Ford takes on Toyota with lower-priced hybrid DETROIT (AP) - Ford is taking on Toyota in the hybrid market. Ford Motor Co. said Thursday that its new C-Max hybrid small minivan will have a base price of $25,995 when it goes on sale this fall. That's $500 less than Toyota's Prius V wagon. Ford says the ... 05/17/2012 - 8:44 am | View Link
Ford Hybrid C-Max Gives Toyota Prius V A Run For Its Money DETROIT -- Ford is taking on Toyota in the hybrid market. Ford Motor Co. said Thursday that its new C-Max hybrid small minivan will have a base price of $25,995 when it goes on sale this fall. That's $500 less than Toyota's Prius V wagon. 05/16/2012 - 6:03 pm | View Link
Ford takes on Toyota with lower-priced hybrid DETROIT (AP) -- Ford is taking on Toyota in the hybrid market. Ford Motor Co. said Thursday that its new C-Max hybrid small minivan will have a base price of $25,995 when it goes on sale this fall. That's $500 less than Toyota's Prius V wagon. 05/16/2012 - 4:57 pm | View Link
Ford bullish on replacement for Taurus Five Hundred will be joined by the Ford Fusion for '06, a smaller, lower-priced midsize sedan that will offer a ... Chevy, Nissan, Honda and Toyota don't have it in their cars. Chrysler is getting it in the 300 sedan this fall, but it adds ... 09/11/2004 - 1:00 pm | View Link
COMPANY NEWS; Ford's Jaguar Bet: Payoff Isn't Close Instead, they buy cars like the BMW 5-series, Toyota's Lexus, Nissan's Infiniti and ... The success of a new, lower-priced model will largely determine whether Ford made a correct bet when it bought Jaguar in late 1989, with money that was ... 04/20/1992 - 1:00 pm | View Link
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Last week I profiled 16 retail-oriented companies pre-earnings on Dec. 2 and Wednesday. Today I provide a scorecard for the eight that did not go to the earnings woodshed. Discount retailer Dollar General beat earnings estimates and traded to a new all-time intra-day high at $61.20 on Monday.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The 3-D printing space is rapidly changing industries, as more companies begin to realize the benefits of making their own parts, cutting costs, and expanding into new fields. Stratasys is the "behemoth" in the 3-d printing industry and it's only poised to get bigger, according to one analyst.
The stock market rally of 2013 has been all about going with the flow. Last week's -0.10% decline in the S&P was the first weekly down close since October. As of yesterdays close the S&P is up 27% and up 167% since making its March 2009 low. We believe we have done our best to stay in the bull camp this year and we have avoided the pitfalls of many false starts.
Crude Oil futures are primed and ready for a major breakout opportunity, which could be worth three points in the near term, and as much as 13 points over the next five to ten weeks. Here are the levels to watch for what could become the next big Crude Oil gusher.
3-Day Narrow Range
Taking a look at the January 2014 contract of Crude Oil futures (CLF4) shows price has formed a very narrow 3-day range that spans just $1.06.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Holiday parties always tempt us to blow off steam, even if it's in front of bosses and co-workers, and that could be a problem.
According to Eventbrite.com, the office party is the holiday social event U. S. adults are most likely to attend (followed by New Year's Eve parties).
But it's also the event employers may fear most.
Keisha-Ann Gray, a partner at Proskauer's Employment Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group, says that for employers, holiday parties may be "legal nightmares" resulting from "negligence or harassment" claims.
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"What if a supervisor behaves inappropriately with a junior employee?" Gray says.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Six months after Lululemon Athletica's CEO Christine Day announced her intention to resign, shares of the yoga and apparel maker were rising after the company announced her replacement.
Lululemon said that Laurent Potdevin, most recently the president of TOMS Shoes, the socially responsible company known for matching every pair of shoes purchased with a pair of shoes for a needy child, would be its new CEO and a member of its board.