Before joining TheStreet.com in August 2008, Woelfel worked as a senior editor at Thomson Financial North America, a division of Thomson Reuters. Prior to that, he was an assignment editor and copy editor at Dow Jones Newswires. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J.
Britain's governing Conservative Party selects Boris Johnson - a strong supporter of the Brexit campaign - as its leader and he will serve as the country's next prime minister.
U.S. stock futures rise ahead of earnings reports from a number of corporate heavyweights and after the White House and congressional negotiators reach a budget deal that will lift the government's debt limit; Coca-Cola, Snap, Visa and Harley-Davidson are among the companies reporting earnings on Tuesday; Apple reportedly is in talks to buy Intel's modem chip business for $1 billion.
U.S. stock futures rise as earnings season ramps up in a week heavy with reports from U.S. tech giants; Earnings reports are expected Monday from Whirlpool and Halliburton; Equifax agrees to pay up to $700 million to settle privacy claims stemming from a 2017 data breach; Walt Disney's 'The Lion King' grosses $185 million over its opening weekend in North America.
U.S. stock futures point to more records for Wall Street as investors continue to expect interest rate support from the Federal Reserve; Donald Trump isn't a fan of cryptocurrencies like Facebook's Libra; the program manager for Boeing's troubled 737 MAX program will retire; Volkswagen will inject $2.6 billion into Ford's self-driving unit, a report says.
U.S. stock futures point higher following dovish testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell; Delta boost outlook; Bed Bath & Beyond issues a gloomy forecast; the U.S. launches a probe of France's proposed digital tax which appears to target U.S. tech giants such as Alphabet and Amazon.com.
Lockheed Martin will keep its Sikorsky helicopter plant in Pennsylvania open after being pressured by Donald Trump to keep the facility operating.
U.S. stock futures fall as investors prep for an appearance from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell before Congress; Levi Strauss slides on indications that sales likely will slow in the second half of the year; T-Mobile will replace Red Hat in the S&P 500; New York hosts ticker tape parade for U.S. women's soccer team.
U.S. stock futures decline as investors continue to reduce bets on a big rate cut from the Federal Reserve and focus on deteriorating economic data and weakening corporate earnings; PepsiCo and Levi Strauss report earnings; Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson's space-tourism venture, plans to go public, a report says; Piper Jaffray reportedly is close to a deal to buy Sandler O'Neill for $485 million in cash and stock.
Neptune Wellness Solutions appoints Michael Cammarata as CEO, replacing Jim Hamilton, who is stepping down after running the cannabis company for four years.
U.S. stock futures are lower as a strong U.S. jobs report pares bets on aggressive near-term interest rate cuts from the Federal Reserve; Germany's Deutsche Bank to cut 18,000 jobs in a massive restructuring; Boeing loses order for MAX jets to rival Airbus; the U.S. wins the Women's World Cup title for a fourth time.
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