NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is there a new class of blue chip stocks?
Plus, are Alzheimer’s researchers focusing on the right thing? The growing debate within the medical community.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks rally as investors turn their attention to market fundamentals.
Plus, how you can protect your retirement savings in an uncertain market.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks rally as investors turn their attention to market fundamentals.

Plus, how you can protect your retirement savings in an uncertain market.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow dips for eight straight days as investors wonder if there’s more selling ahead.
Plus, why a small town in Nebraska is split on the construction of a major pipeline.

While housing demand is strong nationwide, Diana Olick reports that some markets are still struggling.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow dips for eight straight days as investors wonder if there’s more selling ahead.
Plus, why a small town in Nebraska is split on the construction of a major pipeline.

Aditi Roy takes a look at what a cut in the corporate tax rate could mean for the low-income housing market.

Bob Pisani reports on why pulling the health care bill led to a rally in the markets.

Phil LeBeau takes a look at how airport upgrades could fix the ballooning flight time problem.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, House Republicans yank their health care bill leaving investors scratching their heads.
Plus, what’s being done to alleviate traffic jams on the tarmac.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, House Republicans yank their health care bill leaving investors scratching their heads.
Plus, what’s being done to alleviate traffic jams on the tarmac.

Courtney Reagan reports on Macy’s new CEO, Jeff Gennette, and the challenges he faces as the department store sector continues to shrink.

Phil LeBeau reports on Ford’s low first quarter earnings as investments in future technologies raise costs.

Morgan Brennan takes a look at the trucking industry’s policy priorities.

Julia Boorstin reports on the growing boycott of advertising on YouTube by brands concerned with ad placement alongside hateful videos.