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Sozzi: The New Ford Police Interceptor Car Is an Intimidating Animal

Unlike in yesteryear when cops would approach wrongdoers with wimpy looking cars that looked like they could be outrun, many police departments are wielding a secret weapon in 2014, a true beast on four wheels: the Ford Interceptor.

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    Plans to build Tesla electric cars and charging stations in China help catapult the American billionaire to stardom.

  • 3 Reasons Why Harley Davidson Shines

    Sales of motorcycles have continued to ride back from the depths of hell known as the Great Recession. Excluding scooters, sales of motorcycles increased 3% in 2013. In units, however, at 465,000 sold last year, the total remained about 50% below the peak hit in 2007. Industry leader Harley Davidson's shareholders have benefited both from the industry recovery and positive headlines emanating from the company. Here we share some little known secrets.

  • Pershing Square and Valeant's Allergan Deal a Watershed for Activism

    Pershing Square Capital Management may be re-writing the rules of activist investing after teaming up with Valeant Pharmaceuticals on a potential takeover of Allergan.

  • Relational's Whitworth Confirms Behind the Scenes Efforts At Mondelez

    Ralph Whitworth of hedge fund Relational Investors said on Tuesday he is working behind the scenes on changes to snacks giant Mondelez MDLZ after the company took Nelson Peltz of Trian Management onto its board in early 2014.

  • European Small-Cap Stocks Are Roaring Back

    After suffering badly in the downturn, European small stocks are benefiting from the recovery.

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3 Reasons Why Harley Davidson Shines

Sales of motorcycles have continued to ride back from the depths of hell known as the Great Recession. Excluding scooters, sales of motorcycles increased 3% in 2013. In units, however, at 465,000 sold last year, the total remained about 50% below the peak hit in 2007. Industry leader Harley Davidson's shareholders have benefited both from the industry recovery and positive headlines emanating from the company. Here we share some little known secrets.

  • Will This Upgrade Help Home Depot (HD) Stock Today?

    BMO Capital upgrades Home Depot (HD) stock to 'outperform' from 'market perform,' citing strong sales outlooks.

  • A Horribly Embarrassing Image For Tim Cook and Apple

    Obsessive attention to detail at the Apple Store appears gone. Somebody needs to bring it back -- now.

  • Square Sale Could Impact Twitter

    Whether Google buys Square or not, it may be beside the point for Twitter. No matter what, the Jack Dorsey chaired micro-blogging site could be impacted by Square's future

  • Jana Partners Timed Safeway Stake Perfectly

    Activist hedge fund Jana Partners couldn't have done a better job timing its over 6% stake in supermarket chain Safeway, as the company was courted by Cerberus-owned Albertsons on a merger.

  • Sozzi: Nike's Fuelband Runs out of Gas

    Nike's decision to scrap its Fuelband wearable device comes as a shock to all tech enthusiasts. In case you missed it, Nike has apparently fired the majority of the team responsible for Fuelband development, a total of 70 out of the 200 that make up the larger Digital Sports division. We share three surprising things that were learned from this shocking decision.

  • Should Amazon Buy Sears?

    If Jeff Bezos thinks he needs thousands of Sears and Kmart stores, Amazon investors and even shoppers should worry.

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  • Relational's Whitworth Confirms Behind the Scenes Efforts At Mondelez

    Ralph Whitworth of hedge fund Relational Investors said on Tuesday he is working behind the scenes on changes to snacks giant Mondelez MDLZ after the company took Nelson Peltz of Trian Management onto its board in early 2014.

  • Regions Shares Rise After Modest Earnings Beat

    Regions Financial shares rose in early trading Tuesday after first quarter earnings beat estimates by a penny as bad loans cost the bank less than analysts expected.

  • Square Sale Could Impact Twitter

    Whether Google buys Square or not, it may be beside the point for Twitter. No matter what, the Jack Dorsey chaired micro-blogging site could be impacted by Square's future

  • Jana Partners Timed Safeway Stake Perfectly

    Activist hedge fund Jana Partners couldn't have done a better job timing its over 6% stake in supermarket chain Safeway, as the company was courted by Cerberus-owned Albertsons on a merger.

  • SunTrust Earnings Up 16% On Cost Cuts

    SunTrust Banks cut costs to report first quarter earnings of $393 million or $0.73 per share on Monday, up 16% versus a year ago and better than analyst estimates despite lower revenues.

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