In this morning's Opening Bell report, WCBS anchors Alex Silverman and Paul Murnane have the latest on a deadly Missouri duck boat accident, President Trump's new round of tariff threats against China, and details on the aftermath of yeasterday's Manhattan steam pipe explosion.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, Paul Murnane and Steve Scott discuss the talks that are taking place between Vladimir Putin, what consumers can expect for Amazon Prime Day, and Brad Heller tells us about the newest technology that will be used in tonight's MLB Home Run Derby.
Papa John's founder steps down after reports surface that he used racist language on a conference call, President Trump makes his way to England to meet with the Prime Minister and the Queen and in the Business of Sports, Fox is losing money on the World Cup. All these stories and more as Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane host the Opening Bell News Block.
In today's Opening Bell News Block, anchors Wayne Cabot and Cheryl Simone discuss the recent jobs report and what it means for the economy. Chinese tarrifs are making it more expensive to buy American built BMWs in China.
In today's Opening Bell News Block, a popular cell phone brand is experiencing some glitches on some of their phones that's causing photos to be sent to user's contact lists. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is heading to North Korea to push Kim Jong-un to denucleraize and in Morning Joe, Joe Connolly talks about how more people are quitting their jobs for better ones.
Altantic City recovers mroe than half the jobs it lost since 2014 with the opening of two new casinos, Toys R Us becomes history tomorrow, Amazon is starting program that allows you to start your own small business delivering Amazon packages, in the buisness of sports, the Knicks and Rangers may become publicly traded companies. Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane host this morning's Opening Bell News Block
A 28-year-old stuns the political world by beating 10-time incumbent Congressman Joe Crowley. In the Business of Sports, Brad Heller talks about the price-tag for wrestling and in Morning Joe, Joe Connelly brings us the story of a man who was able to create his dream second career. Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot anchor.
Greg David from Crains says Immigrants are a "crucial force" in the New York econonmy, housing affordibility is at its lowest level in a bout a decade and gas prices fall as OPEC ramps up production. Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane cover all those stories and more on today's Opening Bell News Block.
In today's Opening Bell News Block anchors Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot report that Europe is targeting American imports like Harley Davidsons and burbon with $3 billion in tariffs. The president tweets about immigration and Joe Connolly has some employment and sales trends to wrap up this week.
More parentless children arrive at LaGuardia Airport last night to the surprise of Mayor DeBlasio, Former Mayor Bloomberg pumps millions of his own fortune into helping Democrats take control of Congress in the midterms and in Morning Joe, Joe Connolly explains that the real estate market was not normal this spring. WCBS Anchors Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot host this morning's Opening Bell News Block.