2022 Mazda CX-9 Improved With Standard AWD And New Trim

Family-friendly SUVs with three rows and space for everyone's paraphernalia don't often evoke any emotion; they serve a functional purpose and they do so well. The Mazda CX-9, however, at least tries to appeal in other ways. It's not only attractively styled, but it handles better than most in this segment and the interior has a premium veneer that feels special. For the 2022 model year, the CX-9 - currently Mazda's largest SUV - is getting even better. Although Mazda's SUV lineup will expand rapidly in the years to come, there's no need to wait for any of those new models as the existing range is superb, if not as practical as Korean alternatives like the Kia Telluride.
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2022 Mazda CX-9: Close Up Look At Pricing and Packages

New CX-9 Touring Plus provides customers more features. Performance is enhanced on CX-9 with standard i-Activ All-Wheel Drive. 2022 CX-9 goes on sale with a starting MSRP1 of $35,280 and will arrive at dealerships this winter. IRVINE, Calif. (Dec. 7, 2021) – As Mazda’s flagship three-row midsize crossover SUV, the...
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Vail Valley Jet Center sold to an international firm

Signature Aviation, the world’s largest network of fixed base operators, has announced its purchase of the Vail Valley Jet Center at the Eagle County Regional Airport. The addition to Signature’s global network marks its fourth fixed base operator in Colorado and the first outside of the Denver area. Vail Valley...

Goldman Sachs, Other Wall Street Banks Exploring Bitcoin-Backed Loans

Goldman Sachs, Other Wall Street Banks Exploring Bitcoin-Backed Loans. Goldman Sachs is among a handful of tier-one U.S. banks figuring out how to use bitcoin as collateral for cash loans to institutions, according to three people familiar with the plans. Banks such as Goldman will not touch cryptocurrency spot markets...
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Rent Reminds Us No There’s Day but Today

“Timeless” is an adjective often used to describe classic 20th century musicals like Oklahoma!, West Side Story, and My Fair Lady. The implication being that these shows tell stories that still resonate today, and they do. But there is calling a musical “timeless,” and then there is mounting a production...

Great British Bake Off episode 9 2014 – Patisserie

Great British Bake Off episode 9 2014 – Patisserie: It’s semifinals time and the tension is palpable as the bakers take on patisseries. First, they’re challenged with Signature baklava. Next is a most demanding Technical task — making the tricky German schichttorte, cooked in stages under a grill to create 20 layers. The Showstopper raises the bar even higher: the final four work non-stop to create two elegant entremets.

Goldman Sachs considering offering Bitcoin-backed loans

2021 was when Bitcoin recorded the most gains in terms of adoption. The primary cryptocurrency has evolved from being used solely for speculative purposes, and it has found its way into the funds of major institutional players. Despite the volatility that Bitcoin’s price undergoes, some Wall Street banks have announced...

Goldman Sachs and other banks explore BTC loaning options

Goldman Sachs and other financial institutions seek to use BTC as collateral for loans. Top-tier banks are set to consider trading other crypto products like futures instead of cryptos themselves. Goldman Sachs is among reputable US banks considering BTC applications as loan collateral. These financial services providers are also willing...

Sick of the spam calls? The CRTC is trying to help

On Tuesday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that there is new caller ID technology that will help with those bothersome spam and spoof calls. The technology named STIR/SHAKEN, which stands for Secure Telephony Identity Revisited (STIR) and Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs (SHAKEN) will help...

Fall Historical Militaria & Autographs Auction - Day 1

Accepted Forms of Payment: American Express, COD (cash on delivery), Discover, MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Paypal, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer. *SEE ADITTIONAL SHIPPING ABOVE* -Shipments are sent via FedEx and DHL (for most overseas shipments) or FedEx Ground at the auctioneer's option. Due to complications from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we will ship with USPS Priority Mail only if the buyer submits their request to us in writing and accepts responsibility for delayed shipments. Signature is always required, unless other arrangements are made. Handling and shipping charges will be added to the invoice in one entry. Buyers should be aware that large, framed, fragile or odd shaped items can incur substantial shipping and packing charges. International shipments are invoiced by DIMENSIONAL weight, not the item weight. Please contact us for an estimate before bidding NOTE: Large, heavy or bulky items may not be shipped by the auctioneer - arrangements for shipping of these items via a third-party shipper may be arranged through the auction house. Customers who supply their own courier account number will still be charged a handling fee. Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipments after receipt of payment due to the high volume of packages being shipped.

Everrati 911 Coupe Review: Electric Driving With Classic Thrills

For its 911, Everrati takes a donor 964, but there were nearly 64,000 of these built so finding one that needs care already isn’t such a task. Most 964s are now over 30 years old. The Everrati electrification process also involves a complete restoration and replacement of many panels with carbon fiber alternatives. Not everything is entirely “period”, with the car I drove having the door handles from the 993 era, teardrop wing mirrors inspired by Porsches of the same timeframe, and steering from a 993 as well.

There's still a place for virtual events

The travel agency community has, for some time now, been moving back to holding in-person events. For instance, Signature Travel Network recently held its 2021 conference in Las Vegas, drawing 1,142 advisors. Of the attendees, just over 400 had never been to a Signature conference before. Nearly 600 suppliers attended.