Janet Morrissey has been working as a reporter for more than 20 years. She's written features, profiles, breaking news, and market-moving stories for such publications as the New York Times, Fortune, Time Magazine and the Wall Street Journal. She also spent 11 years as a staff reporter at Dow Jones Newswires and one year at Crain's Investment News. She is also the author of a book on legendary venture capitalist Fred Adler.
Recent Articles By The Author
It Looks Like New Bitcoin Millionaires Are Avoiding the IRS
Get-rich quick artists and even mainstream investors have been flocking to Bitcoin.
10 High-Yielding Stocks to Own Ahead of a Surprising Late Summer Market Swoon
Investors, antsy about increased volatility in the markets, might look to high dividend yielding REITs to ride out the uncertainty.
Bitcoin's Humongous Returns Are Luring Mainstream Investors: Here's What You Need to Know
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have post astronomical returns year-to-date, capturing mainstream investor interest. Here's a rundown on what you need to know and how to buy them.
U.S. Hotel Execs Warn of Dire Consequences From Trump Plan to Scrap Brand USA Program
Hoteliers says Trump plan to gut Brand USA marketing program will have dire consequences on business travel, tourism, jobs and the economy.
Yes, Tiffany Is Still Being Hurt by Donald Trump but Also by Some Other Challenges
Tiffany continues to be hurt by a variety of global economic factors, not to mention protests related to Donald Trump's U.S. presidential election win.
Trump NYC Protests And Barricades Making Tiffany Investors Nervous
Security around Donald Trump's residence on Fifth Avenue is playing havoc with shoppers trying to visit nearby retailers like Tiffany's. And that has Tiffany investors worried.
Renting Still Cheaper Than Owning in Major U.S. Markets, Despite Low Mortgage Rates
Despite historic-low mortgage rates, it's still cheaper to rent than own in most major U.S. cities, according to a new report.
Video-Gaming ETF on a Roll With No Signs of Booting Down
Teens, Millennials and tech nerds are no longer the only ones obsessing over video games. Investors are piling into a video game ETF to cash in.