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Nightly Business Report – May 4, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what the race for the White House may mean for the market and your money.
Plus, a man, his son, a Tesla and a new twist on long-distance ride sharing.

mj house

The greatest basketball player to ever live is selling his Chicago home.

Lawsuit threat?

Johnson & Johnson is facing a growing threat of losses related to its baby powder product containing talc. Bertha Coombs takes a look at what this could mean for the company’s shareholders.

Back on track

After a sluggish start to the year, auto sales are starting to pick up. Phil LeBeau reports.

Global growth fears

The things that have been driving the market higher for nearly three months seem to be starting to shift. Bob Pisani explains.

Under pressure

While some athletic apparel retailers are struggling to stay afloat, some are in much better shape. Courtney Reagan has the details.

Nightly Business Report – May 3, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, are the three things that drove the recent market rally starting to reverse?
And, Johnson & Johnson loses another talcum powder cancer case. The company says it will appeal, but should investors be concerned?

NBR-Thum

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Warren Buffett’s advice for investors and why he’s standing by his stake in IBM.

Plus, the huge hurdles facing American companies looking to do business in Iran.

Deal scrapped

Oilfield service providers Halliburton and Baker Hughes have called off their proposed $35 billion merger. Eamon Javer explains why the Justice Department considers this a win.

Doing business in Iran

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the hurdles facing investors who are looking to do business in Iran.

Buffet’s advice

Becky Quick sat down with billionaire Warren Buffet for an interview on a wide-range of topics.

New source of demand

Part of the reason for oil’s climb this year is the assumption that global demand will increase. Jackie DeAngelis reports the demand may be coming from an unlikely place.

History at sea

Simon Hobbs reports from Cuba on Carnival’s first cruise to the country since 1959.

Nightly Business Report – May 2, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Warren Buffett’s advice for investors and why he’s standing by his stake in IBM.
Plus, the huge hurdles facing American companies looking to do business in Iran.

NBR-Thum

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why are shares punished if a company shows growth but misses expectations? Should Wall Street estimates matter more than fundamentals?
And, how investors are impacted by targets instead of growth.