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Gregg Greenberg

Before joining TheStreet, Gregg Greenberg was a writer and segment producer for CNBC's Closing Bell. He previously worked at FleetBoston and Lehman Brothers in their Private Client Services divisions, covering high net-worth individuals and midsize hedge funds. Greenberg attended New York University's School of Business and Economic Reporting. He also has an M.B.A. from Cornell University's Johnson School of Business, and a B.A. in history from Amherst College.


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Recent Articles By The Author

Don't Trash Your Junk Bonds Due to Rising Interest Rates

You may not want to give up on high-yield bonds just yet.

Chinese Coal Demand Firing Up Drybulk Shippers

With the drybulk market having reached a 30 year low in 2016, the outlook for 2017 - and beyond - has significantly improved, says Genco Shipping President John Wobensmith.

Verizon a Tremendous Value Despite Earnings Miss, Says GoodHaven Manager

Value investors should buy the Verizon selloff, says GoodHaven Fund manager Larry Pitkowsky, who also likes Leucadia National and Barrick Gold.

United Technologies Meets Wall Street Estimates in Fourth Quarter, Maintains Guidance

United Technologies posted fourth-quarter results that were largely in line with analysts' forecasts, and it reiterated its 2017 earnings estimate.

Boeing Beats Earnings Estimates on Bottom Line

Boeing posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and offered solid plane delivery guidance for the coming year.

Health Care Sector Is a Hold, so Buy Telecom Stocks Instead

The long-term bullish case for healthcare stocks remains solid, but investors should stay on the sidelines until the fate of Obamacare is settled. Or better yet, buy telecom stocks instead.

3 Pot Stocks Poised to Grow Like Weeds in 2017

The editor of Green Chip stocks names his top marijuana stocks for the coming year.

Forget Great Waiters -- This Is the New 'Must Have' for Restaurants

Technology and 'big data' have remade the dining experience, says Damian Mogavero, author of 'The Underground Culinary Tour.' Grab a table and find out how!

Verizon Fourth Quarter Misses on Bottom Line, Stays Mum on Yahoo! Deal

Verizon shares are lower after the telecom giant missed fourth-quarter earnings and subscriber growth forecasts. Verizon earned 86 cents a share in the quarter, while Wall Street expected 89 cents.

J&J Guides Lower for 2017 Despite Fourth-Quarter Beat

Johnson & Johnson posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter 2016 earnings amid lower 2017 forecasts.

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