Jennifer Van Grove

 


Jennifer Van Grove is a technology reporter with more than six years experience. She covers Internet companies including Apple, Facebook, and Twitter for TheStreet. Previously, Jennifer led coverage on social media news for CNET, was a writer at VentureBeat, and a senior reporter for Mashable. She has years of experience reporting on startups, industry trends, breaking technology news stories, business news, social media services, and digital brand campaigns. Jennifer also has experience in television, having introduced social media reporting to the NBC San Diego newsroom. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Recent Articles By The Author

Google Executives Look to Quash Criticism That Mobile Is the Problem

Google Executives Look to Quash Criticism That Mobile Is the Problem

On the first-quarter earnings call, management set out to quiet chatter that Google is struggling to keep up with consumers' shift to mobile devices.

Google Earnings Live Blog: How Is Mobile Affecting Search Revenue?

Google Earnings Live Blog: How Is Mobile Affecting Search Revenue?

Analysts will be watching paid click growth and looking for signs that the company is doing a better job monetizing mobile.

3 Biggest Takeaways From Facebook's Solid First Quarter

3 Biggest Takeaways From Facebook's Solid First Quarter

Mobile sales kept Facebook afloat during a quarter that was hampered by the strength of the U.S. dollar. The prospect of revenue from video ads, meanwhile, remains murky.

Facebook Earnings Live Blog: Mobile Is Great But Can Video Drive Future Revenue Growth?

Facebook Earnings Live Blog: Mobile Is Great But Can Video Drive Future Revenue Growth?

The social network's burgeoning mobile advertising business is expected to show continued strength and uplift first-quarter results.

Will Google's Quarter Be Strong Enough to Shake Off Antitrust Concerns?

Will Google's Quarter Be Strong Enough to Shake Off Antitrust Concerns?

The EU's antitrust investigation will be a key topic of interest when Google reports first-quarter results.

Facebook Is Removing Junk From News Feed -- at the Expense of Marketers, Publishers

Facebook Is Removing Junk From News Feed -- at the Expense of Marketers, Publishers

Facebook is tweaking its News Feed with the goal of selecting the very best content for its users, but the changes could present new challenges for marketers.

Facebook Quarterly Earnings Report: Top 3 Things to Watch For

Facebook Quarterly Earnings Report: Top 3 Things to Watch For

The social network heads into its first-quarter report with a strong advertising business that is expected to produce solid sales.

Twitter Changes the Rules to Make Private Messaging More Inclusive

Twitter Changes the Rules to Make Private Messaging More Inclusive

The company looks to raise its profile in the highly competitive messaging market with changes designed to spark private conversations.

Why Apple May Be Targeting Canada for Its Next Apple Pay Launch

Why Apple May Be Targeting Canada for Its Next Apple Pay Launch

When it comes to mobile payments, Canada has two big advantages working in its favor.

Here's One Giant Reason Why YouTube May Not Be Profitable

Here's One Giant Reason Why YouTube May Not Be Profitable

Nearly a third of YouTube viewers use ad-blocking software, which could explain why the company is having a hard time turning a profit.