First Business was a nationally syndicated financial news and analysis television program, produced by First Business Network LLC, a subsidiary of Weigel Broadcasting, in Chicago. Anchor Angela Miles, reporters Chuck Coppola and Bill Moller, and executive producer Harvey Moshman brought viewers commentary from the floors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board Options Exchange, as well as from their studios in the West Loop. The program covered the financial and economic markets including equities, futures, options, commodities, foreign exchange, and geo-political news. The program, which typically aired before local and national morning news timeslots, had been marginalized as those shows began to start earlier, with First Business often moved to lower-rated and lower-viewed graveyard slots. The program's cancellation ended 47 years of Weigel Broadcasting and their flagship station WCIU-TV carrying and originating business-focused programming from Chicago.