Jennifer Saba is a columnist covering media, Silicon Valley and Wall Street based in New York. She joined Breakingviews in 2015 from Reuters where she was a correspondent reporting on companies like Fox, News Corp and the New York Times. Jennifer has covered media for more than 15 years in San Francisco and New York. She began her career in advertising. She has a graduate degree in journalism from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree in English from The University of Texas.
Several federal agencies and dozens of states have challenged big, powerful firms, including tech giants like Facebook. Breakingviews lays out who can do what, when, and with what chance of success when the endgame depends on courts where companies get a sympathetic ear.
Both the video streaming service and the giant U.S. lender left the lockdown with more customers, cash and competition. JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon is doing small deals in new fields to help fend off rivals. Netflix may want to follow his script.
MSP Recovery dogs insurance firms for healthcare payments the government was forced to pick up. In a dysfunctional U.S. industry, that’s a smart mission. But it’s complex, hard to value and has no real peers. That, plus other unanswered questions, calls for a very strong stomach.