Jen Wieczner, Fortune

Jen Wieczner


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Recent articles by Jen:

5 Things Women Can Do to Become CEO of a Company

Here are the 5 things it takes to become a female CEO—according to General Motors' Mary Barra and 25 other Most Powerful Women who did it. → Read More

Hacking Coinbase: The Great Bitcoin Bank Robbery

As Bitcoin and Ethereum prices rise, they've become a target for hackers and thieves. Here's how Coinbase and other firms are fighting back. → Read More

Uber’s Stock Price Plunged After CEO Travis Kalanick Resigned

After Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down in June, mutual fund giants including Vanguard and the Hartford marked down their stakes by 15%. → Read More

Cryptocurrency ICOs Are Making Bitcoin Startups Richer than VCs Ever Did

Cryptocurrency ICOs, or initial coin offerings, have raised almost $1.3 billion in 2017, on track to exceed all VC funding of bitcoin ever. → Read More

When Anthony Scaramucci Called Me and Asked a Bizarre Question About Trump

Before his New Yorker interview, Anthony Scaramucci, Trump's White House communications director, called me to talk about another dinner. → Read More

Sequoia and Andreessen Horowitz Are Secretly Backing This Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund

Andreessen Horowitz, Union Square Ventures and other VCs secretly invested in a hedge fund that has returned 500% with Bitcoin and Ethereum. → Read More

Why Ethereum Is Much More Valuable Than Bitcoin: SoFi CEO

The lending startup thinks it's found a way to use blockchain to make it far easier to buy a home. → Read More

Uber’s CEO Problems Are Hurting the Business, New Board Member Says

Uber's newest board member, TPG Capital's David Trujillo, says former CEO Travis Kalanick left the company with serious problems and risks. → Read More

Hackers Just Stole $7 Million in a Brazen Ethereum Cryptocurrency Heist

Hackers stole $7 million of Ethereum in the CoinDash ICO. It's the first known breach of an initial coin offering, a cryptocurrency trend. → Read More

JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon: Trump Needs to Fix America’s ‘Stupid S–t’

"It's almost an embarrassment being an American citizen," the CEO said. → Read More

Bitcoin Photobombers Crashed Janet Yellen’s Fed Testimony—and Got Paid $10,000

So far they've received more than $10,000 in cryptocurrency for pulling off the stunt. → Read More

BlackRock’s Top Economist Thinks Bitcoin and Ethereum Look Like a Bubble

BlackRock's top economist Richard Turnill thinks the rise in the price of cryptocurrency looks like a bubble that could burst. → Read More

Snapchat IPO Investors Have Now All Lost Money on Snap Stock

Investors in the Snapchat company could disappear later this month. → Read More

Bitcoin and Ethereum Price Has Peaked, Billionaire Says

According to a billionaire with 10% of his money in cryptocurrency. → Read More

FTC Denies Blocking Walgreens-Rite Aid Merger

After Walgreens and Rite Aid pulled their merger, the Federal Trade Commission said they "would have been free to close" the deal after all. → Read More

VC Firm Homebrew Considering an ICO to Raise its Next Fund

Homebrew venture capitalist Satya Patel made a bold declaration. → Read More

Uber’s Stock Was Sinking Before Investors Ousted CEO Travis Kalanick

New documents show a loss of faith among some investors. → Read More

Amazon Is Buying Whole Foods on the Cheap

Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, but it's actually getting a discount: Whole Foods stock had fallen nearly 50% from its peak. → Read More

Bitcoin and Ethereum Just Crashed, Taking Coinbase Down With Them

Just days after the cryptocurrencies hit new highs, Bitcoin and Ethereum prices crashed at least 25%, taking Coinbase down again with them. → Read More

Slime: How to Invest in the Elmer's Glue and Borax Craze

Kids are obsessed with how to make slime, and Fortune 500 companies that make Elmer's glue and borax are profiting as their stocks rise. → Read More