Tonight on Nightly Business Report, trade tensions flare-up and investors grow concerned that it will last longer and impact growth and profits.

Top Facebook officials considered putting an end to political advertising on the platform once they learned Russian actors used the site to try and influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. But CEO Mark Zuckerberg ultimately chose to keep running political ads, a former employee told the Journal.

The latest U.S. actions on trade are preventing negotiations with Beijing from proceeding, China’s Commerce Ministry said Thursday.

Oil prices fell 5% on Thursday, extending steep losses in the previous sessions, as the market braced for a prolonged U.S.-China trade war, digested disappointing manufacturing data and processed signs that Middle East tensions are moderating.

Chipotle Mexican Grill is about to take a hit from rising prices due to the African swine fever, according to BMO Capital Markets.

Some Hollywood productions are boycotting Georgia after the state passed an abortion law forbidding the termination of pregnancy after an indication of a heartbeat. Our Julia Boorstin has more for us.

Semiconductor maker, Qualcomm, had a rough day in trading on Wednesday due to a judge ruling the company violated antitrust laws. Deirdre Bosa reports.

Protestors were outside Amazon’s shareholder meeting in Seattle. That’s where we find our Aditi Roy who reports on the many issues these protestors have on the company, which includes facial recognition technology.

A number of space exploration start-ups are happening in China. Our Eunice Yoon is in Beijing with more on this.

Infrastructure talks break down between President Trump and Democratic leaders and that has some wondering if a key deal on the debt ceiling might be harder to reach. Eamon Javers is following the story for us and reports from the White House.

Robert Frank gives us a tour of a mega mansion in Bel Air, California where a wealthy Hollywood doctor is having trouble finding investors and lenders to help buy or rent his luxurious home.

While many retail companies were floundering with their recent earning reports, Target surpassed Wall Street’s expectations with the help of their revamp digital strategy. Rahel Solomon reports.

The Federal Reserve released its minutes report from their last meeting and brought some insight on inflation and interest rates. Steve Liesman explains.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Target hits the bullseye with its online sales as rival retailers flounder.

Plus, Hollywood’s backlash against Georgia.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Target hits the bullseye with its online sales as rival retailers flounder.

Plus, Hollywood’s backlash against Georgia.