Stocks, mutual funds and ETFs are not the only assets attracting attention heading into 2017. High-end furniture, art and fashion are also gaining steam, said 1stdibs CEO David Rosenblatt.
After a nine-day losing streak, U.S. stocks surged Monday as investors priced in a Hillary Clinton victory in Tuesday's presidential election.
The head of Ford's Lincoln division sees more upside ahead for the brand, and is pleased with early sales of the new Continental.
The luxury business is thriving across most categories, according to Stephen Colvin, the CEO of Robb Report.
Auction house Christie's is hoping one rare blue diamond will fetch more than $45 million at an upcoming auction.
You won't believe how much some diamonds are selling for.
On view this week at the New York Auto Show, the Huracan replaces the Gallardo, Lamborghini's highest selling model. CEO Stephan Winkelmann highlights the country where the company is most focused on sales. Hint: it's not Brazil, Russia, India or China.
Auction house Christie's announced sales of more than $7.1 billion for 2013 -- that's a 16% rise from the year before and the highest sales total for any auction house in history.
TheStreet's Jill Malandrino reveals what toys and stocks made the nice list for the 2013 holiday season.
Bill and Larry Sherman share the family history and how the brand's commitment to service, expertise and a passion for authenticity has opened up a whole new generation to a truly special experience.