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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J.C. Penney Stock Closes at Record-Low 97 Cents a Share

J.C. Penney Stock Closes at Record-Low 97 Cents a Share

JCP dips below a dollar again as the chain continues to struggle against a tide of red ink.

Blue Apron Soars Near 20% on Deal News

Blue Apron Soars Near 20% on Deal News

Blue Apron Holdings Inc. APRN surged almost 20% in late Thursday trading. It kept most of those gains throughout the day.

Nvidia Slips on RBC Price-Target Cut

Nvidia Slips on RBC Price-Target Cut

Shares of Nvidia slipped Thursday morning after RBC Capital lowered its price target on the graphics chip maker's stock to $200 per share from $230.

Oil Prices Climb After Christmas Eve Drop

Oil Prices Climb After Christmas Eve Drop

Oil prices climb on Wednesday, reversing a trend that saw crude benchmarks hit their lowest point in 17 months.

WildHorse Resource Development Climbs on Redhawk Purchase

WildHorse Resource Development Climbs on Redhawk Purchase

Shares of WildHorse Resource Development Corp. WRD, climbed in early afternoon trading Wednesday on news that an institutional investor had purchased a new position in the independent oil and natural gas company

Citron Research Boosts Facebook Stock Target Price to $160

Citron Research Boosts Facebook Stock Target Price to $160

Citron Research increased their stock target for Facebook FB from $120 to $160 Wednesday, saying the social media giant has improved despite a tough year.

Mindbody to Be Bought by Vista Equity Partners in $1.9 Billion Deal

Mindbody to Be Bought by Vista Equity Partners in $1.9 Billion Deal

Mindbody agrees to be acquired by investment firm Vista Equity Partners in a deal valued at about $1.9 billion, the fitness studio software maker says.

Oil Prices Sink in Lowest Close Since 2016

Oil Prices Sink in Lowest Close Since 2016

Oil prices put in their worst weekly performance in nearly three years as a worldwide surplus, fueled by U.S. fracking gains, and slowing demand combined to undercut prices.

Perrigo Tumbles on $1.9 Billion Irish Tax Demand

Perrigo Tumbles on $1.9 Billion Irish Tax Demand

Perrigo tumbles Friday after Ireland's tax authorities order the Dublin-based drug manufacturer to pay $1.9 billion in taxes.

Zynga Climbs on Small Giant Games Acquisition

Zynga Climbs on Small Giant Games Acquisition

Shares of Zynga climb Friday after the gaming company agrees to acquire 80% of Finnish game maker Small Giant Games for $560 million.