Donna Fuscaldo

Donna Fuscaldo

Donna Fuscaldo is a freelance journalist hailing out of Long Island, New York. Donna writes for numerous online publications including,,,  and SigFig. As a personal finance reporter for years, Donna provides invaluable advice on everything from saving money to landing that dream job. Previously, Donna was an equities reporter for Dow Jones Newswires and a special contributor to the Wall Street Journal.

  1. Stocks

    Softbank: Is Jobs Move Linked to T-Mobile Deal?

    Sprint's parent may be letting Trump take the credit for new jobs to get a T-Mobile merger through.
  2. Stocks

    Will Activision Blizzard's Stock Gain In 2017?

    Activision shares took a beating in recent weeks, but the stock may be poised for a strong 2017.
  3. Stocks

    Sprint to Create, Bring Back 5,000 U.S. Jobs

    President-elect Trump quickly took credit for the carrier's pledge to create or bring back jobs.
  4. Stocks

    Is Qualcomm’s Royalty Revenue at Risk?

    Royalty revenue is at risk if more countries follow China and South Korea's antitrust divisions.
  5. Stocks

    South Korea Hits Qualcomm With $854M Fine

    The huge fine was imposed by South Korea's antitrust regulator over abusive business practices.
  6. Stocks

    Fitbit Surges as App Tops Xmas Download List

    Fitbit's shares closed up more than 7% Tuesday after its app took top spot on Apple's app store.
  7. Cybersecurity

    Verizon Likely to Complete Yahoo Buy Despite Hacks

    Yahoo's sale to Verizon is likely to go forward because users are used to hacks by now.
  8. Stocks

    T-Mobile Runs Afoul of Dutch Zero-Rating Rules

    The carrier is getting in trouble in the Netherlands with regulators over data streaming.
  9. Stocks

    Fitbit Withdraws Lawsuit Against Jawbone

    A patent infringement suit is withdrawn, since the defendant is no longer 'financially sound.'
  10. Stocks

    AT&T’s DirecTV Now Has Some Service Issues

    The new streaming video service is facing technical problems, leaving some customers frustrated.
  11. Stocks

    Fitbit Gives Charge 2 More Features and Functions

    Fitbit made updates to the Charge 2 giving it more functionality and features coveted by users.
  12. Stocks

    Nokia Sues Apple for Patent Infringement

    In response, Apple Inc. fires back with its own lawsuit contending breach of contract.
  13. Stocks

    AT&T Rolls Out Spam Blocker For Mobile Phone Customers (T)

    AT&T is rolling out a new call blocking feature to prevent spam on mobile phones.
  14. Virtual Reality

    Global Video Game Sales to Reach $91B in 2016

    New research from SuperData shows global interactive entertainment revenue up for the year.
  15. Stocks

    Research Firm Revises Wearable Device Forecast

    With demand lagging, research firm eMarketer was forced to revise its forecast downward.