Douglas A. McIntyre

Douglas A. McIntyre is the co-founder, chief executive officer and editor in chief of 24/7 Wall St. and 24/7 Tempo. He has held these jobs since 2006.

McIntyre has written thousands of articles for 24/7 Wall St. He is an expert on corporate finance, the automotive industry, media companies and international finance. He has edited articles on national demographics, sports, personal income and travel.

His work has been quoted or mentioned in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, NBC News, Time, The New Yorker, HuffPost USA Today, Business Insider, Yahoo, AOL, MarketWatch, The Atlantic, Bloomberg, New York Post, Chicago Tribune, Forbes, The Guardian and many other major publications. McIntyre has been a guest on CNBC, the BBC and television and radio stations across the country.

A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College, McIntyre also was president of The Harvard Advocate. Founded in 1866, the Advocate is the oldest college publication in the United States., and Edgar Online are some of the public companies for which McIntyre served on the board of directors. He was a Vicinity Corporation board member when the company was sold to Microsoft in 2002. He served on the audit committees of some of these companies.

McIntyre has been the CEO of FutureSource, a provider of trading terminals and news to commodities and futures traders. He was president of Switchboard, the online phone directory company. He served as chairman and CEO of On2 Technologies, the video compression company that provided video compression software for Adobe’s Flash. Google bought On2 in 2009.

Lastest Stories by Douglas A. McIntyre

Layoffs in the travel and entertainment industry could upend the economic recovery. The process already has begun and is certain to spread.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, some NFL teams may have played fewer games than others by the end of the season. That would upend all of the rounds of the playoffs.
Harvard University's endowment value of nearly $42 billion apparently is not enough to make certain all Harvard's employees stay in place.
For some reason, a comeback for nearly every business with doors, seats, tables and rooms was in the offing. Layoffs at Disney theme parks have put a flame to that.
A new program means to fight online anti-Semitism with artificial intelligence. Could this be used at Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms?
The upcoming Amazon Prime Day and the fourth quarter will demonstrate the advantage the e-commerce behemoth has over brick-and-mortar retailers, including its largest rival.
Almost 6 million Americans 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s disease. In one state, the number is expected to increase by a third in the next five years.'s annual Prime Day officially runs over October 13 and October 14. However, Amazon Prime Day sales begin today for Prime members, a clever tactic.'s annual Prime Day will run over October 13 and October 14 and will include a million items on sale.
This year, at the current rate, gun sales will be close to 40 million, based on current trends in FBI background checks.
Carrier Global Corp. (NYSE: CARR) is in several boring businesses. It only went public on April 3. However, it is the best performing stock among the S&P 500, higher by 153%, while the index is... Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) will use drones to deliver packages to people’s homes and businesses. It has introduced one that can be used for home security. The e-commerce company sells one to...
By a count of confirmed COVID-19 cases relative to the total size of the population, Peru is the nation hurt the most by far.
Can Apple sell 350 million iPhone 12s in the next 36 months? Beyond the teetering economy, as 5G proliferates and Apple releases multiple models, the wind is at its back.
While the current recession may rob many people in the United States of their opportunity to have the American dream in their future, for the residents in one place, that chance is close to zero.