Amy DiPierro

Amy DiPierro is a 2015 Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting intern working at TheStreet.com. Previously, she wrote for WHYY-News in Philadelphia and was a reporter at War News Radio. Follow her on Twitter: @amydipierro.

Recent Articles By The Author

10 Recent Food Recalls You Should Know About

10 Recent Food Recalls You Should Know About

Niagara Bottling's recall of its bottled water products is this year's latest food scare, but food safety experts say consumers shouldn't be unduly worried.

Barry Diller Hopes Tinder Will Find Some Love With Shareholders

Barry Diller Hopes Tinder Will Find Some Love With Shareholders

IAC/InterActive stock was climbing Thursday as Barry Diller said he's ready to spin-off Match Group, which includes dating sites Match.com and Tinder.

E-Cigarette Fears Spur Hawaii to Raise Smoking Age

E-Cigarette Fears Spur Hawaii to Raise Smoking Age

If other states follow Hawaii's move, it could hurt big cigarette makers such as Altria and Reynolds American.

General Mills, Kellogg's Battle to Reclaim Breakfast Tables

General Mills, Kellogg's Battle to Reclaim Breakfast Tables

The trend towards healthier eating has taken a big bite out of business for the likes of General Mills and Kellogg.

Taylor Swift: Singer, Apple Vanquisher and (Surprise!) Real Estate Mogul

Taylor Swift: Singer, Apple Vanquisher and (Surprise!) Real Estate Mogul

Move over, Donald Trump. The young musical superstar is a serious businesswoman too, and her real estate portfolio is growing steadily.

Dads Who Give Their Kids the Family Business, Even When It's a Huge Business

Dads Who Give Their Kids the Family Business, Even When It's a Huge Business

For dads in the business world, trusting their children has meant a lot more than just tossing them the keys to the family car.

Why Arianna Huffington May Actually Like Working for the Phone Company

Why Arianna Huffington May Actually Like Working for the Phone Company

Huffington Post and its namesake Arianna Huffington may find that life at Verizon is pure paradise.

6 Popular Products That Are Giving You Less for Your Money

6 Popular Products That Are Giving You Less for Your Money

Giving less product for the same price is a tried-and-true tactic consumer products companies use to subtly charge more. See which products have recently been downsized, 'de-sheeted' and depleted.

Gap CEO Discusses Turnaround, Says Store Closures Were 'Overdue'

Gap CEO Discusses Turnaround, Says Store Closures Were 'Overdue'

Gap is hoping its plan to close 175 underperforming stores can can ultimately reinvigorate the sales of products for its namesake brand.

Here's One Thing LinkedIn Needs to Grow

Here's One Thing LinkedIn Needs to Grow

The tech company has matured beyond being a professional-centric, social network for the shirt-and-tie crowd. Now it wants to be the place professionals go for targeted news and ads.