Today, Fed Chair Janet Yellen is expected to announce an increase an interest rates while market indexes touch new records. WCBS 880 Anchors Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane have Wednesday's Opening Bell Report.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot discuss the charges against the man at the center of yesterday's explosion at Times Square, Westchester residents can expect to pay more in property taxes, and Triple A suggests you could be wating money on premium gas, and Brad Heller reports there's more trouble brewing in the NFL.
The unemployment rate hit a 17 year low. Subaru and Hyundai lead the way when it comes to safe cars. Bitcoin surges. And it's Food Friday! We'll hear about the story of a chef who had to change his approach to cooking, after a train accident left him paralyzed.
Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot discuss the big job cuts at GE while unemployment claims fall for third straight week, the continuing rise of the Bitcoin, most Americans don't approve of the GOP's tax bill, and Brad Heller reports on the good times for the NFL commissioner.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane discuss the latest move from special prosecutor Robert Mueller, three states plan to sue in their opposition to the GOP tax bill, when a dollar isn't worth a dollar, and Brad Heller talks about the latest rumored location for a new NHL team.
Stopping 24/7 subway service could give the MTA time to perform system upgrades according to a new study. The senate debates the GOP tax bill. In our Morning Joe, how shopping at Target is changing. And in the business of sports, the NFL takes over Times Square.
In today's editioin of the Opening Bell Report Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane discuss the shakeup at the Today show, Trump takes a trip to promote the GOP tax bill, Brad Heller reports on the second round of layoffs at ESPN.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot talk about the latest snaug that has fallen on the GOP tax reform bill, changes are coming Chobani and Chock Full O'Nuts, and Brad Heller tells us what the Detroit Lions are doing for their fans to make the experience of viewing football even better.
In this morning's editon of the Opening Bell Report, Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnae talk about the expected boom in Cyber Monday shopping, Jill Schlesinger shares tips for charity in light of the proposed tak code changes, Time Inc.'s major pruchase on Cyber Monday, and Joe Connolly has some early reults on the early holiday shoppiing.
It's a light day on Wall Street but in today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, WCBS reporter Peter Haskell was out early with some shoppers in New Jersey, anchor Tanya Hansen talks with Bloomberg about what retailers are looking to come out from the red on this Black Friday and Sophia Hall tells us how we can protect our valuable purchases for the holiday season.
The FCC will vote next month on a plan to scrap net neutrality rules. Ikea recalls a popular dresser that fell on top of a child, killing him. Tesla is in need of a cash infusion. The company is burning through half a million dollars an hour. In Our Morning Joe report Joe Connolly says there's good news for smaller businesses. And in the Business of Sports Aaron Judge undergoes successful shoulder surgery and should be fine for next season.
The justice department sues to block the merger of AT&T and Time Warner. Charges expected to be announced today in connection to the HBO hack this past summer. New Jersey governor elect Phil Murphy calls for a $15 minimum wage. And it's Hungerthon Tuesday on WCBS!