Takata's board is convening to review bankruptcy plans over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources. » Read More
"We've got to expand our footprint in reaching much more globally," BlackBerry CEO John Chen told CNBC. » Read More
Anthony Levandowski must be removed from any work relating to a key technology called LIDAR.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas downgrades Tesla shares to equal weight from overweight due to rising competition from larger tech companies.
Two of Silicon Valley's most prominent team up as the race to bring self-driving cars to the roads heats up, the NYT reports.
Graves' role at Uber is somewhat mysterious.
Tesla has signed another deal with a utility to offer customers backup electricity for a fee.
Elon Musk posted Friday several pictures of "Boring Co." equipment meant for digging tunnels beneath Los Angeles.
Waymo's lawyers have asserted that Levandowski stole documents from Alphabet.
Bill Ford's comments come amid reports the automaker's board is scrutinizing the business plan of CEO Mark Fields.
Some of Uber's engineers are actively looking to get out of the company, Recode learned from multiple sources.
Tesla's solar roof costs slightly less than what Consumer Reports deemed would be necessary to compete with conventional roofing materials.
The amount of consumer demand for Tesla has is "unimaginable," Palihapitiya told CNBC.
Lower rental prices and lower resale value for its used vehicles crimped Hertz's earnings report.
Reports of the demise of the TPP trade agreement may be premature, as the deal’s members consider proceeding without the U.S.
"Stuff's going to go wrong," said Brad Gerstner of Altimeter Capital.
Check out which stocks are making moves after the bell.
Here is Social's Chamath Palihapitiya next big idea from the Sohn Investment Conference.
As electric car rises, car ownership is dying, NBC News reports.
Tesla is an "extreme growth story" that may achieve margins roughly double those of US automakers, according to Evercore ISI.
Volkswagen car brand said it is confident it will "leapfrog" the competition and become a leader in electric cars by 2025.
University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute survey says two in five people would like to own an autonomous flying car, Recode reports.