The Dow fell 177 points to 30,008 14. The NASDAQ fell 114 points to 9 12,099, the S and P

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President Pence Real close. We'll have the latest coming up in the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell in five minutes at 6 25 Money News on WCBS sponsored by South via design centers. Here's Bloomberg's Tracy Junkie. Almost three years ago, BMW started giving Nashville drivers unlimited access to its vehicles. All they had to do was sign up for a subscription that started it $2000 a month that will stop at the end of this month. It's a recent business model that hasn't caught on widely. GM ended a Cadillac subscription service two years ago. Mercedes halted a pilot last summer. That ex figures it's in the driver's seat. With so much demand for online shopping. It's going to slap a new third charge on his biggest customers, those who shipped more than 30,000 packages a week. The 30 Cent surcharge for packages down for people's homes will start in a month. Wall Street's first week of the new year ended with records The second week did not the Dow fell 177 points to 30,008 14. The NASDAQ fell 114 points to 9 12,099, the S and P down

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