Month: April 2019

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Cars.com illustration by Paul Dolan Thoughts of South Florida’s coastline immediately conjure fantasies of cruising down beach-lined highways in a classic convertible with the breeze blowing through our hair and the warm sun shining overhead. Beachfront cruises are mostly only a fantasy for those of us landlocked folks, but
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Pressure is mounting in Washington D.C. to take action against Facebook’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg for the company’s handling of customer data. Two Democratic senators voiced support for Zuckerberg to be held personally responsible for the company’s privacy fumbles following a Washington Post report that claimed the Federal Trade Commission is considering how to hold
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Late last year, Porsche finally took the wraps off the redesigned 2020 911. As we found when we drove it a few months later, the new 911 Carrera S is “thrillingly fast, telepathically responsive, and wonderfully communicative. It’s all 911, all the time, yet more approachable and trustworthy at the limit than ever before.” Even
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<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Genesis Mint Concept Cars.com photos by Evan Sears In movies like “The Avengers,” the heroes are always saving New York, but in the case of the 2019 New York International Auto Show, it was New York coming to the rescue. Following somewhat lackluster showings in terms of raw automotive
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Thursday’s session signaled that the market is “getting genuinely overexuberant” and the major averages could become wobbly if more IPOs become overvalued in the near future, Cramer said. Pinterest and Zoom made a big splash in their debuts to public markets, while other unicorns like Uber and Slack, among others, sit in the pipeline. The
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<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Cars.com illustration by Paul Dolan Lincoln continued its impressive streak at the 2019 New York International Auto Show of debuting flabbergastingly good, show-worthy SUVs, earning Cars.com’s Best in Show award thrice in a row, this time for the 2020 Lincoln Corsair. Related: More New York Auto Show Coverage Even
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Shares of Intuitive Surgical plummeted more than 6 percent in extended trading Thursday following the release of the company’s disappointing first-quarter earnings. Intuitive Surgical posted earnings per share of $2.61, missing Refinitiv estimates of $2.70. Revenue was in line with estimates at $974 million. Pinterest shares
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Scott Olson | Getty Images In this photo illustration, celebrity gossip dominates the cover of a National Enquirer magazine on April 11, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. American Media said on Thursday it is selling its tabloid the National Enquirer to James Cohen, chief executive officer of Hudson Media. The National Enquirer had admitted to paying
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The revenue Robinhood gets from a controversial practice of selling customer trades to high frequency trading firms is skyrocketing, according to new research. The popular millennial stock-trading app brought in $69 million in order routing revenue in 2018, according to a new estimate from Alphacution Research, three times what the company brought in a year
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At the 2019 New York auto show, Mazda finally made the availability of a diesel engine on the CX-5 official. The engine is a 2.2-liter sequentially turbocharged inline-four making 168 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque that’s spent years in development in an attempt to meet U.S. emissions regulations without urea injection. (Spoiler: It has
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“The original push to pass plan, which said 2016 to 2026, were the bookends. Obviously 2016 was the starting gate, and 2026 was kind of the maximum outside expectation. As we’ve developed over the last two and a half years, identifying the brand, looking at our distribution scheme, looking at our after-sales, financing, all the
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2019 Jaguar F-Type SVR: Monthly Update for March 2019 by Brent Romans, Senior Editor, Written Content Where Did We Drive It?Our 2019 Jaguar F-Type SVR looks cool, sounds great and launches with the ferocity of a starving lion let loose on a gimpy antelope. Interestingly, this Jag differs from the feline version of the jaguar,
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