earnings estimates – Julia Boorstin reports on one segment of the company that is growing.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks power higher leading the Dow to post its best 8-week gain since 2009.

Plus, our market monitor has names of stocks he says could climb as much as 20% in a year.

Stocks surged on Friday amid increasing hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal as equities were on pace to post another solid weekly gain.

Walmart is set to report earnings for the holiday quarter before the bell Tuesday.

State Sen. Michael Gianaris defends his opposition to Amazon’s now-scuttled plan for a New York City headquarters.

Trump’s national emergency declaration, criticized by Democrats and Republicans when he threatened it, could bring swift legal and legislative challenges.

Phil LeBeau reports that Airbus has decided to cease production for its A380 – a jet that failed to meet high expectations.

Retail sales for the holiday season fell to lowest numbers since 2009. Steve Liesman looks at what this means for the economy.

Contessa Brewer reports on Amazon’s controversial decision to cancel plans for its New York City headquarters. Then, Diana Olick reports on how Amazon’s announcement impacts real estate in the New York City area.

Coca-Cola’s stock plunged Thursday after the company said it expected sales to slow this year. Sara Eisen has more on the company’s outlook for 2019.

Eunice Yoon reports that high-level US and Chinese officials are in the first of two days talks to develop a framework for a trade agreement.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Amazon cancels plans to build its second headquarters in New York City after mounting opposition.

Plus, why Coke’s stock went flat.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Amazon cancels plans to build its second headquarters in New York City after mounting opposition.

Plus, why Coke’s stock went flat.

Coca-Cola reports earnings that met expectations, but that wasn’t enough to temper concerns about its weaker-than-expected earnings outlook.