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Ferrari 488 Spider: A 661 Horsepower Rolling Piece of Fine Italian Art

Ferrari 488 Spider: A 661 Horsepower Rolling Piece of Fine Italian Art

The Ferrari 488 Spider is equally fine going 100 miles per hour or stealing the show while driving up to five-star Italian restaurant.

3 Reasons Why Elon Musk Is 100% Right in Wanting to Take Tesla Private

3 Reasons Why Elon Musk Is 100% Right in Wanting to Take Tesla Private

Two hours after tweeting about the possibility of taking Tesla private for $420 a share, the company released a letter Musk wrote to employees about the plan.

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch Has 4 Tips to Getting a Promotion

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch Has 4 Tips to Getting a Promotion

From junior engineer to CEO and Chairman, Welch knows a thing or two about moving up at a company.

Stifel's Veteran Deal-Maker Isn't Too Fixated on the AT&T/Time Warner Deal

Stifel's Veteran Deal-Maker Isn't Too Fixated on the AT&T/Time Warner Deal

Co-President & Head of Stifel's Institutional Group Victor Nesi discusses the outlook for M&A as Wall Street looks at the AT&T and Time Warner deal.

Macy's CEO: We Would Like to Have an Outlet Open Inside Every Store

Macy's CEO: We Would Like to Have an Outlet Open Inside Every Store

Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette was a featured speaker The Deal's corporate governance conference on Thursday. He told us on the sideline that he is bullish on outlet stores, and wants more of them.

Panera Bread Founder Shreds Activist Investing and Short-Term Focused CEOs

Panera Bread Founder Shreds Activist Investing and Short-Term Focused CEOs

Panera Bread founder Ron Shaich left it all on the field at The Deal's corporate governance conference Thursday. In particular, he hit back at activist investors for their short-term focus.

Qualcomm CEO Mollenkopf Talks ZTE, Broadcom, Apple, NXP, 5G and More

Qualcomm CEO Mollenkopf Talks ZTE, Broadcom, Apple, NXP, 5G and More

TheStreet Founder Jim Cramer interviewed Mollenkopf at The Deal's Corporate Governance conference in New York Thursday.

Trump Trade Suffers as President Pursues Peccadillos with Friends

Trump Trade Suffers as President Pursues Peccadillos with Friends

Looks like the U.S. is launching a pointless trade war, after all. Here's what the impact could be for several companies.

The Future of Autonomous Cars Looks Mind-Blowing

The Future of Autonomous Cars Looks Mind-Blowing

The autonomous car space is taking shape literally with each passing day. Investors should be prepared to play in the space.

The Trump Trade Is on Shaky Ground

The Trump Trade Is on Shaky Ground

Good earnings and a favorable outlook are offset by trade worries and executive staffing snafus.