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

The Time Isn’t Right to Buy GE Stock — at Least for Now

When GE reports earnings later this month, investors will be looking for any signs that indicate that Culp's turnaround is starting to work. 

After Apple’s 2019 Run, I Am Going to Take Some Profits

After Apple stock outperformed in 2019, I am going to take some profits. The stakes are too high on rumors of a 5G iPhone.

TEVA Stock Isn’t a Cure For Anything That Ails Investors

While Schulz's cost-cutting has reduced Teva's debt by more than $8 billion, more needs to be done to bolster the company's balance sheet.

Bank of America Stock Can’t Escape the Malaise of the Banking Sector

Analysts are bearish on Bank of America stock. Investors should avoid BAC stock at this point, as its premium doesn't appear to be justified.

As Pricey as AMD Stock Seems, It Still Has Room to Run

Even after a banner year, AMD stock is a buy. It still has Intel on the ropes and a clear line to $50 and beyond in 2020.