Elisabeth DeMarse was appointed Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of TheStreet, Inc. in March 2012. From October 2010 to March 2012, Ms. DeMarse was CEO of Newser, LLC, an online news service. Prior to Newser, she was founder and CEO of CreditCards.com Inc., which she created by acquiring the assets of ClickSuccess in Austin, Texas, Freedom Marketing in Colchester, UK, and the acquisition and buildout of numerous credit-related url’s. Previously, Elisabeth transformed iLife.com into Bankrate, Inc., engineering the turnaround of the company, driving exponential growth and creating $450 million in shareholder value. Bankrate was acquired for $560M by APAX in 2009; in August, 2010 Bankrate acquired Creditcards.com Inc. for $145M. Ms. DeMarse spent a decade as chief marketing officer for Bloomberg LP working directly for the founder, Michael Bloomberg, where she was instrumental in the formation of several media properties. She serves on the Board of Directors of AppNexus.
Eric F. Lundberg is Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary of TheStreet, Inc.
Jack Mohr is the Research Director of Action Alerts PLUS, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust portfolio. Within that high-profile role, Jack is responsible for the daily management of the fund where he works closely with Jim Cramer on macro strategy, portfolio construction, and stock selection. In consultation with Jim, he writes daily alerts and weekly summary reports for subscribers. Previously, he's worked with Jim developing stock ideas and strategies for CNBC's Mad Money. Prior to joining TheStreet, Jack worked as an equity research analyst on the top ranked Retail team at Barclays covering the supermarkets, drug stores, dollar stores, and healthy living companies. Jack began his career within Barclays' equity sales and trading division and has a terrific knowledge of both the analysis and trading of all sectors within the stock market. Jack holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Georgetown University, where he served on the Board of Directors as Treasurer of the $17 million Georgetown University Federal Credit Union. He writes for TheStreet and has been featured on CNBC, ABC News, Fox 5 New York, and many other media outlets.
Mr. Chopin is a seasoned technology professional that has spent his entire career in the financial services industry creating and operating sophisticated solutions for the trading, research and information publishing sectors. Most recently, Mr. Chopin was CTO of EDGAR Online where he created advanced analytic and compliance solutions for exchange listed companies.
Prior to EDGAR Online, Mr. Chopin was CTO of E-Tran, Inc., a provider of payment and private label electronic bill-pay solutions to financial institutions. In 1995, Stefan founded Pequot Systems Inc., to develop strategic e- business technology solutions for the financial services community. Pequot was subsequently acquired by iXL Inc. to form the basis of a Financial Services Industry Practice. Mr. Chopin assumed the role of CTO for the Financial Industry Practice at iXL and developed sophisticated trading and web-based wealth management solutions for international banks. Prior to Pequot, he was Vice President of Engineering for Micrognosis, Inc. Micrognosis was a leading provider of high-end trading room solutions for the global financial services community. Mr. Chopin started his career at Singer & Friedlander, Ltd, a UK merchant bank. In 2010, he was awarded two patents relating to the display and analysis of financial information.