Katherine Ross is TheStreet's breaking news reporter. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence where she focused on journalism.
She's previously worked with inmates at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, was ValuePenguin's Editorial Associate, and freelanced for a variety of sites.
She focuses on the general market. Her work has appeared on CBS Moneywatch, and MarketWatch, among others.
Find her on Twitter @KatherineRooss.
Recent Articles By The Author
It's Still Netflix and Chill on Wall Street
Netflix is still sinking and Helios and Matheson is...rebounding?
Tuesday Turnaround: Model 3's Profitable, Netflix Sinks and Goldman's Got Beats
Tesla's Model 3 earns money, Netflix is still getting slammed in the market and the new Goldman CEO has a side gig.
Nasdaq Hits Intraday High Despite Netflix's Whiff
Nasdaq hits an intraday high despite Netflix's shortfall on earnings.
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UnitedHealth reported earnings Tuesday morning, but analysts weren't convinced by the company's quarterly returns.
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Jerome Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, is testifying in front of the Senate.
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Amazon's Prime day is upon us, but its website is facing some embarrassing problems.
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Nomura analyst notes that a $2 billion revolving credit line was overlooked after China ordered Micron to stop selling certain products.
Market Madness: Amazon's Turning Dog Lovers Into Cat Lovers
The market may be down, but the banks aren't and Amazon is stressing people out.
Tesla's Elon Musk Must Realize He Can't Do It All: Dumbest Thing on Wall Street
Can Elon Musk really run three companies and do philanthropic work? The answer is probably not, at least effectively.
Microsoft's Growing Public Cloud Is Exciting: Morgan Stanley
Chief investment officers look positively on the growing public cloud offerings from Microsoft, says a note from Morgan Stanley.