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

Beyond Meat Stock Looks as If It Has Hit Its Final Wall

Figuring out whether BYND will be one of the winners in the emerging market for plant-based meat is hard to say. Many multi-national companies are eager to get a piece of the action. For now, it's best for investors to avoid BYND stock.

Investors Should Buy Amazon Stock While It Keeps Treading Water

Worries about Amazon's holiday sales, declining AWS growth and rising content spending appear to be overblown. AMZN stock price has got plenty of life in it.

GE Stock is a Buy as CEO Larry Culp Addresses the Mess He Inherited

GE stock holders may have been disappointed with the decision to keep the dividend at a penny. But the new CEO is running a marathon, not a sprint.

Here’s One More Reason to Avoid Aurora Stock (In Case You Still Need One)

Competition will drive down pot prices in Canada. It is yet another reason to avoid Aurora stock.

NIO Stock is Cheap Because the Electric Vehicle Company is on Thin Ice

NIO stock is “cheap” because it's on the brink of insolvency. That's the big red flag warning off investors.