Nelson Wang

Nelson Wang edits the technology 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

Nvidia Stops Issuing Full-Year Guidance: How Worried Should Investors Be?

Nvidia Stops Issuing Full-Year Guidance: How Worried Should Investors Be?

The chipmaker posted a healthy quarter but now is declining to offer longer-term guidance to investors.

Alibaba Downplays Impact of U.S. China Trade War as It Reports Robust Results

Alibaba Downplays Impact of U.S. China Trade War as It Reports Robust Results

The trade tensions will actually help accelerate some trends working in its favor, executives said on a quarterly earnings call.

Apple Loses Supreme Court Case on App Store Antitrust Claims

Apple Loses Supreme Court Case on App Store Antitrust Claims

The ruling on Monday allows a class action suit to proceed, but didn't offer an opinion on whether Apple's actions were illegal.

Facebook's Billion-Dollar FTC Fine: How Worried Should Investors Be?

Facebook's Billion-Dollar FTC Fine: How Worried Should Investors Be?

Facebook is putting aside $3 billion to pay an expected penalty to the Federal Trade Commission, and says the penalty could run as high as $5 billion. But the figure is not as bad as it seems.

Apple's Tim Cook: 'Technology Needs to Be Regulated'

Apple's Tim Cook: 'Technology Needs to Be Regulated'

The CEO is one of a growing number of people both inside and outside the tech sector calling for more federal oversight.

Elon Musk: All Tesla Cars Produced Now Are Capable of Full Self-Driving

Elon Musk: All Tesla Cars Produced Now Are Capable of Full Self-Driving

Tesla's CEO and other executives described the EV maker's progress with self-driving technology at the company's Investor Day.

Qualcomm Jumps After Settling Long-Running Royalty Dispute With Apple

Qualcomm Jumps After Settling Long-Running Royalty Dispute With Apple

The two tech giants agree to a six-year licensing agreement beginning on April 1.

Apple and Qualcomm Settle Long-Running Royalty Dispute; Qualcomm Surges

Apple and Qualcomm Settle Long-Running Royalty Dispute; Qualcomm Surges

The two tech giants agreed to a six-year licensing agreement beginning on April 1.

Facebook's Zuckerberg Reportedly Weighed Selling User Data to Developers

Facebook's Zuckerberg Reportedly Weighed Selling User Data to Developers

The new documents come out of a court case involving Facebook and an app developer that were leaked to an investigative journalist and reviewed by NBC News.

Disney Pricing vs. Netflix Might Not Be as Big an Advantage as Some Think

Disney Pricing vs. Netflix Might Not Be as Big an Advantage as Some Think

Stifel analysts called the recent dip in Netflix's stock 'overdone' because of Disney's unveiling of its planned offering and reiterated their buy rating and price target on Netflix.