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Stanley Black & Decker CEO: Taking Craftsman From Sad Shape to Made in America

Stanley Black & Decker CEO: Taking Craftsman From Sad Shape to Made in America

Stanley Black & Decker celebrates a milestone Thursday in re-launching the historic Craftsman tools brand. TheStreet talks about the reboot with Stanley Black & Decker CEO James Loree.

Tesla Is Already Getting to Work on Its China Factory

Tesla Is Already Getting to Work on Its China Factory

Tesla is hiring in Shanghai, showing that the automaker is taking steps to begin its Gigafactory 3 project.

Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan on Design Changes in the Workplace

Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan on Design Changes in the Workplace

Cogan told TheStreet the biggest change in the workplace is how people are working as companies shift to a more collaborative work environment.

Deere, Farm Equipment Stocks Gain in Trump Plan to Aid Farmers

Deere, Farm Equipment Stocks Gain in Trump Plan to Aid Farmers

Trump's plan to aid farmers who've been hurt by his administration's tariffs are boosting farmers equipment stocks.

Harley-Davidson to Report After Enduring Trump Tariff Tirade

Harley-Davidson to Report After Enduring Trump Tariff Tirade

The motorcycle-maker is expected to report earnings of $1.41 per share on revenue of $1.42 billion.

Honeywell Gains Most in More Than Two Years on Growth Prospects

Honeywell Gains Most in More Than Two Years on Growth Prospects

Aerospace unit remains workhorse with 8% year-over-year growth, while the future potential for safety and product solutions impresses analysts thanks to a budding customer relationship with Amazon.

Could Tesla's Model 3 Be the Best-Selling Sedan in the Second Half of 2018?

Could Tesla's Model 3 Be the Best-Selling Sedan in the Second Half of 2018?

If Tesla can produce 5,000 Model 3 sedans a week for the rest of 2018, it should land in the top five for sedan sales in the second half of the year.

Will Tesla Be Able to Produce the $35,000 Model 3?

Will Tesla Be Able to Produce the $35,000 Model 3?

Questions are mounting on whether Tesla can profitably produce the $35,000 Model 3.

Tesla: The Financial Risk of an Unsafe Company

Tesla: The Financial Risk of an Unsafe Company

Tesla's workplace environment has been called into question time and time again.

Can Tesla Even Afford to Produce 500,000 Cars a Year in China?

Can Tesla Even Afford to Produce 500,000 Cars a Year in China?

Tesla plans to open a new plant in Shanghai. What does that mean for the company's bottom line?