Ross Snel

Ross Snel edits articles from TheStreet's outside contributors.

Snel previously worked on the Web site's copy desk, as its weekend editor and as a reporter, covering airlines and casino companies. Before joining TheStreet in October 2004, he reported on Internet companies and the bond markets for Dow Jones Newswires and on banking technology for The American Banker. Snel has a B.A. in Asian studies and an M.S. in journalism, both from Columbia University.

Recent Articles By The Author

Tax Gain's Good to Priceline

The company's third-quarter earnings before items top estimates.

Airlines Garner More Acclaim

Another Wall Street analyst sees good things for the carriers.

Delta Goes After More Givebacks

The carrier asks the bankruptcy court to end its pilots' contract if the sides can't reach a deal.

Machinists Throw Strike Two to Boeing

The newest action sees about 1,500 workers walk off the job.

Restructuring Costs Hit UAL

Restructuring Costs Hit UAL

The airline company loses $1.77 billion in the third quarter.

AMR Upgrade Gives Airlines a Boost

Lehman Brothers makes positive comments on the parent of American Airlines.

Delta's Song Nearly Over

The bankrupt carrier will blend its discount airline into its normal operations.

Loss Worsens for Northwest

Expensive fuel and bankruptcy costs punish the airline.

Illinois Lawmakers Tire of Casinos

The state House passes a bill to ban riverboat gambling, but it's seen as unlikely to succeed.

Penn National's Winning Hand

The casino company's solid guidance allows it to avoid a sector selloff.