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Nightly Business Report — April 24, 2015

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Comcast walks away from its $45 billion bid for Time Warner Cable. So what happens next to the companies and the broader industry? And, why the supply of houses on the market may be even tighter than many think.

Pot for pets

As the legalized pot industry grows, some pot entrepreneurs have found a new niche market: pot for pets.

Trains vs. trucks

There are two very different earnings stories going on in the transportation sector. Morgan Brennan explains.

Google Fiber attracts startups

Google Fiber offers a super-fast internet connection to a small number of locations and it’s not a coincidence that startups are flocking to these cities.

California’s last resort?

California is drying up and as the race to save the state from the epic drought continues, some are looking to the Pacific Ocean for help.

Global economy hits earnings

Caterpillar, 3M and Procter & Gamble are sending a message to the markets about the global economy.

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Tonight: The Nasdaq closes at a record, topping its dot-com era high as we get earnings from some of the biggest technology companies like Google, Microsoft and Amazon. And, why earnings season is a big one for small caps.

Nightly Business Report — April 23, 2015

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Nasdaq closes at a record, topping its dot-com era high as we get earnings from some of the biggest technology companies like Google, Microsoft and Amazon. And, why earnings season is a big one for small caps.

The great raisin heist

Hampton Pearson tells us why a raisin farmer is getting his day in court, but not just any court, the Supreme Court.

Bird flu fears

The government says it’s working on a potential vaccine in response to the bird flu outbreak.

Spring housing in bloom

Sales of existing homes increased six percent in March, their highest levels in 18 months.

McDonald’s and Coca-Cola report

Two iconic American companies, McDonald’s and Coke, are having a tough time of late, but their latest earnings reports offer a glimmer of hope for investors.

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Tonight: Two iconic American companies, McDonald’s and Coke, are having a tough time of late, but their latest earnings reports offer a glimmer of hope for investors.

Nightly Business Report — April 22, 2015

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, two iconic American companies, McDonald’s and Coke, are having a tough time of late, but their latest earnings reports offer a glimmer of hope for investors. And, why a raisin farmer is getting his day in court, but not just any court, the Supreme Court.

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Today’s stock stories: T, EBAY, AN, BK, ABT & OCR.