Anders Keitz is a reporter for TheStreet covering energy and industrials as well as corporate governance topics. Prior to joining TheStreet, Keitz studied at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism with a concentration in business and economics. She had previously worked as a local television news producer in western Massachusetts. In 2013, Keitz received a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University.
Recent Articles By The Author
FedEx, UPS Prefer Free Trade, but Will Adjust to Trump Tariff Policies
Even though UPS and FedEx advocate for lower trade barriers and free trade policies, the revenues from China are relatively small.
FedEx Falls on Earnings Miss
The Memphis, Tenn.-based package delivery company reported adjusted earnings of $3.46 per share on revenue of $17.18 billion.
DowDuPont CEO Edward Breen to Become Executive Chair at New DuPont
DowDuPont Chief Executive Officer Edward Breen will assume the executive chairman role of the specialty products business, following the company's separation into three companies.
UPS Falls on Transformation Actions, Even Though Earnings Expected to Rise
The Atlanta-based package delivery company expects adjusted earnings per share to increase by $1 to $1.20 by 2022.
UPS Plans to Hire 100,000 Temporary Workers for the Holiday Season
The Atlanta-based package delivery company is gearing up for the peak season.
FedEx Boosts U.S. Deliveries to Six Days a Week as E-Commerce Grows
The package delivery company will add a sixth day to its ground operations.
General Motors Slips on 'Murky' Path Forward for Earnings
Goldman reinstated GM with a Neutral rating and $36 price target.
Ford Drives Higher After Refuting the President on Building Focus Active in U.S.
Ford says it will not build the Focus Active in the U.S. due to the negative financial impact of tariffs on vehicles imported from China.
Buy UPS's Transformation, Goldman Says
Analyst Matt Reustle expects the package delivery company to quantify cost savings opportunities and the path to margin expansion at an event this week.
GE Maintains Quarterly Dividend Despite Analysts' Calls to Cut It
GE's board authorized a 12-cent per share quarterly dividend.