Feckless Driving? Despite Gas Prices, Americans Smash Records By Buying Big, Expensive Vehicles
People are going hog wild on expensive new cars, at high interest rates, and burning up all the pricey gas they want. What could possibly go wrong?
Allegedly Fake Companies Allegedly Bought Some Very Real, Very Fast Rides
Mustafa Qadiri (allegedly) knows what we’re talking about.
In These Chaotic Times, We Can Still Rely On Tesla To Post A Solid Quarterly Loss
You are our constant, Elon Musk.
As A New Year Dawns, Tesla Remains A Drama Company That Sometimes Makes A Few Cars
If Tesla still can't make enough cars, why was Elon acting so performatively crazy in 2018?
Bill Ackman's New Office Location Suggests That He Is Considering Turning Pershing Square Into A Luxury Car Dealership
What's it gonna take for Billy Acks to take you out of Herbalife and into this cherry BMW sedan?
New Tesla Model Is So Cool That You Literally Can't Even Get Into It
A car that you can just get into? Boooooooring.
Former Citigroup VP Who Helped Himself To $23 Million Gets 8 Years
Nobody fucks with Count Vikula! Former Citigroup Vice President Gary Foster was sentenced to 97 months in prison for embezzling almost $23 million from the bank, according to federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, New York. Foster pleaded guilty to bank fraud in September, admitting that he transferred money from various Citigroup accounts to his own at JPMorgan Chase. He concealed his activities by making false accounting entries, according to the government. He used the money to buy real estate and luxury sports cars, including a Ferrari and a Maserati, prosecutors said. The government has seized or restrained property from Foster valued at a total of $14 million. “I executed a scheme to defraud Citigroup,” Foster told U.S. District Judge Eric Vitaliano at his plea hearing last year in Brooklyn. “I directed funds to be wired into my personal account at JPMorgan.” Ex-Citigroup Executive Gets 8 Years For Embezzlement [Bloomberg]