Ruben Ramirez

Ruben Ramirez is the Head of Video at The Street, where he oversees video content at TheStreet.com, MainStreet.com and TheDeal.com. Ruben was previously a correspondent and National Assignment Editor for PBS' Nightly Business Report (NBR). Before joining NBR, he was a reporter and producer at Reuters Television covering business and financial news around the world and played a key role in the coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Prior to joining Reuters, Ruben was a producer at CNN and CNN Financial News, where he was part of the network`s Emmy-Award winning coverage of 9/11. Ruben began his career at ABC News in New York working for Good Morning America and World News Tonight Weekend.

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Ford Pushes Ahead With Self-Driving Car Development, Expands Silicon Valley Presence

Ford Pushes Ahead With Self-Driving Car Development, Expands Silicon Valley Presence

Ford Motor along with Baidu, the Chinese search engine, are making a combined $150 million dollar investment in a company called Velodyne.

Tennis Legend Billie Jean King Wants to Make the Sport More Like Basketball

Tennis Legend Billie Jean King Wants to Make the Sport More Like Basketball

Tennis icon Billie Jean King co-founded World Team Tennis (WTT) in 1974 and the organization's intent resonates more today than ever before with tennis fans.

Amazon Tops Wall Street Forecasts, Delivers Q3 Sales Guidance

Amazon Tops Wall Street Forecasts, Delivers Q3 Sales Guidance

Shares of Amazon are higher Thursday evening after the company reported second quarter results that handily beat Wall Street forecasts.

Ford Sounds Caution Bell in Latest Quarterly Report

Ford Sounds Caution Bell in Latest Quarterly Report

Shares of Ford motor losing some ground in Thursday's session after the automaker posted mixed second quarter results.

Intel Shares Lose Ground After Q2 Report, Posts $1.4B Restructuring Charge

Intel Shares Lose Ground After Q2 Report, Posts $1.4B Restructuring Charge

Intel reported second quarter results which beat on the bottom line, but missed on the top line.