NBR Staff’s Posts

Republicans take first step in repealing Affordable Care Act

Today, the Senate took the first step toward repealing the Affordable Care Act. But as John Harwood reports, the race to repeal could end up benefiting the wealthiest Americans.

EPA charges Fiat Chrysler with diesels emission cheating

The Environmental Protection Agency is alleging that the auto maker used software to violate emissions standards. Phil LeBeau reports.

Ben Carson’s HUD confirmation hearing

Diana Olick reports the latest from the confirmation hearing for Housing and Urban Development Secretary-designate Ben Carson.

Does Netflix have room to run?

After posting gains for the last two years, investors are now watching to see if Netflix will continue to deliver in next week’s quarterly report.

Nightly Business Report – January 12, 2017

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the EPA accuses Fiat Chrysler of cheating and the automaker’s shares sink.
And in the final part of our ‘Drug Price Crisis’ series, we’ll examine what’s being done to expand access to a life-saving medicine.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Wall Street hung on every word of the President-Elect’s first news conference since the election.
Plus, why increased competition is not enough to bring down the cost of life-saving medicines.

Markets react to Trump comments

Bob Pisani reports on the day’s choppy market session.

Trump’s business plan while in office

During the President-elect’s news conference today, he explained how he will handle the financial and business conflicts of interest that will accompany him to the White House.

Drug Price Crisis Part 2: The Overdose Antidote

Meg Tirrell has the second part of our three-part series: “Drug Price Crisis.” She takes a deeper look into why the price is escalating for Naloxone, an opioid overdose reversal drug.

Nightly Business Report – January 11, 2017

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Wall Street hung on every word of the President-Elect’s first news conference since the election.
Plus, why increased competition is not enough to bring down the cost of life-saving medicines.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a plan to overhaul corporate taxes is gaining traction and becoming increasingly controversial.
Plus, the S&P 500 did something it hasn’t done in nine years.

Drug Price Crisis Part 1: The Overdose Antidote

Meg Tirrell has the first part of our “Drug Price Crisis” series where she reports that the price is rising for a life-saving drug, and that increase in cost is squeezing first responders.

Growing business optimism?

Sara Eisen reports from ICR’s annual retail conference in Orlando, Florida on business optimism post-election.

Breaking down the border tax

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the controversial plan House Speaker Ryan and the Trump team have discussed to overhaul the corporate tax code.

Digital disruption

A new Citigroup report says that half of all global companies could be disrupted in the next decade. And one industry that some think is right for changes is the financial service business. Kayla Tausche reports.