Nelson Wang

Nelson Wang edits the technology and health care stocks coverage at TheStreet. Prior to TheStreet, he was the business and personal finance editor for Yahoo!'s home page, and he's also worked as an editor at Condé Nast Portfolio, CBS MoneyWatch, Internet World and aMedia. Nelson has a bachelor's degree in Social Studies from Harvard College. 

Recent Articles By The Author

Intel vs. AMD: Which Chipmaker's Stock Is a Better Bet This Year?

Intel vs. AMD: Which Chipmaker's Stock Is a Better Bet This Year?

Both companies have some distinct strengths and weaknesses in their product line-ups for 2019.

Micron Confirms It's Buying Out Intel in Flash Memory Joint Venture

Micron Confirms It's Buying Out Intel in Flash Memory Joint Venture

Micron will pay $1.5 billion to acquire Intel's 49% stake in IM Flash Technologies.

Netflix Raising U.S. Plan Prices by 13% to 18%, Its Largest Increase Ever

Netflix Raising U.S. Plan Prices by 13% to 18%, Its Largest Increase Ever

The news was sending Netflix shares sharply higher.

Google Assistant Flexes Its Muscles at CES

Google Assistant Flexes Its Muscles at CES

Google showed off new features and integrations for Assistant at CES that impressed our tech columnist.

Amazon Reportedly Developing Streaming Videogame Service

Amazon Reportedly Developing Streaming Videogame Service

A potential service wouldn't be launched until next year at the earliest, according to The Information.

Qualcomm Calls Tim Cook's Comments on Settlement Talks Misleading

Qualcomm Calls Tim Cook's Comments on Settlement Talks Misleading

The chipmaker says that negotiation discussions have continued and still expects a resolution to their dispute in the near future.

Apple's Stock Has Gotten Very, Very Cheap

Apple's Stock Has Gotten Very, Very Cheap

The tech giant's latest tumble has left it trading it a very inexpensive price.

With iPhone Growth Slowing, What Are Apple's Potential Growth Areas?

With iPhone Growth Slowing, What Are Apple's Potential Growth Areas?

Sooner or later, the tech giant will need to find major new markets to create and dominate.

Warren Buffett's Stake in Apple Declines by $4 Billion

Warren Buffett's Stake in Apple Declines by $4 Billion

The legendary investor is one of the biggest losers from Apple's surprise guidance cut.

Why Roku Could Rebound in 2019

Why Roku Could Rebound in 2019

Shares of the streaming media company got hammered in 2018, but its prospects remain bright.