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Larry Kosilla followed his passion to a garage.
Larry Kosilla left a well-paid Wall Street job to start a detailing business for high-end cars. Most of his colleagues frown on the decision. But, New York has a market for everything – how has Larry’s company made it in such a niche market?
Jon Barnes spent thousands making a ride into an experience.
Jon Barnes drives an "Ultimate Taxi". He plays the drums and keyboard while driving around town in a Checker cab full of neon lights. He has been at it for 25 years and given thousands of customers and celebrities the ride of a lifetime.
DeLoreans — the iconic '80s car best known as Doc Brown's time machine in "Back to the Future" — will be manufactured for the first time in more than 30 years
Before you give your two weeks notice, try a "career pilot."
Anti-China sentiment in this election cycle led Blackstone's CEO to launch a Rhodes Scholars-like program.
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman explains why he spent $100 million bringing students to study at an elite college in China.
Motor City may prove that a publicly funded stadium can work wonders.
Christopher Ilitch, president and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, explains how both the Detroit Red Wings and the city wins with his latest development project.