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Microsoft’s Q3 Earnings

Tech giant Microsoft reported it’s Q3 earnings after the bell on Thursday and Susan Li has the latest.

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Retirement plan yields can return to the long-term norm in the next decade or two, TIAA President and CEO Roger Ferguson says.

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Laid off after 55? Landing a new job later in life can be tough, but experts say several tactics can help you land a new gig.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what Congress can really do about the cost of prescription drugs.

And, the stunning move made by a big oil company.

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Certain lucky numbers are overplayed in Powerball, meaning that if you win with them, you might have to share your prizes with others.

Nightly Business Report – January 5, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the auto industry did something today that it’s never done before. And, is there economic trouble in Texas as the price of crude craters?

Market and Oil Predictions in 2016

Bob Pisani and Jackie DeAngelis take a look at the outlook for stocks and oil in 2016.

Nightly Business Report – December 30, 2015

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, how Wall Street pros playing the tax game could hurt your portfolio.

Nightly Business Report – December 23, 2015

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what the holiday heatwave could mean for the economy. And, how vulnerable is the Federal Reserve to a cyber attack? A new Inspector General report sheds some light.

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Kohl’s announced on Tuesday that it will once again keep its doors open 24 hours a day in the final countdown to Christmas.

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Today’s hot stock: UAL, GE, M, BBY, TE, MYL, PRGO & YHOO.

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Today’s hot stocks: PLL, LL, ESI & GPS.

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Today’s hot stocks: BAC, USC, SCHW, DAL, HCA, TGT & MA.

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Today’s hot stocks: INFA, SBUX, GM, AXTA & SPLK.

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Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group

Alibaba’s blockbuster debut as a publicly traded stock has been everywhere leading up to Thursday’s rollout. One place it won’t be, though, is in a lot of investor portfolios. That’s because the e-commerce giant won’t be included in the biggest exchange-traded funds that normally would list a company like Alibaba. Because it is incorporated in the …