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

Tesla Model 3 Earns Top Crash-Safety Marks

Tesla Model 3 Earns Top Crash-Safety Marks

Tesla's Model 3 electric sedan earns the top safety rating from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, the first Tesla model to be granted the coveted award.

Federal Reserve Cuts Rates by Quarter-Point

Federal Reserve Cuts Rates by Quarter-Point

In a widely expected move, the Federal Reserve lowered its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points Wednesday to a range of 1.75% to 2%.

Another Record Quarter For Southwest Airlines?

Another Record Quarter For Southwest Airlines?

Southwest Airlines could be showering investors with a little more 'LUV' when it reports its fiscal third-quarter earnings next month, thanks to higher passenger traffic and streamlining costs, particularly when measured on a per-flyer basis.

Blue Apron Goes Cold After Winning Streak

Blue Apron Goes Cold After Winning Streak

Shares of Blue Apron go cold, snapping a seven-day winning streak, as investors re-assess whether the home meal-kit provider will be able to serve up positive results for the current quarter.

Southwest Sees Strong Third Quarter, Cites Solid Passenger Demand

Southwest Sees Strong Third Quarter, Cites Solid Passenger Demand

Southwest Airlines is on track for another quarter of strong earnings, even as it continues to deal with the ongoing impact of the Boeing Max groundings as well as the recent impact of Hurricane Dorian.

Bankers Ply AT&T With Options to Sell Troubled DirecTV Unit - Report

Bankers Ply AT&T With Options to Sell Troubled DirecTV Unit - Report

Wall Street bankers have been lining up to submit various proposals to AT&T to sell off its troubled DirecTV unit, including one involving Dish Network as the potential suitor.

Federal Reserve Will Cut Rates - But What Happens Next?

Federal Reserve Will Cut Rates - But What Happens Next?

Federal Reserve policymakers are expected to vote in favor of cutting the central bank's benchmark target interest rate by at least a quarter-point when their two-day meeting wraps up on Wednesday, even as the U.S. economy continues to defy gravity amid slowing global growth and a dog's breakfast of geopolitical issues.

ZScaler, CrowdStrike Jump on Joint Partnership Deal

ZScaler, CrowdStrike Jump on Joint Partnership Deal

Cloud-based cybersecurity companies ZScaler and CrowdStrike both jump after they announce a partnership that will provide businesses with real-time security protection across their computer networks.

The Race to Zero: Why The Fed Will Cut, and Cut Again

The Race to Zero: Why The Fed Will Cut, and Cut Again

Federal Reserve policymakers are widely expected to vote in favor of cutting rates by at least a quarter-point when their two-day meeting wraps up on Wednesday. The question is whether the Fed will hint that it's joining in the race to zero, and of course whether it will win.

SeaWorld CEO Exits Stage After Just Seven Months in Top Role

SeaWorld CEO Exits Stage After Just Seven Months in Top Role

SeaWorld CEO Gustavo Antorcha is stepping down from the top job at the entertainment and theme park company less than seven months after taking on the role.