Nick Wells is a data journalist and graphics editor for CNBC.
Prior to joining CNBC, his reporting and data-driven stories appeared in Crain's New York Business, The New York Times, New York Daily News and other publications.
Wells holds a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Hampshire College and an M.A. in Journalism from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
Donald Trump likes Twitter because it lets him get out his message without the news media. And that message is changing.
A new research paper takes on academics' study of politic's effects on the stock market.
Fundamental funds are more likely to own big-name household brand stocks, while quant funds tend to stick with smaller companies.
Twitter's new privacy settings show users who the social media site thinks they are. The inferences are often far from accurate.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate was at 4.3 percent, but there's a bigger story behind that one number.
David Einhorn is shorting Core Labs partly because of tech buzzwords in earnings calls. But Core Labs isn't the only one using them.
Meal kits are practically everywhere, but new data suggest consumers might be getting their fill.
Billions of people spending time on the social network could have added a trillion dollars to the North American economy instead.
With 230 shares of Canada Goose, PETA increased its stock portfolio, which is built on pushing companies to rethink their use of animals.