Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the market is doing things it hasn’t done in decades.
Plus, the small business behind Hollywood’s biggest night.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the market is doing things it hasn’t done in decades.
Plus, the small business behind Hollywood’s biggest night.

U.S. equities closed flat to higher while investors awaited President Donald Trump’s speech to Congress next week.

The death rate from drug overdoses more than doubled between 1999 and 2015, according to a report from the CDC.

Retailers with pricing power will be able to pass on costs, but others will lose business and profitability, experts told CNBC.

In January, J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison said the department store chain was getting ready to downsize its fleet.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Treasury Secretary lays out an aggressive timeline for tax reform. Do investors think it’s realistic?

Eunice Yoon spoke to factory workers in China, who say that President Trump was wrong to say the country is stealing U.S. jobs.

The market had a rocky start today as it focused on some comments made earlier by the new treasury secretary. However, the Dow closed at its 10th straight record.

Julia Boorstin reports on how some startups are incorporating robots into the daily work day.

Becky Quick sat down with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss tax reform and growth.

As President Trump pushes for America to manufacture and export more goods, ports around the country are preparing to become busier. Phil LeBeau reports from the port of Charleston.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Treasury Secretary lays out an aggressive timeline for tax reform. Do investors think it’s realistic?

California expects to see surge in hydropower but that could be negative for some independent power producers.

The overwhelming majority of traditional retailers still hasn’t figured out how to profitably fill online orders.