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

Signet Shines Bright Among Investors With Second-Quarter Earnings

Signet Shines Bright Among Investors With Second-Quarter Earnings

Jeweler to the "value-oriented" Signet posts fiscal second-quarter results that handily beat analysts' forecasts as it continues to cut costs, close stores and streamline its operations.

G-III Apparel Surges on Higher Guidance Despite Tariff Headwinds

G-III Apparel Surges on Higher Guidance Despite Tariff Headwinds

Shares of G-III Apparel take off after the owner of clothing and accessories brands including DKNY, Donna Karan and Andrew Marc posts fiscal second-quarter results that meet analysts' forecasts but raises its fiscal 2020 guidance as it continues to navigate the impact of tariffs on retail.

Signet Jewelers' Fiscal Second Quarter Shines

Signet Jewelers' Fiscal Second Quarter Shines

Signet Jewelers reports fiscal second-quarter earnings and sales that handily beat analysts' forecasts amid ongoing demand for its jewelry offerings to 'value-oriented' shoppers.

Cloudera Rises After Posting Narrower-Than-Expected Loss

Cloudera Rises After Posting Narrower-Than-Expected Loss

Cloudera rises after posting a narrower-than-expected fiscal second-quarter loss and stronger revenue amid an increase in subscription users of its cloud-based storage offerings.

Mallinckrodt Plunges on Report It's Considering Filing for Bankruptcy

Mallinckrodt Plunges on Report It's Considering Filing for Bankruptcy

Shares of drugmaker Mallinckrodt plunge on a report the company is considering filing for bankruptcy as a way of dealing with its opioid-related legal liabilities.

Ciena Rings In Better-Than-Expected Third-Quarter Earnings, Revenue

Ciena Rings In Better-Than-Expected Third-Quarter Earnings, Revenue

Telecommunications company Ciena reports adjusted fiscal third-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' forecasts on strong demand for its networking platforms and related software and services.

Tapestry CEO Victor Luis Steps Down, Chairman Zeitlin Is Named Chief

Tapestry CEO Victor Luis Steps Down, Chairman Zeitlin Is Named Chief

The owner of Coach, Kate Spade and other luxury brands announces its long-time CEO Victor Luis is stepping down and being replaced by Jide Zeitlin.

Google Agrees to Record $170M Fine For Kids' Privacy Violations

Google Agrees to Record $170M Fine For Kids' Privacy Violations

Google on Wednesday agreed to pay a record $170 million fine and to make changes to protect children's privacy on its YouTube video site to settle charges with regulators that the company illegally collected personal data from children and used it to target them with advertising.

Box Takes Off on Indications It's On Board With Starboard

Box Takes Off on Indications It's On Board With Starboard

Shares of cloud software company Box rise after the company indicates it is on board with activist fund Starboard Value, after the hedge fund discloses it has taken a 7.5% stake.

Navistar Revs Forward on Better-Than-Expected Third-Quarter Earnings

Navistar Revs Forward on Better-Than-Expected Third-Quarter Earnings

Truck and automotive engine parts maker Navistar International rolls out fiscal third-quarter earnings that far exceed analysts' forecasts as North American demand for its trucks, buses and related parts continues to speed along.