Month: June 2018

To understand the 2019 BMW X4, it helps to start with BMW’s naming parlance. Odd-numbered vehicles represent traditional four-door sedans and SUVs, while the even-numbered ones take after two-door coupes. Sometimes they have that many doors, but mostly they adopt a swoopy, fastback-style roofline. That happens to be the case with this fully redesigned second-generation
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Tesla may start turning a profit as early as this year, automotive analyst Jamie Albertine told CNBC. “Based on what we’re seeing in the trajectory of production, we think they will be profitable on a non-gap basis later this year,” Albertine said Friday on “Power Lunch.” “We think we’ll be testing $385 [price target], on
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Domino’s Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle will step down from his post this weekend but analyst Matthew DiFrisco told CNBC that the company has the right recipe for continued success. “Personalized marketing is the key,” DiFrisco, managing director at Guggenheim Securities, said on “Power Lunch” Friday. “They’re combining the digital investment with value proposition and also
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Union Square Ventures has big plans to profit on a potential trillion-dollar business in blockchain and crypto in 10 years. But those plans won’t include starting a separate fund, according to a top executive. “We’re not planning to do it,” Albert Wenger, managing partner at Union Square Ventures told CNBC. “We see a lot of
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McLaren is bringing the Longtail moniker back for the new 600LT, a track-oriented supercar with more power, less weight and more tail. On the Coattails of HistoryThe all-new 2019 McLaren 600LT is the fourth McLaren in the Longtail lineage, which starts with the legendary (not to mention legendarily expensive) McLaren F1 GTR Longtail. When it
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Each year, more than 200,000 U.S. military veterans return to civilian life after serving our country in uniform. According to the Small Business Administration, 10 percent of veterans would like to own their own business. Veterans are disciplined, well-trained leaders. With access to capital and business training, their success rates as small business owners are
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Home / 6 Technology Features That Make the 2019 Ram 1500 a New Breed of Pickup Share This Page New Car Reviews and Road Tests “, “theme”: “classic”, “width”:”734px”, “height”:”371px” }; var routine = function() { EDM.Panel.Modal.show(popAdcontext); var explainButton = document.getElementById(‘adblock-explain’); explainButton.onclick = function() { var contextExplain = { “width”:”900px”, “height”:”470px”, “theme”:”classic”, “content”:” ” +
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Egypt’s experience at this year’s FIFA tournament — its first World Cup qualification in 28 years — holds important lessons that can help it and other emerging nations fulfill their economic potential, El-Erian argued in an op-ed published on Project Syndicate. One major takeaway from the team’s performance is finishing the job, the Allianz chief
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Jeans — “Unilateral tariff impositions risk retaliation and destabilizing the global economy, in which case American brands, workers and consumers will ultimately suffer,” Levi Strauss said in an emailed statement to Bloomberg, according to a May report. The article added that Levi Strauss pledged to work with peers in the industry to show U.S. and
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2016 Toyota Prius: Monthly Update for April and May 2018 by Cameron Rogers, Staff Writer Where Did We Drive It?Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: “The Prius spent [insert month here] mostly commuting around the Greater Los Angeles area.” Until now, we’ve mostly driven our 2016 Toyota Prius as most Prius owners do:
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Citibank is closing down branches in its fastest-growing region — but the American banking group said that’ll actually help it do better than ever. The lender’s consumer business in Asia, its largest outside North America, registered its seventh consecutive quarter of growth in the first three months of 2018. Underpinning that momentum is the growth
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Luke Sharrett | Bloomberg | Getty Images A Pier 1 Imports retail store stands in Louisville, Kentucky. Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Shares of Pier 1 Imports plummeted more than 15 percent in extended-hours trading after the retailer reported weak sales. The popular home decor company saw same-store sales drop 8.2 percent,
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Nominated by President Ronald Reagan and sworn in in 1988, Kennedy became a swing vote on the nine-member court. He often sided with his liberal colleagues, including in the landmark ruling that recognized same-sex marriage in 2015. “No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice
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The iconic motorcycle company Harley-Davidson is running out of options on how to respond to a mix of declining sales and potentially devastating tariffs, Jaime Katz, senior equity analyst at Morningstar, told CNBC. She said moving some of its operations overseas may be the logical solution. “In order to fail to alienate their consumers overseas,
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