Old, Addled WSJ Board Member Flips Out Over NYC's Bike-Sharing Program

The rich have a complicated relationship with New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. They enjoy that he has developed a city that caters almost exclusively to them, but hate that it is almost exclusively theirs. There are now also those pesky little plebeians riding around on their brand-new bicycles (read: death… » 6/01/13 2:44pm 6/01/13 2:44pm

Take A Look At How Jim Glickenhaus Stands Up To Ferrari

Jim Glickenhaus is pretty much the person that we want to grow up to be. He has the means to not only collect some of the most significant cars of all time, but he also builds his own icons and drives them. » 10/19/12 10:00am 10/19/12 10:00am

Why Is New York City's New Outer Borough Taxi This Sickly Shade Of…

The main goal of the new "Boro Taxi" — cabs that'll respond to street hails in the vast parts of New York that aren't Manhattan (the outer boroughs) — is to make it distinct from the common yellow cab. In that respect, the recently unveiled cab color succeeds. It is distinctly not yellow. But why does it have to look… » 4/30/12 10:30am 4/30/12 10:30am

Tesla Motors Is Not Worth One Half Of GM

In the most ludicrously irrelevant valuation metric ever, Bloomberg's quoting former Tesla Motors CEO Martin Eberhard saying Tesla's worth one half the value of GM. Well, it's actually Tesla's "implied value" versus GM's "market value." Bloomberg, however, seems more interested in the claim's "shock value." We love it. [ » 5/22/09 3:30pm 5/22/09 3:30pm