Ross Tucker

    Ross Tucker

    Ross Tucker has been a financial journalist for more than a decade, with experience covering a wide range of global industries. Prior to joining Yahoo! Finance, he was the markets and news editor at TheStreet. As an editor and reporter for Women’s Wear Daily, Tucker covered global trade and manufacturing issues and the textile industry. He also covered legal issues and the global counterfeiting trade.

  • Hunter to 'consider all sides' after spending $350K to kill rare rhino

    A hunter who bid $350,000 for the right to hunt an endangered black rhino has taken to Facebook to discuss the situation.

  • Homeless former colonel's story illustrates broad problems facing U.S. vets

    Retired Air Force Col. Robert Freniere served for 30 years, but has been unable to find a job and currently lives out of his van.

  • When you order fish, do you really know what you're eating?

    Consumers are starting to buy more seafood, but they may not really be getting the type of fish they paid for.

  • How 'Big Grocery' is starting to bite consumers

    Mergers and acquisitions of grocery store chains and food companies are eliminating competition and could be driving prices higher, according to a new study.

  • Kiss Your Bananas Buh-Bye

    A fungus devastating banana crops in Africa and the Middle East could wipe out global supplies if it reaches Latin America.

  • Twitter Owes You Money. Here's How to Find Out How Much

    A new tool will tell you how much you, and your tweets, are worth to newly public Twitter.

  • Selfies with a splash of serious safety issues

    Taking selfies while driving can be added to the list of irresponsible things people do behind the wheel.

  • Attenborough explains Miley Cyrus' twerk heard round the world

    Still trying to figure out what twerking is? Naturalist Sir David Attenborough can help.

  • Obamacare Bungle Buries Brooklyn Cupcake Shop

    Another day, another glitch in the already bungled rollout of Obamacare. This time, the victim is Brooklyn Cupcake. Sisters Carmen Rodriguez and Gina Madera offer Puerto Rican and Italian-inspired flavors, and their shop was rated as one of the best … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/10/30/obamacare-bungle-buries-brooklyn-cupcake-shop/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • New Jersey $28 billion short on Hurricane Sandy recovery

    A study by Rutgers University shows New Jersey needing another $28.4 billion to recover from Hurricane Sandy

  • Hunt a Rare Rhino So You Can Save Rare Rhinos

    The Dallas Safari Club plans to auction off a special permit to hunt one endangered black rhino.

  • New Ad: Drink Anything Other Than a Coke

    Coca-Cola (KO) has found itself the target of yet another anti-obesity campaign. According to AdAge, the Horizon Foundation of Howard County, Md. has put Coke’s iconic red can front-and-center in a commercial aimed at getting people to switch to healthier … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/10/21/new-ad-drink-anything-other-than-a-coke/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • Scout Leaders May Face Charges Over Boneheaded Boulder Blunder

    A group of Boy Scout leaders may face charges after tipping a boulder in a Utah state park.

  • Thieves Bolt With Bounty of Beloved Bourbon

    Some 65 cases of prized Pappy Van Winkle bourbon, worth $26,000, have been stolen from the distillery.

  • Oreos the Next Target in the War on Drugs

    A new study has found Oreos may be just as addictive as cocaine.

  • Heidi Klum Misses the Cut on Stroller Design

    Heidi Klum has been successful in a variety of pursuits -- supermodel, designer, spokesperson, television host -- but she appears to have missed the cut when it comes to stroller design. Consumer Reports on Thursday issued a "don't buy" rating … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/10/10/heidi-klum-misses-the-cut-on-stroller-design/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • McDonald’s Putting Books in Happy Meals

    McDonald's is bumping out toys in its iconic happy meals in favor of books -- at least for a limited time. According to a report from AdAge, America's favorite burger chain will offer four "original children's books carrying a nutritional … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/10/09/mcdonalds-putting-books-in-happy-meals/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • How CVS Birthed the ‘Receipts Are Too Damn Long’ Party

    The latest sign of society's downfall is finally getting the attention it deserves. Like Occupy Wall Street before it, the embers of change are first being stoked across social media. The problem? To paraphrase the great Jimmy McMillan, the Receipts … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/08/22/how-cvs-birthed-the-receipts-are-too-damn-long-party/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • 5 Top Stocks of the Week

    Editors Note: The list of top stocks is derived from the quote pages that received the most views on Yahoo! Finance by examining data for the current week. It is not, however, a list of the most searched-for tickers or … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/07/19/5-top-stocks-of-the-week-july-19/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>

  • Apple’s Goodwill Fades, Yet It Holds Fast Among Top Stocks

    Editors Note: The list of top stocks is derived from the quote pages that received the most views on Yahoo! Finance by examining data for the current week. It is not, however, a list of the most searched-for tickers or … <a href="http://blog.tools.news.yahoo.com/the-exchange/2013/06/07/5-top-stocks-of-the-week-june-7/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>