Daniel Liberto

Daniel Liberto

Daniel Liberto is a freelance journalist based in Italy. Prior to going freelance he lived for several years in London, writing about equity markets and personal finance for various publications across the Financial Times. He has a masters degree in journalism, an impressive stockpicking resume and is very passionate about all things investment-related.

  1. Investing

    Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Bid, Proposes Meeting to Discuss Deficiencies

    Qualcomm said Broadcom’s latest bid once again undervalued it, but proposed a meeting to find a suitable agreement.
  2. E-Commerce

    Amazon Will Now Deliver Whole Foods Groceries in 2 Hours

    E-commerce giant Amazon will introduce quick free shipping to Prime subscribers in select cities before rolling out its new ...
  3. Investing

    Goldman Looking to Buy Clarity Money in Consumer Push

    The Wall Street bank is keen to add personal finance startup Clarity Money to its growing consumer-focused business.
  4. Stocks

    Snap Crosses IPO Price After Adding Nearly 9 Million Users

    Snap Inc. took Wall Street and short sellers by surprise with its success in the fourth quarter.
  5. Investing

    Disney's Netflix Rival Will Have a Lower Content Budget

    CEO Bog Iger said Disney will spend less on volume than peers because it already has a strong catalogue of movies and shows.
  6. Virtual Currency

    Bitcoin Briefly Dips Below $6,000 to 12-Week Low

    Worries about increased regulation and price manipulations sparked the latest bitcoin plunge.
  7. Tech

    Elon Musk's SpaceX to Launch World's Most Powerful Rocket Today

    The Falcon Heavy will send an old Tesla Roadster sports car into Mars’ orbit.
  8. Investing

    Tesla to Build World's Largest Virtual Power Plant in South Australia

    The tech company’s solar panels and batteries are expected to reduce energy bills by 30 percent.
  9. Investing

    Broadcom to Raise Its Qualcomm Offer to $120B: Reports

    Qualcomm’s board isn't expected to be impressed by the new bid, but could come under pressure from disgruntled investors.
  10. Investing

    Global Smartphone Shipments Suffered Biggest Ever Fall Last Quarter

    Neil Mawston, executive director at Strategy Analytics, warned that global iPhone volumes will continue to decline until ...
  11. Investing

    Starbucks Hopes New Credit Card Will Boost Loyalty, Stimulate Sales

    The coffee chain has launched a new branded credit card in order to jolt sales.
  12. Tech

    Elon Musk's Flamethrowers Sold Out in Days Bringing in $10M

    The $10 million will be used to help bankroll the construction of tunnels under parts of Los Angeles and the Baltimore-Washington ...
  13. Investing

    Tesla Raising Over $500M With Debt Backed By Vehicle Leases

    Demand for the bonds has been so strong that the electric car maker has already begun to slash yields.
  14. Virtual Currency

    Japan's Biggest Messaging App Is Launching a Cryptocurrency Exchange

    Line wants to offer users the option to trade digital currencies, but could face resistance from increasingly cautious regulators.
  15. Investing

    Apple iPhone Prices Will Plateau in Line With Industry Trends: BMO

    BMO cut the stock to hold and has become the latest brokerage to predict slowing iPhone sales.