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

Japan's Abe Scores Victory, but Not Enough to Change Constitution

Japan's Abe Scores Victory, but Not Enough to Change Constitution

Japan's prime minister sees coalition win, but will not likely have the seats need to change the constitution, according to Japanese media.

American Airlines Again Extends Grounding of MAX Jets

American Airlines Again Extends Grounding of MAX Jets

The world's largest airline is holding the 737 MAX aircraft through Nov. 2, as the Wall Street Journal separately reports grounding of the aircraft could extend into 2020.

Deutsche Bank to Drop Global Equities Business; Expects Big 2Q Loss

Deutsche Bank to Drop Global Equities Business; Expects Big 2Q Loss

Amid an expected net $3.1 billion loss, Deutsche Bank is wiping out 18,000 jobs and dropping its global equities and trading businesses as part of a major 'restructuring' effort.

Pride on Display Today in NYC

Pride on Display Today in NYC

Up to 4 million people are expected to flood New York City in total through July 6 as the 50th annual Heritage of Pride March and Stonewall 50 Rally and WorldPride events merge.

Beijing and Washington Agree on Trade Truce at G-20, But Questions Remain

Beijing and Washington Agree on Trade Truce at G-20, But Questions Remain

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agree to a cease-fire in their ongoing trade war, but some experts were skeptical of long-term outcome while Chinese media took at aim at U.S. 'hawks' on Sunday.

Bitcoin Continues to Shine Over Weekend

Bitcoin Continues to Shine Over Weekend

Digital cryptocurrency tops $11,000 on Saturday and hovers around $10,700 by Sunday at noon.

Trump on Iran: Goal Is No Nukes, Not Killing Over Downed Drone

Trump on Iran: Goal Is No Nukes, Not Killing Over Downed Drone

President Donald Trump said over the weekend that more harsh sanctions to come.

Deutsche Bank May Slash Equity and Trading Business Outside Europe: Report

Deutsche Bank May Slash Equity and Trading Business Outside Europe: Report

The bank, Germany's largest, is said to be planning to 'shrink or shut its U.S. equity and trading businesses,' according to a report in the Financial Times.

Goldman Consolidating Private-Investing Units to Create 'New' Division: Report

Goldman Consolidating Private-Investing Units to Create 'New' Division: Report

Goldman Sachs Group is consolidating several separate units involved in so-called 'hard-to-access' deals, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Target Registers Back Up After Huge Outage

Target Registers Back Up After Huge Outage

Target stores around the nation were hit with reports of register outages on Saturday, but the retailer said they were back on line later in the day.