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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Alibaba surges on its first day of trading, but does that mean it’s a good long-term buy for investors? And, can two people successfully run a company and share the CEO title? You might be surprised by the answer.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a shake-up at the top of Oracle. Larry Ellison, co-founder and long-time CEO, steps down as Chief Executive Officer. And, Alibaba, which could be the largest IPO ever, is expected to price tonight and begin trading tomorrow.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the blue chip Dow Index closes at a record after the Federal Reserve Chair makes it clear the central bank is in no rush to raise interest rates. And, Scotland makes a historic decision on independence tomorrow and the outcome could mean big changes for business. A report tonight from …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the blue chip Dow Industrial Average rises to an intraday high as investors place their bets ahead of a crucial two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve. And, will gas prices fall below $3 a gallon this fall? We have the details of a new report.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the man in charge of GM’s victim compensation fund says the number of ignition-switch related deaths stands at 19, and will likely go higher. And, the author of a new report explains why the widening wealth gap is starting to take a toll on state governments.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, retail sales soar in August and overall sentiment rises. Is this the start of a consumer revival? And, Apple reports record pre-orders for the new iPhone. Now, wireless carriers are fighting tooth and nail to win your business, but at what cost to them?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what’s your sell strategy? With stocks still near record highs, how do you know which stocks and mutual funds to get rid of? And, the FDA approves a new diet pill. So why did shares of the company that makes the drug fall sharply?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is a familiar retail name, RadioShack, close to filing for bankruptcy? We’ll speak to the Wall Street analyst who says yes. And, why it’s a bad time to be an energy bull.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Apple unveils new phones, a mobile payment system and a watch. Did the company prove it hasn’t lost its innovative edge? And, could the Home Depot data breach be more serious that Target’s? A security expert explains why this may just be the tip of the iceberg.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why Wall Street was buzzing about a handful of blue chip stocks today: Exxon Mobil, Boeing and General Electric. And, could potential new rules for the mutual fund industry impact your investments?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the U.S. created fewer jobs than expected last month. What are the implications for the Federal Reserve, the economy and investors?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, at what point will markets start paying attention to the growing international geopolitical turmoil? And, what happens when they do?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks continue to sit at lofty levels despite dismal economic and geopolitical news abroad. Call it the Fortress USA mentality. But how realistic is it? We’ll explain.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report – a big week ahead that could go a long way in determining whether the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates sooner rather than later and if September continues as one of the historically worst performing months.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a special Labor Day edition focusing on the job market: the progress it’s making, the challenges ahead and what some companies are doing to train workers with the necessary skills.