M. Corey Goldman

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.

Recent Articles By The Author

Target Hits Bulls Eye With Second-Quarter Earnings Beat, Guidance Raise

Target Hits Bulls Eye With Second-Quarter Earnings Beat, Guidance Raise

Target shares surge to a record after the big-box retailer reports second-quarter earnings that handily beat analysts' estimates, and raises its full-year guidance as consumers continue to choose the company's offerings of 'cheap-chic' brand and products.

Analog Devices Third-Quarter Net Down, Adjusted Profit Beats Estimate

Analog Devices Third-Quarter Net Down, Adjusted Profit Beats Estimate

The chipmaker's GAAP earnings - off 11% - and the adjusted number both beat forecasts as chip demand related to 5G and electric vehicles strengthened. The macro environment remains `challenging.'

Lowe's Posts Strong Second-Quarter Earnings, Sales Top Forecasts

Lowe's Posts Strong Second-Quarter Earnings, Sales Top Forecasts

Home improvement retailer Lowe's reports second-quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts as the Home Depot competitor continues to focus on luring home-improvement and renovation-focused customers through its doors.

Apple Close to Partnering With China's BOE on New iPhone Screens - Report

Apple Close to Partnering With China's BOE on New iPhone Screens - Report

Apple is reportedly in the final stages of signing off on new advanced screens for its iPhones from China's top display maker, BOE Technology Group.

Home Depot Posts Strong Earnings but Sees Lumber Prices, Tariffs Affecting Sales

Home Depot Posts Strong Earnings but Sees Lumber Prices, Tariffs Affecting Sales

Home Depot's earnings beat analysts' forecasts, though the company indicates future earnings growth may look slightly less solid.

Kohl's Reverses Course After Cautioning on Second Half

Kohl's Reverses Course After Cautioning on Second Half

Shares of department store chain Kohl's rise initially after second-quarter earnings come in ahead of analysts' forecasts, though reverse course amid concern that trade tariffs and slowing economic growth will dent sales and earnings heading into the critical shopping season.

Beyond Meat Re-Gains Flavor With J.P. Morgan

Beyond Meat Re-Gains Flavor With J.P. Morgan

Shares of the plant-based meat maker surge after analysts at J.P. Morgan upgrade their weighting on the stock, noting its shares are 'appealing once again' following a near-40% drop since the end of July.

TJX Earnings Lifted by 'Treasure Hunt' Shoppers but Weak Guidance Sinks Shares

TJX Earnings Lifted by 'Treasure Hunt' Shoppers but Weak Guidance Sinks Shares

Discount clothing and home decor chain TJX posts strong fiscal second-quarter earnings as consumers continue to flock to its TJ Maxx and Marmaxx-branded stores in search of what the company itself calls the 'treasure hunt' shopping experience, though lower guidance pushes its stock lower.

Estee Lauder Posts Rosy Fiscal Fourth-Quarter Earnings, Guidance

Estee Lauder Posts Rosy Fiscal Fourth-Quarter Earnings, Guidance

Estee Lauder posts robust fiscal fourth-quarter and full-year earnings amid strong sales of its makeup and other beauty and self-care products, particularly in China and other overseas markets.

PG&E Plunges on Exposure to Up to $18 Billion in Damage Claims

PG&E Plunges on Exposure to Up to $18 Billion in Damage Claims

Shares of embattled California utility PG&E plunge after a judge rules that a jury should determine whether it should pay as much as $18 billion in damages to victims of the 2017 devastating 'Tubbs' California wildfire.