Venmo has changed the way individuals move money. The peer-to-peer payment app, owned by PayPal, is known for its emoji-filled newsfeed where users can see who their friends are paying, and for what. It ranges from roommates reimbursing utilities and rent checks to friends paying each other back for lunch or last night’s bar tab.

With the U.S housing bubble far in the rear-view mirror, home prices in most places have passed their pre-recession peak. In other spots, though, it’s a different story.

Boeing announced Wednesday it will pause share buybacks and is withdrawing its full year 2019 financial forecast while it works through issues surrounding its 737 Max aircraft, whose software is suspected in two deadly crashes.

Malls around the nation is evolving with the changing demands of consumers. Courtney Reagan reports on the the different experiences you may see in the biggest shopping centers around the country.

Americans are feeling more confident about their retirement but are there financial security really more secure? We speak with our senior personal finance correspondent, Sharon Epperson.

Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a recap of the record day with Tuesday’s markets seeing the S&P 500 and Nasdaq closing at new highs.

March home sales numbers point to a stronger housing market going forward. New home sales are now rising. Diana Olick reports.

There is a new report that shows social security and Medicare may be running out in the near future. What’s the best way to plan for this possible shortfall? We speak with Liz Miller, a financial advisor at Summit Place and Sharon Epperson, our senior personal finance correspondent.

The simple act of shopping spurs a legion of data that is often aggregated and then sold. Leslie Picker reports on how our data is helping hedge funds get a trading edge.

With earnings report season upon us, four major Dow components – Coca-Cola, P&G, United Technologies, and Verizon – reported their results. How did each do? Dominic Chu tell us.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the S&P and the Nasdaq hit new records thanks to strong earnings from some very big companies.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the S&P and the Nasdaq hit new records thanks to strong earnings from some very big companies.

China’s worsening African swine flu crisis could give the U.S. an edge over China as the two countries try to hammer out a trade agreement, an analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch said Tuesday.

Coca-Cola isn’t new to coffee, but the global beverage giant is planning on making a big push into the industry this year.

Walgreens is increasing the age to buy tobacco at its drugstores to 21 later this year as the retailer faces possible sanctions from the Food and Drug Administration for allegedly selling to minors.