The European Bike Project: More Exciting Products from Small European Manufacturers – June 2022

The European Bike Project: More Exciting Products from Small European Manufacturers – June 2022

The European Bike Project is one of our favorite Instagram accounts and his feed is constantly updated with everything from interesting curios from tiny manufacturers to inside looks at European manufacturing to analyzes of the environmental impact of our sport. He now has a regular column for us here at Pinkbike that will be mainly … Read more

Credit Suisse top energy stock picks include two Canadian companies

Credit Suisse top energy stock picks include two Canadian companies

Daily roundup of research and analysis from The Globe and Mail’s market strategist Scott Barlow Like Scotiabank Monday, Credit Suisse analyst Manav Gupta thinks now is the time to add energy stocks. Mr. Gupta also provided a list of top picks which includes two Canadian stocks, “We continue to believe that in a post Russia-Ukraine … Read more

The New American Luxury Songbook

The New American Luxury Songbook

Cadillac was once one of the most iconic automakers in the US. Heralded in popular song through the 20th century, it was the definition of American luxury. The landscape has shifted significantly since the glory days of oversized, powerful cars with smooth, wafting rides. But perhaps the biggest change and challenge starts now: electrification. This … Read more

An important bigger-picture perspective on gold

An important bigger-picture perspective on gold

Editor’s Note: With so much market volatility, stay on top of daily news! Get caught up in minutes with our speedy summary of today’s must-read news and expert opinions. Sign up here! (Kitco News)- An examination of the monthly continuation chart for nearby Comex gold futures is a classic example of why it’s important to … Read more

Record damages awarded in disability insurance lawsuit

Record damages awarded in disability insurance lawsuit

Hospital director Sara Baker suffered a stroke in 2013 that her doctors said left her unable to work, but for six years her insurance company refused to pay her long-term disability benefits and spent 375 hours covertly surveilling her. On Friday night after a long-delayed five-week trial, a jury Baker $1.5 million in punitive damages … Read more