Cleveland’s start-up comeback

Cleveland has become a hot bed for start-up activity, helping the city make a comeback. Kate Rogers has the story.

Criticism of EpiPen price hike rises

Meg Tirrell reports the latest on Mylan and the EpiPen pricing outrage.

Nightly Business Report – August 24, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why Mylan’s relationship with Congress has played a big role in the growth of EpiPen sales.

Plus, why some promising software engineers are choosing coding camp over college.

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A drop last week in mortgage applications is a testament to just how sensitive borrowers are to tiny rate moves.

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Many colleges accept credit cards as a way to pay for tuition, but that convenience comes at a high cost.

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An email released Tuesday by Citizens United raised questions about a trip taken by Huma Abedin when she was at the State Department.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, as new home sales grow, the size of some of the homes being built are getting smaller.
Plus, what Best Buy is able to do that some other retailers are not.

Shipping industry under pressure

The shipping industry’s busiest season is off to a slow start. Morgan Brennan reports.

Driving fatalities rise

Phil LeBeau reports on the rising rate of traffic fatalities in the U.S.

The outrage surrounding the EpiPen price hike

The soaring cost of the life-saving drug is garnering attention from some members of Congress. Meg Tirrell reports.

Homes sales surge in July

New home sales hit a nine-year high in July. And as Diana Olick reports, some of the increase in sales has to do with first time home buyers reentering the market.

Best Buy’s strong quarter

After posting strong quarterly results, Best Buy shares rose more than 19-percent today. Courtney Reagan has more on the retailer’s latest quarter.

Inside a casino’s lost and found

Jane Wells takes a look at the items that end up in lost and found at one California casino.

Nightly Business Report – August 23, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, as new home sales grow, the size of some of the homes being built are getting smaller.

Plus, what Best Buy is able to do that some other retailers are not.

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For the first time since the recession, home size is shrinking. Median single-family square floor area has fallen by 73 feet.