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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why Mylan’s EpiPen isn’t the only life-saving medicine that’s getting a lot more expensive.
Plus, how one entrepreneur made millions by making your backyard grill a lot easier to clean.
At least 500 million user accounts have been stolen from Yahoo, the company confirmed on Thursday.
A touted oil production freeze by Saudi Arabia might not be enough to boost crude prices, even if it goes ahead, the Russian finance minister told CNBC.
Hillary Clinton on Thursday announced an increase to her proposed top estate tax rate in her latest nod to Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Money and credit growth in the U.S. has now become inflationary and is encouraging another bubble in stock markets, according to an economist.
Diana Olick takes a look at how low inventory is driving down sales of existing homes.
Phil LeBeau reports on the latest updates to Tesla’s autopilot system.
Andrea Day takes a look at the tech companies that are paying hackers millions to expose vulnerabilities.
Dominic Chu reports on the growing buyback trend brought on by low interest rates.
Julia Boorstin reports on the booming mobile gaming market.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Senators are asking the Labor Department to see if Wells Fargo violated labor laws.
Plus, as Tesla rolls out its new version of autopilot, just how much control should drivers hand over to computers?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Senators are asking the Labor Department to see if Wells Fargo violated labor laws. Plus, as Tesla rolls out its new version of autopilot, just how much control should drivers hand over to computers?
A.P. Møller-Mærsk announced on Thursday that the company would split into a transport business and a separate energy division.
Mylan also faces heat from multiple regulatory and legal agencies over huge cost increases for the anti-allergy auto-injectors.
Cisco’s effort to get to the cloud has had technical and business challenges, but a partnership with Salesforce could help.