Month: November 2018

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Cars.com illustration by Paul Dolan; photo by Christian Lantry Headlights have improved a lot in the past few years, according to a new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The agency says more than half of the 165 model-year 2018 vehicles it’s tested offer headlights rated good
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Dollar General: Cramer expected a strong earnings report from Dollar General, which will issue its quarterly results Tuesday morning. “The best-performing portions of retail this week were the bargain basement operations: Ollie’s, TJX and Burlington Stores. Dollar General fits that bill,” he said. “I see an upside surprise coming.” Autozone: Auto parts retailer Autozone will
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Hyundai is finally moving past a (briefly) confusing naming scheme for its SUVs with the 2020 Hyundai Palisade, revealed at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. The three-row Palisade replaces the Santa Fe XL as the South Korean automaker’s largest SUV, and we finally had a chance to check it out at the show. Related:
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What exactly is it that makes the Porsche 911 so great, generation after generation? The decades since its 1960s debut have been filled with countless positive reviews, yet even so, certain quirks have remained. The engine sits in the wrong place, road noise is an issue, and there are myriad ways to get more power
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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of Haliburton. Karen Finerman was a buyer of the Emerging Markets ETF. Dan Nathan was a buyer of Box. Guy Adami was a buyer of Eli Lilly. Trader disclosure: On November 29, 2018 the following stocks and commodities
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LOS ANGELES, California — Like the New York International Auto Show that capped last season, the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, or L.A. Automobility if you must, remains big and relevant even as all the major exhibitions of new sheetmetal contract. The L.A. debuts included the low-volume halos and icons and the high-volume models that keep the industry running, and
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