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Tesla's new Model 3 car may have hundreds of thousands of buyers rushing to buy the car, but traders warn the stock is not a buy yet.
To say the new Tesla Model 3 is a blockbuster hit is something of an understatement.
Within 24 hours of launching its first lower-price electric car, Tesla locked in a large base of paid reservations directly from retail buyers.
Despite the fanfare it appears some on Wall Street are taking a much sterner view of the prospects for Tesla.
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Tesla Motors' Model 3, a $35,000 electric car with a minimum range of 215 miles per charge, will start production in 2017, CEO Elon Musk said.
One Tesla shareholder affirms his confidence in the performance of the company's upcoming Model 3 electric car.
Tesla unveils the Model 3 Thursday evening, its long-awaited "mainstream" electric car. Here's how the stock could perform, if history is any guide.
The chief executive of Italian car giant Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) has ruled out any merger with PSA Peugeot Citroen.
As Tesla Motors gets set to unveil its cheaper car, "Fast Money" traders could not see past its stock price.
The world has yet to see Tesla's latest vehicle, the Model 3 — but that hasn't stopped everyone from lining up to order it.
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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed suit Tuesday against Volkswagen AG for false advertising.
Alexis DeJoria, daughter of billionaire-entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria, is a three-time National Hot Rod Association winner.
Interested buyers will have to wait until late 2017 to take delivery, but they can get ahead of the game by putting down a $1,000 deposit Thursday.
An Uber passenger was taken on a 20 mile detour around London and was charged over £100 ($142.82) for the journey, the MailOnline reported.