Porsche North America CEO Detlev von Platen attributes the brand's consistent sales growth -- 21% in 2013 -- with an investment in new technology and expanded performance dynamics.
On view this week at the New York Auto Show, the Huracan replaces the Gallardo, Lamborghini's highest selling model. CEO Stephan Winkelmann highlights the country where the company is most focused on sales. Hint: it's not Brazil, Russia, India or China.
The rare coin market is steadily growing, highlighted by last year's world-record-breaking sale of a silver dollar for a stratospheric $10 million. That's part of a more widely-spread phenomenon; the U.S. coin market was worth $5 billion in 2013.
The rare coin and currency market is steadily growing, highlighted by last year's world record-breaking sale of a silver dollar for a stratospheric $10 million.
But cultivators need business expertise to thrive.
Senator Joe Manchin calls for the digital currency to be banned in the U.S.
Lauryn Williams and Lolo Jones, American track stars of the summer Olympics who have made the transition to the bobsled team in Sochi, highlight the disparity in earning potential between athletes in popular sports and those in more obscure terrain.
Already a $100 million industry, vaporization has exploded in response to chill attitudes toward marijuana legalization. Seibo Shen, CEO and founder of vaporization technology company VapeXhale, seeks to play off the trend toward health.
Already a $100 million industry, vaporization has exploded over the last year in response to chill attitudes toward marijuana legalization.
To further assert its motto "Driving Performance," BMW North America used a team of engineers to design the new two-man bobsleds for the U.S. men's and women's Olympic teams. And sweet catharsis arrived with Steve Holcomb.