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The ET-4760 is small, light, and easy to set up and get on Wi-Fi. We appreciated its leakproof ink bottles, which made filling the internal reservoirs much less of a messy affair than it was with the Canon Pixma G7020. The ET-4760 also has a great touchscreen interface (albeit with a very small display), reasonably quick printing (up to 12.7 pages per minute in our testing), decent print quality, and functional (if dated-looking) apps. The ET-4760 was the best all-in-one photo printer we tested, too. It produced the truest and most attractive glossy photos of the bunch, which is key if you plan to use its abundance of ink to fill out your frames.
Our roundup of the best Cyber Monday monitor deals has even more discounts to choose from, but Best Buy has a couple that are worth a look. The Dell model has dropped even further in price for Cyber Monday.
After our ranking of the best electric motorbikes of 2023, take a look at our buying guide to see what you should pay attention to when shopping for an EV bike. We also explain the methodology behind our ranking of the top bikes of the year.
The chassis is built from aircraft aluminum and has been shaved down over many years of production, providing one of the best power-to-weight ratios on the market. Simply put, the Zero FX electric sports bike will blow your mind regardless of the conditions under the tires.
The cost of this powerful E motorcycle is magnitudes more than most bikes, but it has every right to charge the premium. Its incredible design brings out the best in sports bike styling, while the range, acceleration, and top speed are all at the top of the game.
As one of the best electric roadsters on two wheels, the Hypersport pushes out a whopping 200 horsepower and can get up to 60 mph in less than three seconds. But it also hits the mark when it comes to longevity, with an impressive 200-mile (322 km) range.
A weak job market and a steep decline in business spending have wounded the PC and printer maker. Fortunately, chief executive Mark Hurd is one of the best cost-cutters in the business. Last year's acquisition of EDS will boost HP's profile in information-technology services, which tend to be more stable than hardware.
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- It's long been customary for partygoers on New Year's Eve to count down the seconds while watching the ceremonial ball drop in New York City's Times Square. Down here at the Five Dumbest Lab, we have a year-end ritual of our own: We count down the 10 biggest moments on Wall Street in which a CEO or company dropped the ball.
Before we start ticking down our favorite flubs from 2012, however, we want to wish all of our readers a happy and healthy 2013. Thanks for all your suggestions, tips and feedback. We hope to see you all in the New Year, but for your own sake, not on one of our dumbest lists.
Daily-deal site Groupon gave its shareholders a pretty raw deal in 2012. The company's stock lost two-thirds of its value and CEO Andrew Mason made frequent appearances on our weekly Dumbest list. Had Groupon investors seen this early warning from last January, they could have saved themselves a lot of headaches ... and money!
Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit was ousted in a boardroom coup this past October. Nevertheless, as distraught as we were to see Pandit pushed out, it was nothing compared to our sadness when we heard the news that Citi's former Chairman -- and Five Dumbest Hall of Famer -- Dick Parsons was stepping down.
Of course, Parsons won't be missed by Citigroup in the least after he helped reduce that once proud bank to rubble. No, his departure will be most mourned right here at the Dumbest Lab, because while he may have destroyed a ton of wealth for Citi shareholders, he's provided a treasure trove of material for us.
It was only a month ago, as all you Dumbest fans surely remember, when the ignominious departure of Best Buy(:BBY) CEO Brian Dunn topped our list. At the time we didn't precisely know the "personal conduct" issues that led to his ousting, but we did predict that sooner or later "it will eventually hurtle down our very dumb alley."
Congratulations JC Penney(:JCP) CEO Ron Johnson. You win. We here at the Five Dumbest Lab tried as best as we could to keep up with your maniacal pricing maneuvers and ever-shifting sales strategies, but you simply proved too much for us to handle. 59ce067264