"I don't feel like I can't die, which I like in a car," Noah tells Leno from behind the wheel.
Schwarzenegger shows off his 50-ton tank, which is strong enough to crush a limo.
"I wasn't a millionaire when I started."
It's one of the most famous cars in history but Leno says there's an issue with it.
"You could do 18 holes in about 20 minutes," says Leno.
"It's nonsense, right?"
Selling your car online is a lot easier than you'd expect.
It's "the automobile version of a cassette tape," says Donut Media head writer James Pumphrey.
Here's how a Prius performs with a new engine.
Leno offers Foxworthy a chance to drive a Porsche — only there's a catch.
But not before dealing with a few surprises from his buddy Jay Leno.
"I know you won a Grammy and an Oscar," Leno tells him. "If you win the Indianapolis 500, I'm going to be pissed."
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Coverage of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
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“Options Action" features option traders from some of the top firms on Wall Street.
Automation, AI and machine learning will radically influence the relationship between employers and their workforce.
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A look at 50 private companies set to reshape the business landscape.
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When it comes to minting new millionaires, opportunities abound in some surprising places, according to a new report from research firm Wealth-X.
Bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says successful founders have these things squared away.
Next time you feel guilty about idling away your commute on social media, remember that inspiration comes from all sources.
Don't let yourself be underpaid, says Millennial Money founder Grant Sabatier.
The company's stock shot up more than 6 percent Tuesday.
As the shutdown drags on, 420,000 federal workers are working without pay.
"I have probably thousands ... not going to lie," says former "Pretty Little Liars" star Lucy Hale.
It's something she owns thousands of.
Ending up rich isn't always about how much money you make, says Robbins.
Small gestures can mean a lot, especially if they involve big spending.
They're like diets, says early retiree Chris Reining: "People can't stick to them."
Just 5 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are women. None of them are black or Latina.
Much of the U.S. government may be closed but lawmakers are still collecting paychecks.
"I'm actually a really terrible employee," says Trevor Klee, but he's great at being his own boss.
After just 10 weeks of testing Lattice on a Texas ranch on the southern US border in 2018, the tech helped agents catch 55 people trying to cross into the US illegally.
Your response should show you take the job seriously, but don't take yourself seriously.
Allbirds is one of the hottest shoe brands on the market. Co-founder Tim Brown thought of the idea while playing professional soccer in New Zealand.
Experts may think I have a problem.
"Generally, what prenups will cover are the two big D's in life: divorce and debt."
"If I die tomorrow, I would not be happy if I just worked for 10 years in a gray cubicle. That is not what I would want on my tombstone."
Her routine has been viewed more than 25 million times.
"It's my habit. I cannot stay at home," says Chang Yun Chung, founder of Pacific International Lines.
The annual mean wage for teachers in California is $74,940.
"Some people take the train to work. I fly."
Jose Munoz, who had been a contender as Nissan CEO, has resigned after the company put him on leave and reassigned him to work on an internal investigation.
From announcing all-electric cars to adding assembly lines specifically for plug-in models, auto executives are ramping up their electric vehicle plans in a nod to Elon Musk's success at Tesla.
The craft is rated to carry 400 pounds, though Workhorse is developing a heftier, military version that would bump it up to 640 pounds. Under normal conditions, the SureFly would have a range of about 75 miles at a cruising speed of 75 mph.
Goodyear shares plunged 12 percent after the company announced that fourth-quarter tire unit volumes declined by about 3 percent due to the continued weakening of the environment in China and India.
Both automakers already have commercial vehicles businesses around the world, and the commercial vehicle segment is expected to grow in the near future.
Pony.ai, a Chinese autonomous car start-up, recently launched an app that allows a limited number of users to hail a driverless taxi.
"We believe that [the] transportation industry is going to shift wholesale to electric, and Tesla is ahead of the pack," ARK Invest's Cathie Wood says.
Chinese automaker GAC Motor, which originally planned to start selling vehicles in the U.S. by late 2019, says it now plans to begin sales in first half of 2020.
"The Infiniti QX Inspiration, like many stunning beauties, is a bit of a diva and decided to to delay her debut," Trevor Hale, head of Infiniti global communications, said. "That's show business."
Shares of Tesla tumble as manufacturers from Detroit to Japan unveil new competition for buyers in the electric car maker's key market at the Detroit Auto Show.
