M. Corey Goldman is a contributor to 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, the Toronto Star 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.
Recent Articles By The Author
Kellogg Drops Following Exploration of Cookie and Snack Unit Sale
Shares of the iconic breakfast cereal and snack maker drop as the company continues to focus on cost-savings, including selling off key cookie and snack brands.
Advance Auto Parts Races Ahead on Strong Earnings, Guidance
The auto parts provider and distributor takes off after better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter results and after the company raises full-year guidance.
Apptio Shares Surge on Deal to Go Private
Vista Equity Partners' offer of $38 a share represents a 53% premium, though Apptio can shop around.
Kofax Buys a Division of Nuance Communications for $400M in Cash
Kofax agrees to buy Nuance Document Imaging.
Fortune Magazine Sold to Private Investor for $150 Million
Meredith Corp. sells venerable publication to Thai businessman Chatchaval Jiaravanon for $150 million in cash.
Wynn Plummets on Worse-Than-Expected Earnings, Signs of Macau 'Slowdown'
The stock tumbles after Wynn's earnings are weaker than expected and the company says it's seeing a 'slowdown' in Macau.
D.R. Horton Reports Strong Earnings, Sees Signs of Moderating Demand
The largest U.S. homebuilder by volume reports strong earnings though warns it is seeing signs of 'moderating' demand.
Former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich Is Named Head of CDK Global
Former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich is named president and CEO of CDK.
Dish Shares Drop as Revenue Falls, Subscribers Decline
Dish falls in premarket trading after the company reports a decline in revenue and a sharp drop in subscribers.
U.S. Government Probes GM's Expansion of Its Windshield Wiper Recall
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating whether General Motors should recall an additional 1.7 million crossovers for windshield wiper failures.