Dana Blankenhorn

Dana Blankenhorn

Dana Blankenhorn has been a financial journalist since 1978, a technology journalist since 1982, and an Internet journalist since 1985. He has written a half-dozen technology books, several novels available at the Amazon Kindle store, and covered beats ranging from education to e-commerce, and from open source to renewable energy. He lives in Atlanta.

Recent Articles

Nokia and the Open Source Path

Nokia is getting a second chance at the 5G market thanks to western distrust of China and a vendor neutral technology called Open RAN.

Can Postmates Get Uber Stock Past Its Mid-Life Crisis?

Uber sees its food delivery business and Postmates buy as a path to profitability. But it's too late, and investors should sell Uber stock.

Two Months After Bankruptcy Filing, Why is Hertz Stock Still Trading?

Young Hertz stock speculators hoped the firm could find a way back into business, but that's looking unlikely, and the value of its fleet is declining every day.

Adobe Is a Great Company That Can’t Escape the Software Bubble

ADBE stock is a good example of a software bubble. It's expanding because it's the only space of the market where things are working.

Moderna Stock Has a Bright Future After the Coronavirus

Moderna is an underdog in the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine, but MRNA stock could benefit from its novel drug discovery technology.