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The autonomous vehicle industry will come head to head with insurance providers when it's fully developed, Buffett tells CNBC.
Takata may reverse policy and move to setup a compensation fund to pay damages in cases of injury or death because of faulty airbags made by the firm, the WSJ stated.
As written, the laws restrict autonomous vehicle operation to automakers, Recode reports.
American drivers are taking their eyes off the road more than ever before—and that danger behind the wheel is now going after your wallet. NBCNews reports.
Another player has entered the self-driving trucks startup arena. Say hello to Embark, Recode reports.
Volkswagen (VW) project stable earnings this year after record sales of its luxury Audi and Porsche cars.
Jim Cramer goes down the list on why Garmin could walk past the competition.
Jim Cramer says the wild notions of Musk aren't unlike what technology companies have done in the past.
Jim Cramer drills down into the action of Hertz and Avis to figure out why car rental stocks have struggled.
Tesla shares were down Thursday morning, but least two analysts who follow the stock have raised their price targets.
Tesla still needs to grow its fundamentals and earnings power, Oppenheimer senior analyst Colin Rusch says.
Nissan Motor said on Wednesday it has appointed the company's co-chief executive officer, Hiroto Saikawa, as Nissan's chief executive.
He said Tesla is evaluating its options for raising more cash, but did not give any indication of when that may happen.
The "Fast Money" traders examined Tesla's stock after the company reported its fourth-quarter results.
Tesla Chief Financial Officer Jason Wheeler will leave the company in April to pursue "opportunities in public policy."
Tesla says it received a record number of Model S and Model X orders, but one portfolio manager believes there is no growth anymore.