Cherella Cox

Cox has more than 25 years experience as an editor at various financial and consumer publishing houses including McGraw Hill and Essence Magazine.

Cox obtained a master's degree in Publishing from New York University, where she earned a bachelor of fine arts degree. She is currently earning a second masters degree at CUNY online in Psychology.

Send your emails to cherella.cox@thestreet.com.

Recent Articles By The Author

PepsiCo to Acquire South Africa's Pioneer Foods for $1.7 Billion

PepsiCo to Acquire South Africa's Pioneer Foods for $1.7 Billion

The beverage and snack giant has agreed to purchase the maker of Weet-Bix breakfast cereal and Ceres fruit juice for roughly $1.7 billion.

Blue Apron's Rally on Beyond Meat Venture Goes Stale

Blue Apron's Rally on Beyond Meat Venture Goes Stale

Blue Apron stock gives back biggest one-day gain in six months.

EBay Reportedly Moving Ahead With Plans to Sell StubHub

EBay Reportedly Moving Ahead With Plans to Sell StubHub

A source says eBay is looking at multiple parties interested in buying the ticket-exchange platform, CNBC reports.

Overstock Ends Higher on Analyst Moves, CEO Comments

Overstock Ends Higher on Analyst Moves, CEO Comments

Overstock.com shares gain after CEO Patrick Byrne says company's legacy business can fund its blockchain initiatives.

Mathematician Alan Turing Is the New Face of the Pound Sterling

Mathematician Alan Turing Is the New Face of the Pound Sterling

Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, on Monday said Alan Turing had been selected as the face of the new 50-pound note.

Stitch Fix Stock Gains on Goldman Upgrade to Buy

Stitch Fix Stock Gains on Goldman Upgrade to Buy

The online personal stylist's repeat customers and new-product developments have turned Goldman's analyst bullish on the stock.

Circor Stock Falls After Company Rejects Crane's Boosted $955 Million Bid

Circor Stock Falls After Company Rejects Crane's Boosted $955 Million Bid

Circor shares were lower after its board rejected Crane's sweetened $955 million hostile offer.

Ford to Recall 58,000 Focus Cars to Fix Possible Fuel Tank Problems

Ford to Recall 58,000 Focus Cars to Fix Possible Fuel Tank Problems

The powertrain control module installed in the vehicles is missing critical software, which could malfunction and deform the fuel tank, Ford says.

WalMart E-Commerce Losses to Surpass $1 Billion: Reports

WalMart E-Commerce Losses to Surpass $1 Billion: Reports

WalMart's e-commerce efforts have been a lose-lose scenario, according to new reports.

Coke Cleared by Arbitrator to Sell Its Own Energy Drink

Coke Cleared by Arbitrator to Sell Its Own Energy Drink

An arbitrator settled a contract-language dispute between Coke and Monster Beverage. The companies called the resolution amicable.