Carlton Wilkinson

Carlton Wilkinson is Deputy Managing Editor for TheStreet living in Asbury Park, N.J., where he is also music columnist for the Asbury Park Press and a professor at The College of New Jersey and other schools. A former Senior Copy Editor at TheStreet, he returned to the company in 2011. He previously worked for Dow Jones and the Times of Trenton. A Ph.D. in Music, he composes and records pop and chamber music in his spare time.

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Better Than Money, #GivingTuesday Sees Global Impact on Culture of Caring

Better Than Money, #GivingTuesday Sees Global Impact on Culture of Caring

By any measure, the fledgling global holiday for doing good already has been wildly successful, lifting contribution levels and focusing attention on charitable acts over the last two years.

Keystone Pipeline Construction Rejected by Senate, Deals Blow to Republicans

Keystone Pipeline Construction Rejected by Senate, Deals Blow to Republicans

Republicans failed to get the needed Democrat votes to push approval for the Keystone pipeline construction through the Senate.

November 7 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

November 7 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

U.S. stock futures were flat after markets closed at record highs Thursday. Investors are looking to the U.S. jobs report, to be released before the opening bell.

Oil Prices Stuck in 'Gray Zone' for Years and Could Fall Further, Expert Says

Oil Prices Stuck in 'Gray Zone' for Years and Could Fall Further, Expert Says

Former industry executive and current Harvard professor, Leonardo Maugeri, in 2012 predicted the recent drop in oil prices. Now he sees little hope for a rebound.

Exxon Mobil Beats Estimates Despite Slump in Oil Prices

Exxon Mobil Beats Estimates Despite Slump in Oil Prices

Exxon reduces its capital and exploration expenditures for upstream operations 11.1% for the third quarter of 2014 from the year-ago quarter. Oil production overall dropped 6.1%.