Nathalie Pierrepont graduated from Columbia University¿s Graduate School of Journalism with a master¿s in business and economic journalism in May. Prior to Columbia, Nathalie worked as analyst in Guggenheim Partners¿ investment advisory business. She is graduate of Brown University.
During Phil Schiller's testimony at the Apple and Samsung trial, the executive referenced Apple potentially making a car.
With the Olympics up and running on the other side of the Atlantic, here's 10 apps reviewed by TheStreet to help make your experience more enjoyable.
Facebook hit new lows after fund managers at Fidelity Investments reportedly sold their stake, while HP climbed after settling an ongoing litigation with Oracle.
Electronic Arts falls after releasing preliminary first quarter earnings and Google climbs.
Micron shares jump with Apple suppliers, while Facebook hit new lows.
Cirrus Logic's first-quarter earnings and confident outlook for the second-quarter sent shares soaring on Monday.
Oracle's shares dipped following its acquisition of virtualization specialist Xsigo.
The Olympics start tonight. Here's five apps reviewed by TheStreet to help make your experience more enjoyable.
The online retailer forecasts an operating loss in the current three-month period but shares are ticking higher in late trades.
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