Shoshanna Delventhal

Shoshanna Delventhal

As a digital nomad based out of New York City, Shoshanna enjoys reporting on business and finance, with a focus on consumer products and technology companies. Shoshanna is passionate about enhancing the future of work by harnessing productivity and adopting transparent, flexible work cultures.

After graduating from UNC Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Economics and International Relations, Shoshanna worked in international business advisory at KPMG. When she’s not writing, you can now find Shoshanna leading yoga, mindfulness and creative workshops around the world.

Shoshanna’s enthusiastic about forward-driving projects that advance social entrepreneurship, conscious consumerism and sustainability movements.

  1. Stocks

    Twitter Suspending Accounts to Curb Crypto Scams

    Social media companies, facing heightened pressure, struggle to push out crypto scammers.
  2. Stocks

    FanDuel Looking to Go Public in Reverse Merger

    The unicorn fantasy sports leader may choose the back-end way to a public market listing.
  3. Stocks

    Uber Ex-CEO Launches Comeback With New Fund

    After a tumultuous departure, Travis Kalanick says his new venture will target 'job creation.'
  4. Stocks

    What's Behind Cigna's $67B Express Scripts Buy?

    Of course the answer is Amazon, which is behind a lot of the latest moves in the health care space.
  5. Stocks

    Next Financial Crisis Is a ‘Certainty’: Bill Gates

    The former Microsoft CEO sees another crisis as inevitable but also sees long-run improvement.
  6. Stocks

    How an Amazon Bank Could Rival JPMorgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo

    The tech giant could use its digital prowess and massive customer base to squeeze competitors.
  7. Stocks

    Amazon V. Google: Smart Home War Escalates

    As the online giant continues its investment spree with Ecobee, it faces off against Google's Nest.
  8. Stocks

    Coca-Cola to Sell Alcoholic Beverages in Japan

    The beverage giant is using Japan as a test market as it diversifies its product offerings.
  9. Stocks

    Sell GE on Trump Tariff Headwinds: Deutsche Bank

    Down 50% in 12 months, GE among those most at 'fundamental risk' from steel and aluminum prices.
  10. Stocks

    Ultra-Rich Investing More in Cryptocurrencies

    While bitcoin has gone mainstream, stocks and property are still preferred by world's wealthiest.
  11. Stocks

    Tax Cuts Prompt Biggest Merger Spree in Decades

    While debt repayment and capital spending will also get a boost, the biggest winner is M&A.
  12. Stocks

    Big-Bank Branch Growth May Most Hurt Wells Fargo

    America's largest financial institutions are doubling down on new markets at the expense of Wells.
  13. Stocks

    China to Woo Foreign-Listed Tech Giants Back Home

    The government's long-term goal is to reverse years of China's businesses going public overseas.
  14. Stocks

    Buy Herbalife Now That Ackman’s Out: Citi Research

    Now that 'headline risk has dissipated,' shares should trade at a 10% premium, say the bulls.
  15. Stocks

    How Jeff Bezos Got to Be the World's Richest Man

    The engineering grad turned hedge fund VP quit a stable job to build 'the everything store.'