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TheStreet.com looking for acquisitions?

TheStreet.com looking for acquisitions?

By naming an executive vice president of mergers and acquisitions online financial and business news site TheStreet.com seems to be signaling that it’s looking to make deals to expand its operations. Steven Elkes was...

Biz media faces the music

Biz media faces the music

TheStreet.com’s Marek Fuchs writes Friday that the business media’s coverage of Starbucks annual meeting showed how well an executive can get journalists to write what he or she wants. Instead of focusing on the...

More on Cramer spouting off

More on Cramer spouting off

USAToday’s Matt Krantz takes a look Friday at “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer talking on a videocast on TheStreet.com about how he manipulated stocks and how business journalists are used by investors. (Note that...

Making a mountain out of a mole hill

Making a mountain out of a mole hill

TheDeal.com executive editor Yvette Kantrow has a critique of the New York Times’ recent coverage of the subprime mortgage lending industry issues, noting that criticism of one analyst by reporter Gretchen Morgenson may be...

Did Cramer manipulate stock prices?

Did Cramer manipulate stock prices?

The New York Post’s Roddy Boyd reports Tuesday that there’s a video of CNBC “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer making the rounds where the former trader seems to acknowledge manipulating stock prices. Boyd wrote,...

Stop regurgitating what management says

Stop regurgitating what management says

TheStreet.com’s Marek Fuchs wants to know Monday why the business media seems to have a penchant for similar repeating what management says when it blames outside factors for its performance. Fuchs wrote, “But I’ve...

Maven: Where is history in Case story?

Maven: Where is history in Case story?

TheStreet.com’s Marek Fuchs, who goes by the moniker Business Press Maven, wants to know why BusinessWeek’s recent story on former AOL chief Steve Case ignored his past history. Fuchs wrote, “The excitable boys and...