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.
A new report from eVestment shows that while the biggest tech names still dominate, fund managers are shying away from smaller tech stocks.
Hurricanes that cause big damage have a second life: In the earnings calls of big companies in the quarters following the storm.
It's not just the three credit-reporting companies. There are hundreds of smaller, more specialized companies that store data on consumers' behavior.
Hurricane forecasts from the National Weather Service have improved thanks to a multimillion-dollar investment following Hurricane Sandy.
Anthony Bruce of Applied Predictive Technologies reveals how he helped Wawa and McDonald's optimize their menus.
Washington's lack of movement on tax reform and health-care policy has corporate executives worried.
Options trading suggests Snap shares will move 17 percent in either direction following the company's earnings report Thursday.
Snapchat's parent, which reports earnings Thursday afternoon, has way too many analysts covering the company relative to its size.
Artificial intelligence from Conversica helps sales teams focus on the leads that will pay off and can increase overall team efficiency.
Research from Ball State University found that half of American jobs are at risk for automation and one-quarter could be offshored in the coming years.