Adam Smith

Adam Smith is a former writer and copy editor for a Financial Times company news service, Mergermarket.com, and the Boston Herald. He's also freelanced from the United States and Japan for About.comBostInno.com, the Improper Bostonian and other media.

Recent Articles By The Author

Trump Administration to Make Tariff Delay Until March 1 Official: Report

Trump Administration to Make Tariff Delay Until March 1 Official: Report

Move had been agreed at meeting with China leader Xi during G-20 summit.

Boy Scouts Reportedly Eyeing Bankruptcy

Boy Scouts Reportedly Eyeing Bankruptcy

Scandals and lawsuits have weighed on the group, says a report.

Oxford Industries Gets Dressed Down on Weak Outlook

Oxford Industries Gets Dressed Down on Weak Outlook

The maker of Tommy Bahama declines after earnings miss expectations and revenue drops.

Huawei CFO's Bail Case Reportedly Moves to Day 3 on Tuesday

Huawei CFO's Bail Case Reportedly Moves to Day 3 on Tuesday

A Canadian justice pushes hearings for Meng Wanzhou's bail to another day.

Nearly 1 in 8 Jobs Added in November in Retail, Says Report

Nearly 1 in 8 Jobs Added in November in Retail, Says Report

Merchants couldn't find enough help to fill spots

Online Holiday Sales Hit $80.3 Billion, Says Adobe Analytics

Online Holiday Sales Hit $80.3 Billion, Says Adobe Analytics

Total e-commerce sales for holiday shopping have hit $80.3 billion from Nov. 1 through Dec. 6, nearly 19% year-over-year growth from 2017, according to newly released data from Adobe Analytics.

Biotech Moderna Slides in Its Trading Debut

Biotech Moderna Slides in Its Trading Debut

Drug developing startup Moderna Inc. raises $604.3 million for an initial public offering running up to its expected Nasdaq debut Friday.

At Home Group Hammered After Earnings Report

At Home Group Hammered After Earnings Report

At Home Group Inc. saw shares plummet by afternoon on Thursday, following the release of its quarterly earnings.

New York City Imposes Minimum Pay Regulations for Uber and Lyft Drivers

New York City Imposes Minimum Pay Regulations for Uber and Lyft Drivers

The tens of thousands of drivers braving New York City streets for Uber, Lyft, Juno and other similar taxi services are getting a big raise -- around $10,000 a year on average, according to the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission.

FedEx, UPS Fall as Morgan Stanley Says They Face Risks From Amazon Air

FedEx, UPS Fall as Morgan Stanley Says They Face Risks From Amazon Air

Morgan Stanley analyst says FedEx and UPS face risk from Amazon's jet shipping program build-out.