Ian Wenik is a reporter for TheStreet and The Deal, covering energy, industrials and corporate bankruptcy. He previously reported for Newsday, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and Philadelphia Magazine. He attended the University of Pennsylvania and the Columbia Journalism School.
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Recent Articles By The Author
A Rise in Saudi Production Sends Oil Tumbling
Saudi Arabia reported to OPEC that its oil production creeped over 10 million barrels a day.
Sunrun, Solar Energy Provider, Raises Expectations for 2017 Sales
The residential solar company said after the market closed Wednesday that it expects to post 325 megawatts of bookings in 2017.
Caterpillar (CAT) Stock Drops after New York Times Report Details Tax Fraud Allegations
The multinational machinery company is being investigated for transactions carried out by its Swiss affiliate.
Wind Power Capacity Breezes Past Hydroelectric Capacity
A friendly regulatory environment gives wind a chance to grow even further.
Why Investors Shouldn't Get Too Worked Up About Caterpillar's Recent Probe
Analysts are nonplussed by the raid carried out at the machinery company's headquarters by law enforcement.
Kelcy Warren's Investment, California Cancer Treatment Center, Files for Chapter 11
Three facilities backed by Advanced Particle Therapy have been in bankruptcy since 2015.
ExxonMobil Tells Analysts It Plans on Raising Capex Spending
The oil and gas giant says it will spend $22 billion this year, a near 16% year-over-year increase.
Laureate Education's (LAUR) Underwhelming IPO Hasn't Scared Away Wall Street
Analysts see the for-profit educator as an attractive company thanks to its scale in Latin America.
Hertz (HTZ) Spikes Despite Reporting Weak Earnings and Issuing No 2017 Guidance
The rental car company is headed into a transition year as its new management wrangles with an aging fleet of vehicles.
FirstEnergy Is Not Long For Nuclear Power
The utility company intends to exit the competitive power-generation business by mid-2018.