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I spent a day on NYC’s Billionaires’ Row. Here’s your ultimate guide to one of Manhattan’s glitziest areas, home to the city...
NYC's Billionaires' Row includes Central Park South, the city's most expensive street, where the median sale price is $9.8 million.
Here’s how Tesla’s cars stack up against the best of the competition from the world’s top automakers
I thought it would be cool to see how Tesla's vehicles stack up against some of the gas-powered competition from Alfa Romeo, BMW, Porsche, and Audi.
Royal Caribbean has a $250 million private island for its cruise passengers that has a 135-foot-tall waterslide — here’s what it looks lik...
In May, Royal Caribbean International opened Perfect Day at CocoCay, a private island in the Bahamas available to passengers on the company's ships.
I used one of Tesla’s Supercharger stations for the first time, and it solved the biggest problem I had when driving the Chevy Bolt and Nissan L...
A Tesla Supercharger station was much easier to find and use than the charging stations I'd used with the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Nissan Leaf.
Around a half-dozen European airlines have closed in 2019, and several more ceased operations in 2017 and 2018.
I toured one of Kentucky’s most legendary horse farms, where horses live in immaculate barns, security teams sweep the grounds at night, and Sec...
Claiborne Farm has produced 10 Kentucky Derby winners and six Triple Crown winners. Legendary racehorses Secretariat and Seabiscuit both lived there.
NHTSA is investigating a claim that a Tesla software update meant to prevent battery fires hurt the range of some Model S and Model X vehicles
Tesla is the subject of a NHTSA investigation into a software update it rolled out to the Model S and Model X earlier this year.
Porsche is so optimistic about the Taycan, its new Tesla rival, that the German sports-car maker is adding thousands of workers to help build it.
Porsche is for now sticking to its original plan to build 20,000 Taycan electric sports cars during the first year of production.
Indianapolis, Portland and Detroit top the list this year, according to the company that's become synonymous with measuring consumer satisfaction.
An $88 million mansion in NYC with a panic room and a saltwater pool has gotten a $26 million price chop over 6 years — take a look inside
The townhouse in New York's Upper East Side, steps from Central Park, was originally listed for $114 million in 2013. Now it's $88 million.