The average price of a used vehicle is now at a record $20,000. Phil LeBeau reports on what’s driving the prices.

With demand for rental properties on the rise, Diana Click reports on the new scams potential renters need to be aware of.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report – Rite Aid breaks up with Albertsons. Tribune walks away from Sinclair.
Why are these deals dying? A look at the health of deal making landscape.

As the popularity of renting rises against buying single-family homes, so does the risk of being scammed.

Amazon’s plan is to hire a small number of doctors to start a pilot clinic later this year for a select group of employees and then expand it to more workers in early 2019, according to people familiar.

“It’s pretty simple,” Aldi U.S. CEO Jason Hart tells CNBC. “We are going where competitors are, we like to be close to the competition for convenience reasons for our customer.”

Tonight on Nightly Business Report – the changing health care industry. What it means for investors, companies and consumers.

Contessa Brewer reports on what some U.S. casinos are doing to close the skills gap and the gender gap.

Sharon Epperson joins us on set to talk about common money mistakes made in college — and how to avoid them.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the changing health care industry. What it means for investors, companies and consumers.

Most students are navigating new financial territory when they reach college. Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, as we approach the anniversary of the bull market the markets are closing in on historic highs. What are some of the best strategies for your portfolio in an aging bull run?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, as we approach the anniversary of the bull market the markets are closing in on historic highs. What are some of the best strategies for your portfolio in an aging bull run?

While nearly two-thirds of large employers still contract with a dedicated pharmacy benefit management firm to handle their drug costs, they’ve lost faith with the PBM rebate model, a new survey finds.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, it’s estimated that corporate stock buybacks will hit a record $1 trillion this year. The ramifications for the market and investors.