The market opens on Friday after a bridge collpase in South Florida yesterday and reports of staff changes at the White House. WCBS 880 Anchors Wayne Cabot and Kevin Rincon host the Opening Bell Report.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, Wayne Cabot discusses the end of a toy era, the merry-go-round at the White House with Major Garrett, Pres. Trump is caught bluffing his way on trade talks, and Joe Connolly talks about two common business moves that have become popular, and Andrew Bogusch reveals the amount of money that's being bet on the NCAA tournament.
Breaking news during the Opening Bell report as President Donald Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and replaces him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Gina Haspel will become the first woman to lead the intelligence agency. WCBS 880 Anchors Wayne Cabot and Alex Silverman take you through the breaking news.
On the WCBS Opening Bell Report, the latest on the chopper crash in the East River. Momentum continues on Wall Street as it marks the 9th anniversary of the bull market. Ivanka Trump is reportedly making over a million dollars from the family business. In our Morning Joe, three examples of how big deals are done. And in the business of sports, some new stats on lost productivity during the NCAA tournament.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report Paul Murnane and Michael Wallace discuss the damages inflicted on our area from the latest Nor'easter, House GOP members urge the president to back off his plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, the president's upcoming meeting with video game executives, and Brad Heller tells us who's in a bidding war for Peyton Manning.
It's the second Nor'Easter in less than a week and WCBS 880 Anchors Paul Murnane and Alex Silverman have you covered. Stocks open down 300 points as President Trump doubles down on tariffs and his chief economic advisor Gary Cohn departs The White House.
The market may react to this foreign policy news that North Kroea is reportedly willing to talk with the U.S. President Trump tweets it may be "fale hope," but the U.S. is prepared to "go hard in either direction." WCBS 880 Anchors Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane host the Opening Bell Report.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot discuss the power outages still plaguing the tri-state area, Jill Schlesinger weighs in on Pres. Trump's tariff talks and its effect on Wall St, Joe Connoly on a possible Chase & Amazon merger, and Brad Heller tells who's now selling burgers at Burger King.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell report Wayne Cabot tells about New Jersey has passed tougher gun laws, The Met begins charging for out of towners, Pres. Trump appears to turn against the N.R.A., Joe Connolly tells us how all the talk about gun laws are affecting businesses, and Brad Heller tells us it pays to be a college basketball coach.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane discusss The Oracle of Omaha's call for investors to keep it simple, The Weinstein Compay's decision to file for bankruptcy, Joe Connolly talks about changes coming to NYC real estate, Brad Heller on CBS Sports launches a 24/7 streaming sports news network, and employment in NYC's tech sector has grown to unprecedented numbers.
In today's edition of the Opening Bell Report, Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane discuss Pres. Trump's idea of letting some teachers bring guns into school, Sen. Rubio gets an earful from a parent who lost a child in Parkland, Twitter fights back against fake accounts, Brad Heller on what MLB team has the most expensive opening day tickets, and why working the graveyard shoft is a hazard to your health.
On today's Opening Bell Report, Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane remember Billy Graham's legacy, Parkland students fight for gun control in Florida, Joe Connolly looks at an up-and-coming sock company, and Brad Heller discusses reports of corporate sexual harassment within the Dallas Mavericks.