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3 Stocks You Can Safely Own Until 2030

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https://www.fool.com - It's always best to take the long-term approach when investing in stocks, so holding shares of a company you just bought until 2030 shouldn't be out of the question. To help you find a few great stocks you can hold onto for more than 10 years, we asked a few Motley Fool contributors which companies they think fit the description.

Straight Outta China, the 2019 Buick Envision Undergoes a Makeover

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http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - As the first Chinese-built vehicle offered domestically by an American manufacturer, the Buick Envision didn’t do itself any favors by launching as a truncated 2016 model year vehicle available only in uplevel trims. Its entry price shrunk as 2017s arrived, and sales rose accordingly, though not to the levels enjoyed by less-premium compact GM crossovers.

Overseas, Nissan Mulls Ranger Raptor Rival. Is it Time to Explore a New Frontier?

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http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - The other day, we learned of Ford’s new Ranger Raptor, a machine unveiled in Thailand with only the slightest of indications it may be sold in America. To not do so would be asinine in this author’s opinion, given the F-150 Raptor’s halo and the fact that folks can stroll in to a Chevy or The post Overseas, Nissan Mulls Ranger Raptor Rival.

Sony Wants a Piece of This $276 Billion Market

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https://www.fool.com - The global ridesharing market could be worth $276 billion by 2025, according to Research and Markets, as car ownership declines and more people move into urban areas. In turn, that market could be dominated by ridesharing apps like Uber, Lyft, and Didi Chuxing; chipmakers like Intel; and forward-thinking automakers like Toyota usually isn't mentioned alongside those companies.

Judge says ads can run in Uber, Lyft vehicles operating in New York City

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https://www.usatoday.com - A judge gave the green light Thursday to a Minnesota company that wants to put advertising in vehicles driven for companies like Uber and Lyft in New York City.