James Rubin

Rubin is a freelance editor and writer for TheStreet. He earned a Masters Degree in Journalism from Columbia University.

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LinkedIn Launches News Feed, Amazon Counters Counterfeiters, Robots Make Deliveries -- Tech Roundup

LinkedIn Launches News Feed, Amazon Counters Counterfeiters, Robots Make Deliveries -- Tech Roundup

LinkedIn is intent on holding its users' attention for longer timespans. Amazon will expand a program to prevent the sale of cheap, counterfeit products.

Jim Cramer: Latest, Weak Earnings Is No Reason to Abandon General Mills

Jim Cramer: Latest, Weak Earnings Is No Reason to Abandon General Mills

The packaged food manufacturer famous for Cheerios, Chex and Yoplait offers a strong yield.

Jim Cramer Has Faith GE's Immelt Can Cut Costs

Jim Cramer Has Faith GE's Immelt Can Cut Costs

Activist investor Nelston Peltz has been scrutinizing the iconic, industrial manufacturer more closely after its last disappointing earnings.

Cisco Finds Vulnerability, VR at March Madness, Improving Health Care in Africa -- Tech Roundup

Cisco Finds Vulnerability, VR at March Madness, Improving Health Care in Africa -- Tech Roundup

Cisco Systems issued an advisory that it had found a vulnerability in more than 300 models of its switches. A new app aims to improve health care services in Africa.

YouTube Faces Backlash From LGBTQ Community; eBay Announces 3-Day Delivery -- Tech Roundup

YouTube Faces Backlash From LGBTQ Community; eBay Announces 3-Day Delivery -- Tech Roundup

High-profile vloggers accused YouTube of making LGBTQ content less accessible by placing it behind a restricted mode filter.

Hackers Infiltrate High-Profile Twitter Accounts; Slack Favors Diversity for Board -- Tech Roundup

Hackers Infiltrate High-Profile Twitter Accounts; Slack Favors Diversity for Board -- Tech Roundup

The hacking involved accounts belonging to such esteemed organizations as Amnesty International and Forbes and to the entertainer Justin Bieber.

Apple Increases Its China Presence; Amazon's Latest Foray Into Fashion -- Tech Roundup

Apple Increases Its China Presence; Amazon's Latest Foray Into Fashion -- Tech Roundup

Apple will spend more than $500 million on investments related to its research in China as it attempts to create new momentum in the key country.

Jim Cramer Calls Mulesoft 'a Winner,' Has Praise for Soaring Adobe

Jim Cramer Calls Mulesoft 'a Winner,' Has Praise for Soaring Adobe

Many technology observers consider Mulesoft a better barometer of the early 2017 IPO market than Snap; Adobe's shares were on the rise after it beat analysts' earnings expectations.

Jim Cramer Looks for Starbucks to Fix Itself and Rebound

Jim Cramer Looks for Starbucks to Fix Itself and Rebound

The coffee chain has been struggling lately, but Cramer has faith in management to address delays in handling orders from its mobile pay system.

Magazine Spotlights Tech Gender Discrimination; Nvidia Announces Partnerships -- Tech Roundup

Magazine Spotlights Tech Gender Discrimination; Nvidia Announces Partnerships -- Tech Roundup

'Why is Silicon Valley So Awful to Women' considers why Silicon Valley continues to treat women unfairly, but also a few of the small pockets of improvement.