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Morgan Brennan breaks down UPS results ahead of the crucial holiday season.
Jackie DeAngelis reports on the quarterly results from Amazon.
Tech is the best performing sector this year. And as Josh Lipton tell us, the biggest risk to the sector could come from regulators.
Pending home sales, which account for homes under contract but not yet sold, fell to the lowest level in three years. Diana Olick reports on what’s behind the market slump.
Bob Pisani takes a look at what drove the three major indexes lower today.
Meg Tirrell reports on four congressmen introducing a bill that would give Medicare the power to negotiate the price of drugs.
The Senate, by the narrowest of margins, took a final step to keep new rules from going into effect that would make it easier for consumers to sue banks. Kayla Tausche reports.
Boeing posted a strong quarter that saw deliveries hit a record. The company also gave upbeat profit and cash flow outlooks. Phil LeBeau reports on why the aircraft maker’s business is expected to soar.
Seema Mody reports on what hotel chain Marriott is doing to appeal to millennials.
Aditi Roy reports on the impact the California wildfires had on the state’s marijuana industry.
Steve Liesman takes a look at who’s in the running to become the next appointed Fed Chair.
Morgan Brennan reports on has more on Caterpillar and 3M’s strong results and what is driving the industrial sector to new highs.
After a century-long history together, Sears said it will stop selling Whirlpool appliances immediately. Seema Mody reports on the washed up relationship.
Julia Boorstin reports on AT&T’s quarterly results.
According to a new report, ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft are becoming increasingly popular. Phil LeBeau takes a look at what that means for the taxi industry.