NBR Staff’s Posts

Your smart devices could make you vulnerable to a cyber attack. Andrea Day reports on how you can protect yourself.

Morgan Brennan takes a look at plans to build the world’s fastest train in the U.S.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what Verizon did to stop customers from fleeing.
Plus, the hot selling American brand that’s rolling off assembly lines in China.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, are small investors getting in the market just as big investors are getting out?
Plus, what automakers are doing as their most lucrative market starts to cool.

Google is investing a lot of money in a new study to find out why healthy people get sick. Meg Tirrell reports.

Lockheed Martin and Boeing are vying to win one of the biggest defense contracts of the decade for 350 jet trainers. Morgan Brennan reports.

From the Shanghai Auto Show, Phil LeBeau reports that China’s auto sales are beginning to slow after years of very strong growth.

Bob Pisani reports on what dragged the overall market lower today.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, are small investors getting in the market just as big investors are getting out?
Plus, what automakers are doing as their most lucrative market starts to cool.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, IBM reports its 20th straight quarterly revenue decline.
Plus, what are the odds that you will be audited?

Despite posting better-than-expected earnings, IBM missed revenue targets and saw its shares initially fall.

Kayla Tausche reports the latest on Trump’s meeting with health insurers, where the issue presented was whether the President will pull funding from companies that sell plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges.

Stocks tend to dip right before taxes come due. But is the end of tax season typically a boost for the bulls? Dominic Chu takes a look.

Sue Herera reports the earnings from Dow components Goldman Sachs, UnitedHealthcare and Johnson & Johnson.

During Facebook’s Developers Conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the Cleveland murder and Facebook’s ability to handle offensive and violent videos.