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Aditi Roy reports on the latest developments on the California wildfires that ravaged several counties and wineries.
Sara Eisen spoke with Trian’s Nelson Peltz after the billionaire investors lost the shareholder vote for a seat on Procter & Gamble’s board.
As the stock market moves to new highs, Bob Pisani tells us there are some stocks attracting fresh interest.
The corporate jet market has been very slow to take off, but according to industry executives, a big lift off may be coming.
Courtney Reagan reports on Wal-Mart’s analyst day where the retailer gave guidance for the next fiscal year and announced a $20 billion share buyback.
Morgan Brennan reports on General Electric shares sinking after the company’s CEO announced more leadership changes.
Meg Tirrell reports on California’s governor signing a bill into law that requires drug makers to justify any price hikes.
Bob Pisani tells us what investors are watching, as we head into earnings season.
Eamon Javers reports on the mouting discord between President Trump and GOP Senator Bob Corker.
Phil LeBeau takes a look at plans for a hybrid-electric plane which will be completed and ready for delivery in 2020.
As the unemployment rate for the health care industry sits below the national average, hospitals and home health care firms are having difficulty attracting top talent. Bertha Coombs reports.
The S&P 500 closed at a record for the sixth straight day, making it the longest streak of record closes in 20 years. Bob Pisani reports.
Morgan Brennan has the details of a report that says Amazon is trying out a new delivery program where it will pick up packages from third-party vendors and deliver them to customers.
Netflix, and other non traditional media companies are taking on the traditional players in Hollywood. Investors are questioning who will win the future of video. Julia Boorstin spoke to some of the industry’s decision makers.
Diana Olick reports the details of a new platform that lets potential home buyers crowdfund the down payment on their house.