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Ford’s Lincoln brand took the wraps off its sexy new Continental luxury sedan, with the hope that a luxury car from the past will reinvigorate future sales.
Toyota’s Lexus, looking to compete directly with Mercedes and BMW, made a splashy debut of its new flagship couple, the LC500, at the Detroit Auto Show.
Worldwide auto sales should grow one to two percent in 2016, according to Carlos Ghosn, president, chairman and CEO of Nissan.
General Motors President Dan Amman said the automaker is confident that its new Chevy Bolt EV will attract buyers, even with low gas prices.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Celgene (CELG) has a great deal of earnings potential in 2017, 'so it's a buy.'
If you want to see the opulent car James Bond drove in the movie Spectre, look no further than Detroit.
German automaker can't reach settlement with U.S. EPA. CEO Mueller headed to U.S. for Washington talks.
Volkswagen Chairman Dr. Herbert Diess took to the stage, apologizing for the emissions scandal, while trying to move forward by showing off a new concept car.
As global growth worries become more pronounced, Chinese real estate buyers are starting to move capital into the Hamptons.
The market for initial public offerings should pick up in early 2016, after considerably slowing at the end of the year.
As many of its vendors weigh the possibility of putting it into bankruptcy involuntarily, upmarket retailer Kitson is already looking to wind down stores and sell its brand.
Crude oil pulled lower again, pushing the energy sector and broader markets into the red on Thursday.
TheStreet looked at stocks that soared under the Federal Reserve’s QE program, and Jim Cramer explains why some shares performed better than others.
Stocks ended higher Monday, though only after a day drifting above and below the flatline.
Although buyers from emerging markets, like China and Russia, and those in the energy sector have stepped away, classic car sales remain strong.
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