Rob Lenihan

Freelance writer Rob Lenihan is a former staff reporter and editor of TheStreet, CNN and other media, as well as a former Web editor for Goldman Sachs.

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Stocks Higher but Concerns on Boeing and China Trade Talks Cap Gains

Stocks Higher but Concerns on Boeing and China Trade Talks Cap Gains

Stocks are slightly higher Monday as Boeing declined following reports of similarities in two deadly crashes of the company's jets and concerns that U.S.-China trade talks may be pushed back to June.

Principal Financial Looks to Buy Wells Fargo Retirement Plan Services - Report

Principal Financial Looks to Buy Wells Fargo Retirement Plan Services - Report

Principal Financial Group is in advanced talks to acquire Wells Fargo's retirement plan services business, a report says.

Stocks Close Up on Signs of Progress in U.S.-China Trade Talks, Boeing Higher

Stocks Close Up on Signs of Progress in U.S.-China Trade Talks, Boeing Higher

Stocks close up on Friday amid hopes the U.S. and China are making progress on a trade pact and word that Boeing is speeding up its 737 MAX fixes.

Newell CEO to Step Down at End of Second Quarter

Newell CEO to Step Down at End of Second Quarter

Shares of Newell Brands rise on news that Michael Polk will retire as CEO at the end of the second quarter.

Stocks End Mixed as Sentiment Is Dented on China Trade Talk Concerns

Stocks End Mixed as Sentiment Is Dented on China Trade Talk Concerns

The Dow Jones Industrial Average held close to breakeven Thursday.

GameStop Investors Threaten Proxy Fight

GameStop Investors Threaten Proxy Fight

Two GameStop investors threaten a proxy fight if the videogame retailer doesn't take steps to improve its performance.

Stocks End Higher, Shrugging Off Brexit and Boeing Concerns

Stocks End Higher, Shrugging Off Brexit and Boeing Concerns

Stocks ended higher Wednesday as Wall Street looks past uncertainty about Brexit and worries about Boeing after the United States became the latest country to ground the 737 Max 8.

Dow Closes Lower as Wall Street Confronts Boeing Woes

Dow Closes Lower as Wall Street Confronts Boeing Woes

Stocks closed mixed Tuesday, one day after snapping a five-day losing streak, as Boeing continues to fall following the second fatal crash of one of its 737 MAX 8 aircraft in six months.

Dick's Sporting Goods Slides on Falling Sales

Dick's Sporting Goods Slides on Falling Sales

Dick's Sporting Goods slides after the sporting goods retailer beats Wall Street's fourth-quarter earnings forecasts but reports falling sales.

Lumber Liquidators to Pay $33 Million in Fines for Misleading Investors

Lumber Liquidators to Pay $33 Million in Fines for Misleading Investors

Lumber Liquidators will pay $33 million to settle cases with the Securities and Exchange Commission and federal prosecutors for making 'fraudulent misstatements to investors' regarding the company's sale of its laminate flooring from China to its customers in the United States.