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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the fourth quarter starts with a big decline. Should investors expect more of the same in the coming months? And, auto sales for September are strong. How much are dealers raising incentives to close deals?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, eBay spins off its fast-growing PayPal unit marking a sharp reversal in its business strategy. And, why is Ford making a big change to its best-selling vehicle for the past 33 years?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why protests in Hong Kong have investors in the U.S. concerned about potential long-term economic repercussions. And, six years after AIG’s record bailout, its former CEO is in court trying to prove the government acted illegally.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Bill Gross, the man who built Pimco into a bond market powerhouse, abruptly leaves the firm. If you own any Pimco funds, what should you do now? And, the Dow Index closes out the week with five triple-digit moves. Our market monitor guest tonight has a list of stocks he …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a sea of red on Wall Street making today the fourth triple-digit move in the Dow Index this week. Why are big moves suddenly back in the market? And, will Nike change the tone of trading tomorrow following its earnings release tonight?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why Wal-Mart is making its biggest push yet into financial services. And, remember Sam Waksal? After spending years in prison for insider trading, the former ImClone CEO is planning an IPO for his latest biotech venture.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Treasury Department cracks down on so-called inversion deals. What do the new rules mean for some of the large health care deals that have not yet closed? And, when tough economic times hit, one small business decided to shift its strategy to survive…and eventually thrive. We’ll meet the owners …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Apple sells more phones than ever in its debut weekend and Alibaba is officially the world’s biggest IPO. What do these two records mean for the market and investors? And, what’s behind the slump in existing home sales and what does it say about the strength of the housing market?
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?