Michael Sheetz joined CNBC as a News Associate in June 2017, covering breaking news for CNBC.com. He reports primarily for the technology and markets verticals, specializing in commercial space industry coverage.
His career in business journalism began at CNBC in September 2015 as an intern for the Strategic Content team. Michael landed two further internships with CNBC, with the Assignment Desk in January 2016 and the Mad Money production team in January 2017. He is an alumnus of the 2016 Dow Jones News Fund.
In May 2017, Michael graduated as a Founder's Scholar from The King's College with a bachelor of the arts in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, double-minoring in Journalism and Theology. He served as Editor-in-Chief of The Empire State Tribune for three semesters.
Goldman Sachs is replacing Lloyd Blankfein as CEO, the company announced Tuesday, meaning the 63-year-old can finally take advantage of a favorite pastime: Twitter.
Netflix shares were downgraded by Deutsche Bank from buy to hold on Tuesday, after the streaming company's huge second-quarter subscriber miss on Monday.
Morgan Stanley's lead domestic strategist repeated his call for second-quarter earnings reports to lead to lukewarm responses from companies' shares.
UBS swapped out its pick of parcel delivery services Monday.
President Donald Trump began his meeting Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland by saying the pair will have an "extraordinary relationship."
AT&T shareholders aren't likely to enjoy the Justice Department appealing the company's bid for Time Warner, Raymond James wrote in a note to investors Friday.
Shares of PNC Financial Services rose nearly 2 percent in premarket trading Friday after beating estimates in its second-quarter earnings report.
Blue Origin will soon offer tourists a ride to space but only after completing its own crewed flight tests, the company told CNBC on Friday.
Walmart is weighing a bid from Capital One for its credit cards, alongside its current partner Synchrony Financial, according to a Bloomberg report Thursday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin cast doubt Thursday over Harley-Davidson's claim that new tariffs are forcing the company to shift jobs overseas.