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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the U.S. Attorney in New York reportedly opens a criminal investigation into General Motors’ recall of more than one million cars. What does all this mean for the automaker? And, Tesla sales are banned in a third state. Is today’s ruling in New Jersey a threat to the company’s business …
Today’s stock stories: MW, JOSB, JCP, DKS, FNMA, FMCC & PLUG
The U.S. Attorney in New York reportedly opened a criminal investigation into General Motors’ recall of more than one million cars. What does all this mean for the automaker? And, Tesla sales are banned in a third state. Is today’s ruling in New Jersey a threat to the company’s business model?
More people want to drive luxury cars at affordable prices causing automakers to shift their strategy.
There is still no trace of the Boeing 777 plane which disappeared Saturday about an hour into its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Has the retail investor’s faith in the stock market been restored? If the individual investor is getting back in, will the bull market get a second wind?
The South by SouthWest technology and music conference in underway where big ideas are shared and innovative products are born.
Tonight: Five years later has the retail investors` faith in the market been restored? And if they are tiptoeing back in, will the mom and pop investor gives the bull market a second wind?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, how much faith do retail investors have in the market, five years after stocks hit bottom? And, will the spring thaw heat up the U.S. economy? Find out what the experts are forecasting.
Today’s stock stories: MCD, CQB, URI, GE, EBAY & URBN
How much faith do retail investors have in the market five years after stocks hit bottom?
Meet two guys who saw the future of television, left their job and risked it all to be part of the transformation and eventually turned a profit.
Our Market Monitor guest explains why buying defensive stocks may be your best offensive.
As the bull market turns five years old Dominic Chu takes a closer look at the companies that were left behind.
Tonight: Hiring was surprisingly strong in February with more jobs were created than expected.
Does this signal the economy`s not only growing – but perhaps accelerating?