Scott Eden

Scott Eden is a former reporter at TheStreet. Prior to joining, he worked as a features reporter for Dealmaker and Trader Monthly magazines. Before that, he wrote for the Chicago Reader, that city's weekly paper. Early in his career, he was a staff reporter at the Dow Jones News Service. His reporting has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Men's Journal, the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, and the Believer magazine, among other publications. He's also the author of Touchdown Jesus (Simon & Schuster, 2005), a nonfiction book about Notre Dame football fans and the business and politics of big-time college sports. He has degrees from Notre Dame and Washington University in St. Louis.

Recent Articles By The Author

China Stock 'Halt Parade' Hits A-Power

A-Power Energy joins the China stock trend. First, its auditor resigns then the exchange halts trading of company's shares.

Icahn Calls Oshkosh Cheap

Carl Icahn amasses a 9.5% stake in truckmaker Oshkosh

Monsanto's SEC Probe Adds to Scrutiny

More regulatory scrutiny, this time from the SEC, descends on the controversial seed producer Monsanto.

Monsanto CEO Sees Rescue in Latest Results

Monsanto boss Hugh Grant trumpets a turnaround with the company's latest third-quarter results.

China-Biotics Auditor Quits, Alleges 'Illegal Acts'

The auditor of another Chinese reverse-merger company claims to have found evidence of an elaborate ruse to defraud investors.