Dun & Bradstreet (DNB) is one of the oldest publicly-traded companies on the NYSE, but while it has a storied history, it is not resting on its laurels. CEO Bob Carrigan says, 'We're really proud of our heritage, but we're really focused on the next 175 years. It's such an exciting time that we're in with data and technology, and we want to keep our eyes forward.' The company, which has been collecting business data for nearly 200 years, sees big opportunities with helping today's businesses make sense of all the data they are collecting. Carrigan says, 'If you can find the right analytics to be able to read those tea leaves and understand those and interpret them, it's very powerful and so many companies are embracing them.' As for whether the uncertainty around the outcome of the presidential election in the United States is keeping companies from investing in technology, Carrigan says, 'Everybody wants to grow. Folks are trying to find ways to leverage data and technology to help their businesses grow and that has nothing to do with the elections.' TheStreet's Rhonda Schaffler has details from the NYSE.