Corey Goldman covers finance and capital markets for TheStreet.com.
A veteran business and capital markets reporter, Corey has written, edited and produced for Bloomberg News, CNNfn, ABC News, The Globe and Mail, The Financial Post and others. He has also held senior editorial roles at several alternative investment trade magazines including HFMWeek, MARHedge, Alpha+Absolute Return and Financial News.
He currently runs communications and public relations firm Goldman Communications.
Shares of MoneyGram soar after blockchain startup Ripple, the company behind the XRP cryptocurrency, says it plans to invest up to $50 million in the company.
Shares of faux-meat maker Beyond Meat first sizzle - then flame out - on reports the company is debuting a new, plant-based 'ground beef.'
The Trump administration actively explored taking legal action to demote Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, an extraordinary and unorthodox move that calls into question the White House's perception of the central bank's independence - and track record.
Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn is keener on negotiating a compromised bid for Ceasars than the hotel and casino giant's board is.
Famed auction house Sotheby's hits the gavel on itself on Monday, announcing it has agreed to be acquired by BidFair USA, an entity wholly owned by media and telecom entrepreneur and art collector Patrick Drahi.
Shares of Dow Inc. fall on Monday after receiving a downgrade from BMO Capital Markets analyst John McNulty.
Stifel Financial is in talks to acquire Toronto-based GMP Capital in a deal that would see a U.S. company swallow one of the last independent investment banks in Canada, according to The Globe and Mail.
C&J Energy Services and Keane Group announce they have agreed to a 'merger of equals,' creating a diversified oilfield services company with an enterprise value of $1.8 billion
Sony is engaging in dialogue with Third Point and its founder, Daniel Loeb, amid the activist hedge fund's second push for the Japanese electronics and entertainment company to spin off its semiconductor business.
Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and Uber are among the big-name companies that will invest around $10 million a piece in a consortium that will govern the company's to-be-released digital coin, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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