Kevin Kelleher

Kevin Kelleher

About Kevin Kelleher

Kevin Kelleher lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is a regular contributor at DailyFinance, GigaOm.com and Earth2Tech and has been a contributing writer for Wired, Popular Science, Portfolio.com, TheStreet.com and RealMoney.com.

His work has also appeared in Salon, Consumer Reports, CNN Money, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Washington Post and the Hollywood Reporter.

Previously, Kevin was a senior editor at The Industry Standard magazine, west coast bureau chief of TheStreet.com, founding executive editor of Wired News and a reporter at Bloomberg News covering the collapse of the Japanese stock market.

He holds an MS from Columbia Journalism School and a BA from Reed College.

Recent Articles

How B&N’s Deal With Microsoft Could Pan Out

Microsoft's $300 million investment in Barnes & Noble's Nook business caused BKS to pop Monday. Great. Now what? Here's our take.

The Patent Wars: More Bark, Less Bite

Microsoft's billion-dollar patent grab from AOL is big news, but it doesn't mean MSFT is going on the offensive, and its effect on investors will be muted.

Apple at $1,000? Don’t Get Caught Up in That

A lot of zeros shouldn't muddle your thinking about valuations. A price target shouldn't trump fundamental analysis and rational investing.

Red Hat Proves Free Can Pay Off Big

It's the first open-source software company to hit $1 billion in sales -- and its stock has just rocketed to a 12-year high.

Intel TV Smells of Desperation

The chipmaker is getting itself into a difficult cable boondoggle. Still, not all is gloomy for INTC.