Shake Shack is aiming for a $1 billion valuation for its IPO, which the burger restaurant filed last week. Here's a look at what the Shake Shack IPO offers potential investors.
Uber expanded aggressively last year, but it faced a glut of growing pains and PR disasters along the way. Following allegations of Uber drivers sexually assaulting passengers in Boston and Chicago, the ride-sharing service has updated its app safety features for those cities.
What will 2015 mean for travelers? Better access to wifi, harder airline upgrades, and new travel hotspots are just a few of the things you should expect this year.
Nissan and Honda reported auto sales gains last month, pushing both Japanese automakers to record numbers for 2014. Nissan's auto sales grew 11 percent for the year to 1.39 million to set an annual record for the company. Honda says its sales rose 1 percent for the year to 1.54 million cars and trucks.
German luxury carmakers are finally taking notice of the success of the Tesla Motors Model S. Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche are all planning for electric cars that will compete with Tesla Motors.
Germany currently offers few incentives for electric cars, but the government hopes to change that policy – including the construction of a large network of electric car charging stations.
Tesla supporters commonly assume state auto-dealer lobbyists work with Republican legislators to enact laws banning direct sales of Tesla's electric cars to retail buyers. But is it true?
2014 has been a great year for burger lovers, and 2015 promises to be even better. Here are some of the past year’s high- and low-lights in the burger world.
Retirement contributions for young workers face serious headwinds, and it will be difficult for them to retire as comfortably as their parents. Flat housing prices, declining wage participation, student loan debt, and declining Social Security benefits are all getting in the way of robust retirement contributions.
What will the US economy do in 2015? Here are economists' best guesses on the job market, stocks, housing, and more in the New Year.
401(k) fees can take a dent out of your retirement savings if your funds are actively managed. For those who would like to stop these fees and charges, the Solo 401(k) plan is the answer.
If you are a retiree with a traditional 401(k) or IRA, there may be a window of opportunity for you to convert a significant portion to a Roth IRA tax-free. You can take advantage of this Roth IRA conversion if you’re not working, not yet living off your retirement savings, and not yet drawing Social Security.
Diesel vehicles as a whole cost more over the long run than their gasoline equivalents, but diesel can pay off if you're considering a luxury model. Here are five examples.