Like Magellan, who had trouble enlisting a patron for his 16th-century quest to find a new route to Asia, Everhard Vissers could not find a Swiss partner to produce his groundbreaking watch concep
In January 2000, Eclipse Aviation President and CEO Vern Raburn visited New Mexico Senator Pete Domenici in Washington, D.C., while looking for a home for Eclipse.
The Porsche Boxster is Germany’s gift to sports car lovers, but many enthusiasts believe the car is too slow.
The Spirit de Soleil, Hustler Powerboats’ new 50-foot go-fast, awaits us at the dock on Peconic Bay, close to Hustler’s Long Island plant in Calverton, N.Y.
Wives (sorry, but it is always the woman) have been waging war against speakers for decades. They do not want them intruding into their living space.
It is 25 degrees on a snowy February morning, and I am skiing in shorts and a T-shirt. Instead of snow, a carpeted treadmill rolls swiftly underfoot.
James K. Polk, the 11th president of the United States, is better remembered for winning the war with Mexico in 1848 than for his sense of style.
In the 1995 film Big Night, two Italian brothers open a restaurant named Paradise in 1950s Keyport, N.J. Their authentic Italian cuisine, however, does not meet with the locals’ expectations.
Anyone can sidle up to a winery tasting room bar in Napa Valley, lay down $5, and sample a few new releases.
After a pair of Michelle Ong’s briolette-cut diamond earrings shaped like grape clusters sold in a heated bidding war at a Christie’s auction for $189,500—more than double their estimated value—th