Mrinalini Krishna

Mrinalini Krishna

Mrinalini Krishna recently graduated from New York University's Business and Economic Reporting (BER) program. For five years, she was a business television reporter in India chasing down stories on economic policy and financial markets. She now writes about business and money.

  1. Virtual Currency

    Mapping Bitcoin Interest in the U.S.

    Investopedia analysis of interest in bitcoin shows the winner is ... not California.
  2. Stocks

    Top 4 Aetna Shareholders

    Find out which institutions hold the largest stake in health insurer Aetna.
  3. Virtual Currency

    These States Consume Less Electricity Than Bitcoin

    Bitcoin consumes a huge amount of energy — more than some states.
  4. Stocks

    What Does the Volatility Index (VIX) Indicate?

    The VIX is often called the fear gauge of the markets – understand what it means for your investments.
  5. Stocks

    If Apple Were A Country

    You know Apple Inc. is a big tech company. Just how big? Enough that it could be a country on its own. If you're wondering ...
  6. People

    Jay Z Starts His Own Venture Capital Fund

    After starting his own VC fund, Jay Z is reportedly looking to buyout Harvey Weinstein's interest in The Weinstein Company.
  7. International / Global

    5 Largest Sovereign Wealth Funds

    Oil-rich Norway tops the list of the largest sovereign wealth funds in the world.
  8. Insights

    What Harvey and Irma Mean for the Economy and Your Portfolio

    With Irma following close at the heels of Hurricane Harvey, will this hurricane season spell doom for the U.S. economy?
  9. Crime & Fraud

    Equifax Hack: 5 Biggest Credit Card Data Breaches

    Credit bureau Equifax revealed a giant data breach covering 143 million customers including credit cards.
  10. Stocks

    FANGs Lose Favor As Fund Managers Bet Big on Tech

    Mutual fund managers are starting to rotate out of FANGs into less crowded tech stocks
  11. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    America's Growing Subprime Credit Card Trap

    Beware of subprime credit cards. It may be easy credit access, but can take advantage of your poor credit score and eventually ...
  12. Investing

    Bill Gates and Richard Branson Betting on Lab-Grown Meat

    Memphis Meats produces meat from animal stem cells and raised $17 million in its latest round of funding.
  13. Stocks

    Netflix, Disney and the Cash Flow Drama

    Can Netflix's bet on original content outweigh Disney's streaming foray?
  14. Stocks

    Twitter Shorts Feed Off Weak Earnings

    Stagnant user growth maybe just one of the reasons why Twitter bears won this round.
  15. Stocks

    2020 Could See the End Of Amazon as We Know It: NYU Prof.

    As it gains ground in high growth sectors, NYU Prof. believes Amazon could be broken up for killing jobs.