When the GT350R first thundered onto the scene in 2016, the biggest point of praise was the 5.2-liter V8 engine that powers the Shelby.
The Great Recession claimed my business, along with hundreds of thousands of other once-thriving companies in the span of two years. Here is what I learned to prepare for the next economic downturn.
The cost gap between electric cars like the Nissan Leaf and traditional cars like the Nissan Maxima is shrinking, making the car-buying decision for a millennial or Gen Z consumer who cares about climate change easier.
Underground apps such as TeaTV are showing new release films and HBO shows, and siphoning ad dollars from creators and legit content sites.
The massive American Dream is opening in the last county in the country where commercial shopping is prohibited on Sundays: Bergen County, N.J.
“You can see how investment in the UK has fallen off a cliff, and that is not good as a dynamic part of the economy,” UBS Chairman Axel Weber told CNBC.
For over a year, Icahn and his son have been negotiating the terms of the agreement, leading to a roughly 90-page contract.
Kevin Kleinman, a financial advisor with Blue Haven Capital, said that the “noise as marketing” strategy is likely less effective when it comes to selling a product like a video game, and more suited to promoting a short-term experience, such as a movie
On investing, Sabathia advised young players to triple-check everything, have people look over their portfolio and try to diversify.
Since the beginning of the decade, a partial list of EV failures includes Bright Automotive, AMP, Aptera, Coda, Detroit Electric, Fisker Automotive and LeEco.
More than half of Americans agree that “thinking about my personal finances can make me feel anxious.” Financial stress can take a toll on our heath.
The frightful bond-market inversion is over for now. But you may want to hold off on the Dom Perignon and party hats.
Jim Cramer preps for a jam-packed week of earnings, saying it’s time to replace Netflix with Microsoft in FAANG and suggests investing in financials.
“At this point in earnings season, you should simply try to stop, look and listen,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he’s giving his answers to callers’ stock questions at rapid speed.