Anders Keitz

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

Boeing Flies as UBS Sees 50% Upside

Boeing Flies as UBS Sees 50% Upside

UBS set its price target at $515 and issued a Buy rating on the stock.

Nomura Cuts Ford Profit Targets Because of Aging Models, China Tariffs

Nomura Cuts Ford Profit Targets Because of Aging Models, China Tariffs

Nomura analysts cut its price target from $10 to $9 a share.

Nucor's Chairman DiMicco Stands With Trump on Trade, Benefits From Protection

Nucor's Chairman DiMicco Stands With Trump on Trade, Benefits From Protection

Nucor Corp. Chairman Emeritus Dan DiMicco worked with Donald Trump's economic and trade team to help develop a four-prong strategy to boost America's productivity.

Alcoa Requests Exemption as Tariffs Outweigh Positive Macro Environment

Alcoa Requests Exemption as Tariffs Outweigh Positive Macro Environment

The largest U.S. aluminum producer wants to be relieved of tariffs the Trump administration put in place to bolster metal production.

Ford's Dividend Looks 'Increasing Fragile,' Analyst Says

Ford's Dividend Looks 'Increasing Fragile,' Analyst Says

Berenberg analyst Alexander Haissl cut his 2019 quarterly dividend expectations by a third to 10 cents per share.

Lauren Simmons, 23-Year-Old NYSE Stockbroker, Discusses Financial Literacy

Lauren Simmons, 23-Year-Old NYSE Stockbroker, Discusses Financial Literacy

Lauren Simmons is the youngest woman to be a full-time stockbroker for the New York Stock Exchange.

GE Engineer With Ties to China Accused of Stealing Power Plant Technology

GE Engineer With Ties to China Accused of Stealing Power Plant Technology

Xiaoqing Zheng allegedly stole data files containing GE's trade secret information involving turbine technology, according to the FBI.

Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan on Design Changes in the Workplace

Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan on Design Changes in the Workplace

Cogan told TheStreet the biggest change in the workplace is how people are working as companies shift to a more collaborative work environment.

Knoll Profits on Corporate Growth, Dismisses Tariff Concerns

Knoll Profits on Corporate Growth, Dismisses Tariff Concerns

Cogan told TheStreet that he's not too worried about a slowdown in the housing market or the threat of more tariffs.

LendingTree CEO Focused on App and Digitized Mortgage Experience

LendingTree CEO Focused on App and Digitized Mortgage Experience

CEO Doug Lebda said optimizing the My LendingTree app and digitizing its mortgage experience are the company's top priorities.