Jen Wieczner, Fortune

Jen Wieczner


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Jen:

The coronavirus bear market is over already? Not so fast

This week's stock-index bounces will have to endure a lot longer to qualify for true bull status. → Read More

Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson, Fortune's most powerful woman in business, will step down

Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin, one of the highest-ranking women in global business, is the latest Fortune 500 female CEO to step down. → Read More

A devastating day leaves the Dow only 210 points from bear market territory

Crashing oil prices and the coronavirus ruined the bull market's birthday Monday, and this cycle may officially have come to a close. → Read More

Montauk: Where fintech dealmakers go to the beach…

Fortune's annual financial technology conference is returning to Montauk, New York, with special guests including Kelly Aucoin of Billions. → Read More

Ramp, a Brex and Amex rival, raises $25 million for a new corporate card

Competing against Brex and American Express, new corporate credit card startup Ramp has a risky strategy to win customers. → Read More

Credit Karma customers report problems withdrawing money from new savings accounts

Companies and customers are learning the difference between banks and startup challengers, as Credit Karma becomes the latest fintech to experience snafus upon entering banking services. → Read More

From SoFi Scandal to Blockchain Unicorn: Cryptocurrency’s Forgiveness of Sexual Misdeeds

Mike Cagney left SoFi under a dark cloud. Now he has found a welcoming home in blockchain, where insensitivity to women is an accepted norm, but he's trying to do better this time. → Read More

When Stocks Are So Expensive, Even Facebook and Warren Buffett Won’t Pay

Facebook and Berkshire Hathaway both lost out in the race to acquire some of tech's biggest targets. → Read More

OECD: Taxes on 'Digital Companies' Are Coming

Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook will likely have to pay more taxes in Europe and elsewhere, said Angel Gurría, secretary-general of the OECD, at the Fortune Global Forum. → Read More

Knocking Down Walls at Goldman Sachs: Can CEO David Solomon Get the Storied Bank to Grow Again?

One year into his tenure, the bank’s new leader is bulldozing the old ways of doing business. → Read More

The Apple Card's Algorithm Goes Both Ways on Women's Credit Limits

A Twitter firestorm led to a formal investigation of the hot new financial product. → Read More

WeWork, Theranos Scandals Haunt Female Startup CEOs

Women-led startups struggle to distance themselves from Theranos, WeWork and other startups that have stumbled. → Read More

Credit Karma Is Launching a Savings Account. But 'High Yield' Is Relative

Credit Karma is the latest fintech firm to launch a high-yield savings account. But with the Federal Reserve cutting interest rates, high-yield savings rates are harder to find. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, and the U.S. Women's Soccer Team Encourage Other Women to Fight for Equal Pay

Fresh off a victory in the World Cup, the U.S. Women's National Team is seizing the moment to fight for pay equity in team sports. → Read More

Gold Should Be More Like Cryptocurrency, Says Barrick Gold COO—The Ledger

Catherine Raw acknowledges gold is losing its appeal among younger investors. She wants to fix that. → Read More

Reality-TV Born Startup Clearbanc Raises $300 Million to Help Companies Buy Instagram Ads

Clearbanc grew out of 'Dragons' Den,' Canada's version of 'Shark Tank.' It's investing $1 billion this year to fund other companies' Facebook and Instagram ads. → Read More

Look Out Crypto Land, Here Comes the IRS—The Ledger

Where finance and technology intersect. → Read More

Financial Data Privacy? Consumers 'Could Care Less'—The Ledger

Where finance and technology intersect. → Read More

Why Away Doesn't Sell Luggage on Amazon

Away's co-founder says one of the travel luggage company's best decisions was not selling its suitcases on Amazon. → Read More

Verizon: U.S. Privacy Laws Needed with 5G

Verizon was the first to launch 5G in the U.S. this spring. Now, the CEO of Verizon Media Group is calling on the U.S. government to regulate privacy. → Read More