The much-loved Japanese sports car gets revived by Toyota, with an assist from BMW.
The legendary pony car's track-focused variant is back with a monstrous engine Ford says would have made Carroll Shelby proud.
RamTrucks has stolen the limelight with its 1500 pickup in the eyes of many auto industry watchers. Now the ascendant brand wants to spread that magic out to larger work-focused vehicles.
"We have 16 models that are in design and development. We have a pretty big surprise coming next year," Ford CEO Jim Hackett told CNBC.
Long the dominant U.S. auto show, Detroit's North American International Auto Show that kicks off Sunday will underscore some of the industry's biggest changes in recent years.
It's not just about sales for the 116-year old car company. In Detroit, the company is showcasing two of its star performers that personify its new focus on trucks, SUVs and muscle cars.
The new Nissan Leaf Plus will go on sale in early spring and will deliver an estimated 226 miles per charge of its lithium-ion battery. That's more than triple the range of the original Leaf. The updated car will also deliver better acceleration.
The Cadillac XT6 joins the XT4 and XT5 in the luxury brand's slowly growing portfolio of premium sedan replacements.
As automakers jump ship for warmer climates, the January Detroit show is moving to June starting next year.
Carlos Ghosn, the ousted Nissan Motor chairman, received about $8 million in pay in 2018 from a Netherlands-based entity jointly owned by Nissan and partner Mitsubishi Motors.
In the last year before the North American International Auto Show moves to the warmer summer months, both the industry and the show itself are seeing the effects of change.
"The product pipeline is full. It's fresh. It's all in the right part of the market," says former GM vice chair Bob Lutz.
Volkswagen Group said on Friday its vehicle deliveries rose 0.9 percent last year to a record 10.83 million, putting it neck-and-neck with Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi in the race to be the world's biggest vehicle manufacturer.
GM cited strong sales in China and high demand for its truck and utility vehicles in the U.S. in upgrading its earnings guidance.
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor has terminated the lease to ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn's luxury apartment in Tokyo, Ghosn's legal team said on Friday.
There's something about San Antonio — and Austin and Houston. Seniors in these three Texas cities account have the highest median debt balances, excluding mortgages.
Ford, General Motors, Toyota and Volkswagen now call themselves as "mobility service" companies rather than just automotive manufacturers, and that's readily apparent as one wanders around CES in Las Vegas.
Musk has said that Tesla vehicles operating with the feature will be able to "drive to your phone location & follow you like a pet."
Mercedes and BMW both have big U.S. plants that each import more cars to China than Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler combined.
CNBC reporter Jane Wells profiles people who grew unorthodox small-business ideas into a lucrative enterprise.
Insights and inspiration for starting, managing and growing your business.
Disruptor 50 company founders and executives share about how they turned their ideas into sustainable trailblazing companies.
A look at the 2018 wedding season, including the highly anticipated wedding of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle.
Entrepreneurs, makers, and doers will find Instrumental insights and tools for starting, managing and growing your business.
A little change goes a long way. Let's work together for a green future. Green is universal.
Featuring news, research and interviews with female leaders.
An idea exchange for tech start-ups, business experts and thought leaders from the Americas.
CNBC covers the hottest topics at this year's South by Southwest in Austin, Texas.
The Small Business Survey provides insight to Main Street opinions on regulation and hot issues facing smaller firms.
Business icons and provocateurs share their innovative models. Learn how to upend old industries and start new ones that move markets.
Game-changing career and management advice from best-selling author Suzy Welch.
Tips and tricks for hiring, managing, selling, and getting ahead in business.
Meet the owners of the flower shops, restaurants and other establishments that weather changing communities.
Many factors help determine the best place to start a business. Here's a look at America's top metro spots.
CNBC gives a wide range of executives and influencers the chance to share their best advice with the class of 2017.
Shift Profiles those who are driven by their passion for cars, turning from hobbyist to pro.
High-end travel companies are pulling out all the stops to cash in on top clients.
Before starting a new business or expanding, learn about surprising US cities that are becoming small business meccas.
Exploring smart growth strategies and industries, and the companies moving them forward.
Industry icons give actionable tips on what it takes for aspiring individuals to achieve their entrepreneurial dreams.
Meet 50 entrepreneurs across the United States who have succeeded in a franchise business model.