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Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. The Federal Communications Commission approves sweeping changes to the way the internet is regulated. What do the new rules mean for you?
And, did IBM’s CEO win over Wall Street at the company’s investor day?

Tonight: Lowe’s reports strong quarterly results as more homeowners remodel. But what’s fueling the renovating boom?

Tonight: Stocks set a record as Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen says the central bank will remain patient when deciding when to raise rates.

Tonight: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies in front of Congress tomorrow and there are certain words investors need to watch for.

Tonight: Stocks end in record territory as Greece reaches a deal with its creditors to extend its bailout.

Tonight: Wal-Mart, the country’s biggest private employer, makes a big investment in its employees by hiking wages for half a million workers.

Tonight: Why the debate over when and how to raise interest rates is heating up inside the Federal Reserve.

Tonight: There’s a big move happening in one of the biggest markets in the world and it could impact your money.

Tonight: From taxes to housing to your portfolio, why Spring is an important time for your finances.

Tonight: The S&P 500 closes at a record as do small caps. The Dow Jones Industrial Average breaks 18,000 for the first time this year. Is the market set up for more big gains and where should you put your money now?

Tonight: Nasdaq 5000 is within reach, a level synonymous with the dot com bubble and bust. But the index is a lot different now than it was back then.

Tonight: Will Cisco’s results set the tone for trading tomorrow? The one thing investors need to know about the company’s earnings report.

Tonight: Why 2015 will be a challenging year for an American business icon: Coke.

Tonight: Stocks drop as the new Greek Prime Minister remains defiant, setting his government on a collision course with creditors.

Tonight: Employers created more jobs than expected last month, wages rebounded and more people re-entered the labor market. Does the strong January jobs report put a June rate hike by the Federal Reserve back on the table?