Joseph Woelfel

Before joining TheStreet.com in August 2008, Woelfel worked as a senior editor at Thomson Financial North America, a division of Thomson Reuters. Prior to that, he was an assignment editor and copy editor at Dow Jones Newswires. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J.

Recent Articles By The Author

Tencent Music Tumbles After First Earnings Release Since IPO

Tencent Music Tumbles After First Earnings Release Since IPO

Shares of the Chinese music streaming service fall after it issues its first earnings report as a public company.

FedEx, Federal Reserve, Google, AMD, Sage Therapeutics - 5 Things You Must Know

FedEx, Federal Reserve, Google, AMD, Sage Therapeutics - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures turn lower as investors await a key decision on interest rates from the Federal Reserve; FedEx sinks after issuing its second warning about fiscal 2019 profit; Google's new cloud-based video-game playing and sharing platform, Stadia, will be powered by chips made by Advanced Micro Devices.

Elon Musk, Tilray, the Federal Reserve and Nvidia - 5 Things You Must Know

Elon Musk, Tilray, the Federal Reserve and Nvidia - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures rise modestly ahead of the start of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting; the SEC blasts Tesla CEO Elon Musk for his alleged failure to abide by an agreement to curb his 'reckless' tweets; cannabis company Tilray beats revenue estimates.

Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Reportedly Exploring a Merger

Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Reportedly Exploring a Merger

The casino companies are in the early stages of exploring a merger, a report says.

General Motors, Boeing, Worldpay, Caesars and the Fed - 5 Things You Must Know

General Motors, Boeing, Worldpay, Caesars and the Fed - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures are mixed on Monday; the Federal Reserve is unlikely to lift interest rates when it meets this week; a meeting between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping may be pushed off until June, a report says.