Douglas McIntyre

Douglas McIntyre

Douglas A. McIntyre is the editor of 24/7 Wall St., a financial commentary site. He has been president of Switchboard.com, which was the 10th most visited website in the world, and publisher of Financial World Magazine. He has served on the board of TheStreet.com. McIntyre graduated from Harvard magna cum laude.

  1. Stock Analysis

    Three Reasons Amazon Keeps Climbing (AMZN)

    There is more to life than just books... at least, Amazon thinks so. This just might be why the stock is rising.
  2. Stock Analysis

    Shuffle Master Deals Itself A Losing Hand (SHFL)

    Shuffle Master had a good deal going selling games to casinos, then it decided to get into M&A. That didn't work.
  3. Stock Analysis

    Short Sellers Pile Into Hasbro (HAS)

    Short sellers have moved into Hasbro. If "Spider-Man 3" and "Transformers" toy sales are weak, shares may fall.
  4. Stock Analysis

    Media Conglomerates: One Size Fits All?

    The five old line media companies seem the same, but they are really very different.
  5. Stock Analysis

    Barron's Love-In Can't Help GE (GE)

    Barron's ran a positive cover on GE last week. Usually this would move the stock higher, but it didn't work this time.
  6. Stock Analysis

    The Coke Brothers (CCE, COKE, CCH, KOF)

    A rundown of the many companies that sell Coke worldwide.
  7. Stock Analysis

    Dow Jones' Future Without A Buyer (DJ)

    Dow Jones may be a $60-stock to News Corp, but performance shows it isn't worth more than $35 as an independent company.
  8. Stock Analysis

    Yahoo! Losing Ground (YHOO)

    Yahoo! has lost hope of being even second in internet search. But, it could be valuable to a competitor
  9. Stock Analysis

    Dow Jones Just Keeps Sinking (DJ)

    Dow Jones is bucking the newspaper trend of falling circulation and advertising lineage.
  10. Stock Analysis

    Alcatel-Lucent Starting To Implode? (ALU)

    Alcatel-Lucent was to be the world's largest telecom equipment company. It should have been a big success, but integration failures killed the plan.
  11. Stock Analysis

    Level 3 is Growing, but Fighting a Huge Debt Load (LVLT)

    Level 3 is owns one of the great communications infrastructure platforms in the world. Demand for its services is up, but it has a huge debt load.
  12. Stock Analysis

    Starbucks' Dream of 40,000 Stores

    Starbucks wants to reach 40,000 outlets, but the economy and McDonald's could block that goal.
  13. Stock Analysis

    Generic Manufacturers Go After Big Pharma

    Generic drug manufacturers continue pose a potent threat to the established "big pharma" companies.