Jonathan Braude

Jonathan Braude is a senior writer in The Deal's London bureau, where he covers M&A and private equity across the U.K. and Europe. He also provides early morning European markets coverage for TheStreet. Prior to joining The Deal, Braude was a writer, political reporter and columnist for the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong and, before that, worked in Brussels, covering the European Union and NATO. He has written for a number of print and broadcasting outlets including the BBC, The Times of London and Jane's Defense Weekly. Braude speaks German, French and Hebrew and reads Spanish and Dutch.

Recent Articles By The Author

IBM Sells Software Portfolio to India's HCL Technologies

IBM Sells Software Portfolio to India's HCL Technologies

IBM divests a portfolio of stand-alone software products as it strengthens its focus on artificial intelligence, cloud computing and other high-value growth segments, such as cybersecurity.

Apple Is Leading a Resurgent Stock Market

Apple Is Leading a Resurgent Stock Market

With Chinese and Korean markets closed for the Lunar New Year, Japan was the center of attention in Asia and the nomination of Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda for another term helped support the market. European stocks also opened in positive territory

Danone Boasts Integration of WhiteWave is Progressing Well

Danone Boasts Integration of WhiteWave is Progressing Well

French dairy giant Danone says it generated very strong sales growth in 2017, and helped by the acquisition of WhiteWave will focus on improved growth and margins in 2018.

Stock Markets Around the World Are Soaring Again

Stock Markets Around the World Are Soaring Again

Japanese, Hong Kong and European markets continue Wednesday's Wall Street rally.

Nestle Says Organic Growth Disappoints, Better to Come in 2018

Nestle Says Organic Growth Disappoints, Better to Come in 2018

Swiss food giant Nestle delivers earnings that it says are below its own expectations, although still within the guided range. But it forecasts more encouraging growth in 2018 as it says it plans to keep its Gerber baby food business, while putting the Gerber life insurance unit up for sale and will not increase its stake in L'Oreal.