Jennifer Tekneci

Jennifer Tekneci is a senior reporter covering the financial services industry, which includes banking, insurance, and financial technology. She joined The Deal from Mergermarket, previously part of the Financial Times Group, where she also covered the FIG beat from 2011 to 2015. She started her career in financial journalism at Barron’s, part of Dow Jones & Co.

Recent Articles By The Author

LendingClub Stock Sinks Further as CEO's Departure Casts a Pall

LendingClub Stock Sinks Further as CEO's Departure Casts a Pall

While loan-origination growth of 7% outpaced 4% gains at Square and a drop of 15% at Prosper, the lack of a forecast suggests investors should be cautious, analysts say.

Cramer Cautions That Dorsey Is Overextending Himself at Square, Twitter

Cramer Cautions That Dorsey Is Overextending Himself at Square, Twitter

If both Twitter and Square were doing well, it may be a different story for Dorsey, who is founder and CEO of both companies.

Cramer Worries Square Could Turn Into On Deck or LendingClub

Cramer Worries Square Could Turn Into On Deck or LendingClub

The payments technology company may need to step up its game.

Jim Cramer Says Fitbit's Communication With Wall Street Is a Problem

Jim Cramer Says Fitbit's Communication With Wall Street Is a Problem

The gadget-maker may have a fan in Jim Cramer, but the company does not seem to get how Wall Street works.

Cramer: Time to Buy Citi

Cramer: Time to Buy Citi

As shares trade at a huge discount to tangible book, there couldn't be a better time to invest in the New York bank.

Jim Cramer: Analysts on Wall St. Are Too Old for PayPal

Jim Cramer: Analysts on Wall St. Are Too Old for PayPal

Cramer called the financial technology player a game-changer.

Capital One Financial Shares Drop as Fears Mount

Capital One Financial Shares Drop as Fears Mount

Capital One shares are down 3% following its first-quarter earnings announcement.

Capital One Misses Estimates After Boosting Loss Reserves 63%

Capital One Misses Estimates After Boosting Loss Reserves 63%

The Virginia bank reported earnings of $1.84 a share on revenues on $6.2 billion for 1Q16.

Former GE Unit Synchrony Pops Amid Credit-Card Users' Shopping Spree

Former GE Unit Synchrony Pops Amid Credit-Card Users' Shopping Spree

One of the biggest takeaways from Synchrony's first quarter is the general health of consumer spending, a key driver of the U.S. economy.

Zions Misses Estimates Despite Strong Interest Income

Zions Misses Estimates Despite Strong Interest Income

The Salt Lake City bank reported EPS of $.38.