Ruben Ramirez is the Head of Video at The Street, where he oversees video content at TheStreet.com, MainStreet.com and TheDeal.com. Ruben was previously a correspondent and National Assignment Editor for PBS' Nightly Business Report (NBR). Before joining NBR, he was a reporter and producer at Reuters Television covering business and financial news around the world and played a key role in the coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Prior to joining Reuters, Ruben was a producer at CNN and CNN Financial News, where he was part of the network`s Emmy-Award winning coverage of 9/11. Ruben began his career at ABC News in New York working for Good Morning America and World News Tonight Weekend.
Ford Motor says it is bringing back two iconic nameplates back to the U.S. market.
Diageo says the great thing about the holidays is that consumers tend to mix it up and not stick to one signature drink during the season.
Millions of Americans will likely head to their local retailers on Friday to try and take advantage of sales, but not every item will be a great deal.
Investors in biotech stocks appear to be happy with a Trump win and Mizuho's senior biotech analyst says companies in the sector could continue to climb in 2017.
Audi is set to bring the A5/S5 sportback to the U.S. in 2018 in an effort to reach a buyer looking for more "sex appeal."
Ford hopes its new subcompact SUV will bring millennials and empty nesters to the brand when it hits dealershps in early 2018.
Cypress Semiconductor's CEO Hassane El-Khoury says the company's restructuring plan is on track and says there is big opportunity in autonomous cars and the internet of things.
The election of Donald Trump could lead markets to a year-end rally but will also likely add to volatility of global markets because of anti-establishment sentiment in Europe.
Trump's acceptance speech hints at big plans for infrastructure stimulus spending, but getting any plan through congress will likely be a challenge.
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