Chris Nolter is a senior writer focusing on telecom, media and technology. Nolter's coverage ranges from profiles of key bankers and dealmakers to the inner workings of complex deals, and he is often the first in the industry to report on M&A activity and private equity. Prior to joining The Deal, Nolter published stories with FinanacialTimes.com, RollingStone.com, the New York Times Magazine and the Columbia Journalism Review. He also worked at the Museum of the Moving Image, where he edited the Moving Image Quarterly, the museum website and other publications, and he has produced live news broadcasts for CNN Financial Network.
Recent Articles By The Author
Netflix's Acquisition of Film Production Facility Likely Won't Be Its Last
ABQ Studios is Netflix's first acquisition of a production facility as CEO Reed Hastings seeks ever more original programming to stream to more than 130 million subscribers around the world.
Tesla Hits Production Targets But Still Will Likely Need Capital
As Model 3 production picks up, investors will likely have to wait until third quarter earnings for guidance on Tesla's funding plans.
Who Should Replace Elon Musk as Tesla's Chairman?
Will the electric carmaker look to Detroit or to disruptive technology firms to replace its iconoclastic chairman?
New iPhone Winners May Include T-Mobile and Intel, but Not Qualcomm
While T-Mobile scored a double victory with the new iPhones, it is not the only winner.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts: 'We Don't Care Whose Content You Watch'
Despite cord-cutting, Brian Roberts says Comcast benefits from broadband ads and sales of NBCUniversal content to the new online video powers.
Amazon Could Leapfrog Apple in Race to $2 Trillion Market Cap
If the Trump Administration does not force a breakup of the tech juggernaut, Jeff Bezos's digital commerce, cloud computing and advertising platform could surpass Apple's valuation.
Uber Staffs Up for an IPO by Finally Hiring a New CFO
New CFO Nelson Chai brings more adult supervision to the ride-sharing unicorn.
Tesla's Attempt to Go Private Might Have to Go Through Cfius First
Musk is banking on Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund to help him privatize Tesla. You can expect a Cfius review -- and perhaps even an epic Twitter war between Musk and President Trump.
Disney Misses Quarterly Numbers, But Promises Big Bang From Fox
Chairman and CEO Bob Iger left the door open for a new bid on Sky.
Elon Musk's Startling Proposal to Take Tesla Private Is Nothing if Not Risky
Taking the electric vehicle maker private would be a dangerous and costly luxury for the mercurial Musk.