Andrew Meola joined TheStreet in January 2014 from The Hudson Valley Reporter, where he worked as the sports editor for Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess Counties. He previously worked at The Daily Voice, where he covered local news and sports in Westchester County. He is a proud graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School and is an avid New York sports fan and pop culture consumer. He once worked at a Steak-n-Shake for six hours.
Shares of Entergy (ETR) were up in morning trading Thursday after chairman and CEO Leo Denault appeared on Jim Cramer's Mad Money show on CNBC.
Shares of nTelos Holdings (NTLS) closed higher by 30.32% to $8.08 after the Financial Times' "Alphaville" section reported that the wireless telecommunications company could be a takeover target.
Shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA) were flat in afternoon trading Wednesday after a report that the company could introduce semiautonomous car passing features.
Shares of One Horizon Group (OHGI) skyrocketed in early afternoon trading Wednesday after the technology company announced that Aishuo exceeded its two-month target with more than 3 million downloads.
Shares of ResMed (RMD) plunged in late morning trading Wednesday after company provided an update on its Phase III study of SERVE-HF.
Shares of Vipshop Holdings (VIPS) were up in morning trading Wednesday after the Chinese online discount retailer responded to allegations by some short sellers.
Shares of IBM were up in pre-market trading Wednesday after CFO Martin Schroeter appeared on Jim Cramer's Mad Money show on CNBC on Tuesday night.
Shares of Internet-based entertainment marketing platform Viggle (VGGL) were down in morning trading Tuesday as investors took profits following Monday's surge.
Shares of National Bank of Greece (NBG) closed lower by 3.4% to $1.42 on Monday after the European nation's creditors met in Brussels.
Shares of United States Steel (X) were up in afternoon trading Monday after Bank of America/Merrill Lynch issued a bullish note on peer company AK Steel.
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