NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, China says trade talks are off, just as new duties go into effect. 

Plus, when iconic companies change their name, does it work? 

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what a week on Wall Street that saw the market hit new highs. Plus, retailers want to hire for the holidays but it could be tough to find workers.

Over a quarter of consumers say they’ll spend more on gifts than they did last year. Among millennials, that share is 41 percent.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow and S&P 500 close at records, but which stocks are worth owning at these levels?

Plus, you no longer have to buy or lease a car. You now have another option.

Ylan Mui takes us to a silly putty maker that says the trade tariffs are driving up costs.

You can buy or lease a car, but did you know that you can also subscribe to one? Phil LeBeau explains how auto subscriptions work.

While demand for housing the US remains solid, there’s a new headwind that’s impacting both sellers and buyers. Diana Olick explains.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow and S&P 500 close at records, but which stocks are worth owning at these levels?

Plus, you no longer have to buy or lease a car. You now have another option.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow closes in on a new high as trade concerns take a backseat.

Plus, marijuana stocks are smokin’ hot but should investors be wary?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow closes in on a new high as trade concerns take a backseat.

Plus, marijuana stocks are smokin’ hot but should investors be wary?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors shrug-off the new phase of the trade war between the U.S. and China even as big business sounds the alarm.

Plus, Audi’s plan to take on Tesla.

The lack of affordable housing has been an ongoing issue for many home buyers, and as more tariffs are slapped on Chinese goods that go into home building, that pain point could get worse. Diana Olick reports.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors shrug-off the new phase of the trade war between the U.S. and China even as big business sounds the alarm.

Plus, Audi’s plan to take on Tesla.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, how businesses are getting back up and running in the Carolinas after the storm.

Plus, a new era for Time Magazine.