Whole Foods will be cutting medical benefits for up to 1,900 workers starting Jan. 1, 2020.

An air traffic controller saw wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein getting off his private plane in the U.S. Virgin Islands with girls who appeared to be 11 to 12 years old in 2018, a year before Epstein was indicted on child sex trafficking charges, newly revealed government documents show.

Joining us to discuss more about the stock market rotation is Ken Kamen, President at the Mercadien Asset Management.

California has now passed a landmark bill requiring contract workers to be identified as employees which greatly impacts a ride sharing company like Uber. Deirdre Bosa reports from San Francisco.

With the recent market rotation we are seeing on Wall Street, is now the best time to invest in value stocks? Mark Travis, President & Portfolio Manager at Intrepid Capital Funds, joins us on the show and gives us his three value stock picks investors should keep an eye on.

The FDA gets ready to review the first treatment for peanut allergies. Meg Tirrell reports.

We look back at the legacy of T. Boone Pickens who passed away at the age of 91. Brian Sullivan reports on Pickens’ great accomplishments that touched so many.

Wall Street remembers and honors the lives of those we lost 18 years ago on the 9/11 terror attacks. Kate Rogers reports on how celebrities are giving back by teaming up with a Wall Street firm at the annual Cantor Fitzgerald’s Charity Day.

The Dow closes back above 27K as investors take note as some major changes happening inside the market. Our Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, there’s a great rotation happening in the market. Our guest tonight says you may want to consider investing in value stocks. Plus, the FDA gets ready to review the first treatment for peanut allergies.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, there’s a great rotation happening in the market. Our guest tonight says you may want to consider investing in value stocks. Plus, the FDA gets ready to review the first treatment for peanut allergies.

China’s Ministry of Finance announced plans to exempt 16 types of U.S. products from additional tariffs on Wednesday, including food for livestock, cancer drugs and lubricants.

Homebuyers are taking advantage of lower mortgage rates and a slow summer for sellers, and that is driving mortgage applications higher.

Recent trade optimism sparked a rebound in stocks, but Deutsche Bank warned if there’s an escalation in the trade war, the U.S. could see a “mild recession” and interest rates falling to zero.

Jamie Dimon said that while he doubts the wave of negative interest rates in countries around the world will reach the U.S., he’s preparing J.P. Morgan Chase for the possibility anyway.