Susan J. Aluise

Susan J. Aluise

About Susan J. Aluise

Susan J. Aluise is president and executive editor of National News Syndicate, a Washington, D.C.-based news organization focused on global business, national security, information technology, transportation and financial services. Prior to forming the company in January 1996, she spent a decade at Potomac, Md.-based Phillips Business Information — the last six years as editorial director. She has launched 31 subscription-based news publications and websites in the Aviation, Financial Services, Defense, Information Technology and Telecom industries, including Aviation Today, World Airport Week, Credit Risk Management Report and Electronic Commerce Insider. In a journalism career spanning more than 30 years, Susan has covered six U.S. presidents and 15 Congresses for a variety of U.S. and global news organizations. She also has covered several international political and economic summits and was honored by a national journalism foundation for excellence in news and analysis following the 9/11 terror attacks.

Recent Articles

JCPenney: Is JCP Stock a Buy Before Earnings?

JCPenney’s business model and leadership have sustained seismic shocks over the past five years. Can JCP stock turn it around?

New Oil Train Safety Fears Could Derail Railroad Stocks

Railroad stocks are holding up well in the aftermath of a massive derailment of a CSX train in West Virginia, but growing protests over the risks of transporting shale oil by rail is certain to weigh on the sector.

CMG Stock: Is Chipotle Stock a Buy After Earnings? 3 Pros, 3 Cons

For investors looking at Chipotle, the big question is whether it's time to dine or dash. Here are three pros and three cons for CMG stock:

Airline Stocks: 2 to Book, 2 to Bump

Although airline stocks have been on a tear and have very attractive valuations now, some stocks are better than others.

Mattel vs. Hasbro: Which Company Boasts the Best Toy Story?

Toy manufacturers like Mattel (NYSE:MAT) and Hasbro (NYSE:HAS) are scrambling to protect and grow their lines of business.