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Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. The S&P closes out the week at a record and there may be more room to run.
Plus, what auto industry leaders are doing to prevent your car from being hacked.

Cybersecurity threats in cars

Phil LeBeau reports on the growing concerns over auto cybersecurity threats.

Does the market have room to run?

For the week, all the major indexes rose. Mike Santoli takes a look at whether or not the market still has room to run.

Minimum wage hike discussion on campaign trail

One of the big issues on the campaign trail is stagnant wages. Kate Rogers takes a look at the ongoing debate over minimum wages.

Business & buzz at Comic-Con

Julia Boorstin reports the highlights from this year’s Comic-Con event.

General Electric’s earnings beat

General Electric reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for the latest quarter.

Nightly Business Report – July 22, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. The S&P closes out the week at a record and there may be more room to run.

Plus, what auto industry leaders are doing to prevent your car from being hacked.

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It might be hip for supermarkets such as Wal-Mart to embrace the sale of so-called ugly produce as a way to reduce food waste, but whether it even makes practical or economic sense to launch regular offerings of odd-looking or funny-shaped fruits and vegetables maybe something altogether different.

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Donald John Trump accepted the Republican presidential nomination here Thursday, completing a stunning rise from billionaire sideshow to standard bearer of a major American party.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow win streak is over and late day earnings from Visa could set the tone for trading tomorrow. Plus, why the Justice Department is moving to block two health insurance mega mergers.

Existing homesales hit 9-year high

Diana Olick reports the latest on existing home sales for the month of June.

ECB’s post-Brexit meeting

Julia Chatterley reports the news out of the European Central Bank’s latest meeting.

Strong quarter for General Motors

Phil LeBeau reports the results from General Motor’s latest quarter.

Health insurance mergers challenged

U.S. regulators are suing to block Anthem’s proposed purchase of Cigna and Aetna’s merger with Humana, citing competition concerns. Bertha Coombs reports.

Nightly Business Report – July 21, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow win streak is over and late day earnings from Visa could set the tone for trading tomorrow.

Plus, why the Justice Department is moving to block two health insurance mega mergers.