Daniel B. Kline

Daniel B. Kline

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Daniel B. Kline is an accomplished writer and editor who has worked for Microsoft on its Finance app and The Boston Globe, where he wrote for the paper and ran the Boston.com business desk. His latest book, "Worst Ideas Ever," (Skyhorse) can be purchased at bookstores everywhere.



Recent articles

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CG: Why Retail Footprint Matters

Regardless of more people moving online, why brick-and-mortar stores are still important.


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Why Investors Don't Fear a Stock Market Crash

Traders, however, have a lot to be worried about.


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A Deep Dive Into Etsy

Our hosts take a closer look at one of the most successful companies in the e-commerce space.


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4 Retail Makeovers

A look at how four retailers are evolving and charting the way ahead.


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4 Consumer Goods Stocks to Watch

Our hosts discuss some successful, yet under-the-radar, consumer goods winners.

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What You Can Learn About Business From Taylor Swift

The high-powered recording artist has been very shrewd when it comes to making money.


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How These 3 Stocks Beat Wall Street Expectations

Three positive earnings reports, although one warrants a discussion.


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Is Now the Right Time to Buy Stocks?

Market volatility and uncertain times make it a scary choice for some.


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How T-Mobile Became the Second-Largest U.S. Carrier

The company continues to gain market share in the highly competitive telecom space.


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Why Planet Fitness Will Survive the Recession

Revenue in the second quarter was down significantly from a year ago, so what makes this gym operator a great investment?

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A Deep Dive Into Planet Fitness

An affordable gym option in an increasingly unhealthy country.


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Why Kodak Stock Skyrocketed

Kodak’s stock went up substantially, shocking everyone. Does this mean the company is back in business?


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Should I Buy Amazon Stock?

The online giant's share price has topped $3,000.


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How Retail Bankruptcies Have Shifted Consumer Spending

Our hosts look at the newest round of retail bankruptcies and the reasons behind them.


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Should I Buy Stocks? 3 Tips for Investing During the Pandemic

There's a big difference between being a trader and being an investor.

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How Retailers Are Innovating During COVID-19

Discover some key innovations happening in the retail and consumer goods space right now.


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How Cord-Cutting Has Lost Its Relevance

As streaming services' prices creep higher and the media universe grows more fragmented, the arguments in favor of giving up cable are getting weaker.


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Here's Why We're Headed for a Stock Market Crash

And here's why you shouldn't worry too much about it.


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Why You Need This Stock on Your Radar

This retailer has outperformed the broader market by 5 times over the past decade.


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2 Stocks Poised for Post-Pandemic Comebacks

Eventually COVID-19 will pass, and these two companies will be set to soar.