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. from Hampshire College and an M.A. from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
Storms aren't the only way weather affects companies. Founder Joel Myers tells CNBC how AccuWeather makes a business predicting weather for business.
Typically after a mass shooting, searches on Google for "gun control" spike and then fall in the following days. That's not happening this time.
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National anthem protests and Trump's comments about the NFL could hurt Super Bowl ratings, according to two surveys commissioned by CNBC.
Walmart is abruptly closing more than 60 of its Sam's Club locations across the country.
When you know something no one else does, you can make money on that. Quandl's Tammer Kamel breaks down buying and selling alternative data.
Tammer Kamel's company Quandl unearths previously undiscovered but useful proprietary data sets, and then sells them to hedge funds who can reap huge returns on them.
The company Quandl unearths and then sells proprietary data sets to hedge funds for huge sums of money.
Rates of e-commerce fraud have stabilized after spiking over the past few years, according to fraud prevention company Forter.