HELLO SATURDAY!! (And Hello Friends!)
Ready to unwind and 'Rewind'? I know I am! And boy, what a week we had at TheStreet AND in Columbus, Ohio. I just got back from the @AIMExpo 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. It was motorcycles, motorcycles and more motorcycles. The show is just getting underway, but I was lucky enough to see (and ride) during the trade and media days with some help and guidance from The Motorcycle Industry Council! (Thank you @TyvanHooydonk and Andria Yu @SixSpeedSis for all of your help and my introduction to riding at Sturgis in 2016!).
Be on the look out over the weekend and next week for a slew of savage videos highlighting everything from the most expensive motorcycle we could find (over $50k), to the baddest custom cycles to the hottest bikes from Harley-Davidson, BMW, Indian, Kawasaki and more. My producer/shooter/editor/extraordinaire Vanessa Fayzulin and I will be posting some great pictures and videos over the weekend so be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram.
Did it strike you as unusual that two women covered the motorcycle event for TheStreet? Well, don't be too surprised. There's a whole community of female motorcycle riders out there! I meet some of them over the past few days. These women embody #AlphaRising and you will meet them in the coming weeks! I was lucky enough to be among the motorcycle expo group that got a rare tour of Honda's secretive R&D facility. Along the way I met some of Honda's top female engineers and heard first hand how women can positively impact a company's bottom line. Be sure to catch their stories in next week's TheStreet Rewind newsletter.
Ok, so now back to what you missed last week.
Remember heavy metal's Megadeth? The band's frontman, Dave Mustaine, talks wine with our David Marcus (see full video below). Here's a fun bit of trivia, Mustaine named each bottle after a Megadeth song! If you're an 80's kid you know the set list: 'Holy Wars.. The Punishment Due', 'Peace Sells' and 'In My Darkest Hour' to name a few! He was quite a draw at the NYSE!
Among the CEO's visiting TheStreet's headquarters at 14 Wall Street: Norwegian Air's CEO reveals how to get a really, really cheap fare to Europe
First on TheStreet: Brian Sozzi speaks exclusively with P&G CEO David Taylor about the company, cool new products and an ugly board battle with activist investor Nelson Peltz.
And PayPal's CEO Dan Schulman was in the house. The company's stock has been on a tear this year for several reasons. Chief among them is that the company is reinventing itself in the age of digital payments. Watch Brian Sozzi's full interview below and read his article here.
Alright, time for me to have a cup of coffee and suit up for the farmer's market at Boscobel House and Gardens near Cold Spring, New York. Last week, I loaded up my motorcycle backpack full of fresh cut zucchini blossoms and herbs from Rogowski Farm! They made for a delicious ricotta stuffed, beer battered appetizer last weekend. I wonder, what my #SaturdayMorningRide will turn up this weekend? Stay tuned.
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More great videos next week!
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Go Inside PayPal's Big Reinvention
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