NBR Show Clips

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.

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.

Jeff Sessions confirmation hearing

John Harwood reports from the nation’s Capitol on Jeff Session’s confirmation hearing that took place earlier today.

America’s agriculture labor shortage

America’s agriculture industry is experiencing a labor shortage, a problem that some farmers are worried will get worse under the new presidential administration.

Increased optimism at major health care conference?

Meg Tirrell reports the highlights from the JPMorgan Health Care Conference 2017.

Federal Housing Administration to reduce annual insurance premiums

The Federal Housing Association plans to reduce government mortgage costs, a move that’s expected to save FHA borrowers an average of $500 this year. Diana Olick reports.

Trump overshadows Detroit auto show

While not present, Donald Trump was on the minds of all automakers at this year’s North America International Auto Show in Detroit. Phil LeBeau reports.

Investor patience & potential Trump policy changes

Stocks have rallied since Election Day on the expectations for lower taxes and a decrease in regulation. But, do the markets have the patience to wait for the potential changes? Mike Santoli reports.

Where the Jobs Are: Hiring at the border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is looking to hire more than 1,000 new workers. But as Kate Rogers reports, the agency is having a tough time finding recruits.

Market Monitor: Mike Mussio

This week’s Market Monitor explains why he thinks staying domestic might be the best thing for your portfolio this year.

Bright Ideas: Sharkbanz

One entrepreneur set out on a mission to create a device that he believes will reduce your chances of getting bitten by a shark.

Major indexes hit record highs

Bob Pisani reports on the day’s market action.