NBR Staff’s Posts

Nike earnings beat but future orders slide

Dominic Chu reports Nike’s earnings for this quarter.

Airlines take to social media to field complaints

Phil LeBeau reports on the airline social media teams tasked with improving customer experience.

Shortage of appraisers delays home closings

Diana Olick reports on the appraiser shortage that has home appraisal delays up 50% since the beginning of the year.

Presidential debate showcases battle of economic policies

Steve Liesman takes a look at Trump and Clinton’s competing visions for the U.S. economy.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is the government once again flirting with a shutdown?
And, why airlines want to hear frustrated flyers rant on social media.

Nightly Business Report – September 27, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is the government once again flirting with a shutdown?
And, why airlines want to hear frustrated flyers rant on social media.

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Hours after trading barbs in the race’s first one-on-one debate, Hillary Clinton appears to have put some distance between herself and Trump.

Ad rates spike as debate expected to draw Super Bowl-sized audience

Julia Boorstin reports that ad rates rose north of $200,000 for some broadcasters during the first presidential debate.

Financial stocks lower while energy stocks outperform

Dominic Chu reports on how the Deutsche Bank probe, OPEC talks, and election concerns are affecting the markets.

Remembering Arnold Palmer’s business empire

Dominic Chu looks back on Arnold Palmer’s legacy off the course.

Small Business Matters: Election Concerns

Kate Rogers takes a look at the concerns of small business as political uncertainty reaches an all-time high.

Oil prices rise as OPEC members meet to discuss deal

Hadley Gamble has the latest from the International Energy Forum in Algiers.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors turn their focus to the election and they’re nervous.
Plus, two high-profile companies may also be considering buying Twitter: Disney and Microsoft.

Nightly Business Report – September 26, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors turn their focus to the election and they’re nervous.
Plus, two high-profile companies may also be considering buying Twitter: Disney and Microsoft.