Jonathan Berr

Jonathan Berr

Jonathan Berr has been a professional journalist since 1991. He has covered a wide variety of beats, ranging from to electric utilities to media conglomerates to tech companies.

While a reporter at Bloomberg News in 2002, he won the Gerald Loeb Award, one of the most prestigious awards in business journalism. He was part of a team at AOL’s DailyFinance that won the New York Press Club’s award for Internet feature writing in 2010. His freelance writing has appeared in Atlantic.com, AOL, Yahoo, MSN and 24/7 Wall Street, along with The New York Times and Business Week.

He lives in New Jersey with his wife and son.

You can reach him at jdberr@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter at @jdberr.

Recent Articles

Even More Reasons To Avoid KXIN Stock Like The Plague

With an opaque corporate culture, shaky finances, and an uncertain future, it's hard to find a reason to buy KXIN stock.

After Looking Like Dead Money For Years, GE Stock Is Worth Buying Here

General Electric CEO Culp's work is starting to show results, with the board asking him to stick around for a while. GE stock looks like it's ready to rise.

Betting on Nio Stock Isn’t the Craziest Investing Idea

Normally I am not one to chase runaway stocks. I am prepared, though, to throw caution to the wind when it comes to Nio stock.

Solo Stock Is Much More Hype Than You Might Think

For now, though, the money-losing Canadian company isn’t going to cause Elon Musk, or anyone else for that matter, to lose any sleep anytime soon, given its massive debt and uncertain future.

Is American Airlines the Best Buy or Are Rival Carriers Set to Take Off?

As the U.S. economy opens up, people will start to travel, and American's business will improve. That's why AAL stock is a buy at these depressed levels.