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.
U.S. stock futures are down modestly after the U.S. increases tariffs on China-made goods; Uber's IPO is priced at $45 a share, near the bottom of the expected range; Viacom and Marriott report earnings; Symantec plunges after CEO steps down.
Stamps.com tanks after it says it expects full-year earnings of between $3.35 and $4.85 a share, well below its previous guidance and analysts' forecasts.
Edgewell Personal Care reaches a deal to buy shaving startup Harry's for $1.37 billion in cash and stock.
U.S. stock futures fall sharply as investors brace for the biggest escalation to date in the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China; Walt Disney's fiscal second-quarter earnings and revenue beat Wall Street forecasts; Uber's IPO reportedly is likely to be priced at the midpoint of its target range.
The pizza chain swings to a loss in the first quarter but adjusted profit tops forecasts.
U.S. stock futures are falling as investors hold onto hopes that this week's talks in Washington will salvage months of negotiations on trade between the U.S. and China; Lyft posts $1.1 billion quarterly loss; Walt Disney to report earnings; Electronic Arts surges as 'Apex Legends' helps drive gains.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance is hacked and more than $40 million of bitcoin is stolen.
U.S. stock futures slump as investors focus on trade talks later this week between Washington and Beijing; Lyft will issue its first earnings report as a public company on Tuesday; Anadarko says it favors Occidental's takeover bid over Chevron's offer.
SeaWorld Entertainment posts a first-quarter loss of 44 cents a share, narrower than forecasts that called for a loss of 63 cents.
U.S. stock futures fall sharply after Donald Trump, in a surprise move, says tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods would rise to 25% from 10% by Friday, just days after saying negotiations were 'going very well' between the world's two biggest economies; Occidental Petroleum revises its $57 billion offer to buy Anadarko Petroleum, adding more cash to its offer as it tries to push aside Chevron in a bidding war.
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