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  • Elon Musk: We want to produce millions of cars a year

    Speaking at the Baron Investment Conference, Tesla CEO and chairman Elon Musk says he hopes to be able to produce several million cars a year.

  • Elon Musk, chairman, CEO and product architect of Tesla Motors, addresses a press conference on October 23, 2015, in Beijing to declare that the company will release its v7.0 system in China on a limited basis for its Model S.

    Investment legend Ron Baron tells CNBC what's behind his predication that Tesla Motors shares could "quadruple in five years."

  • Ron Baron, Chairman & CEO of Baron Capital.

    Billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron said Friday he sees three factors driving the stock market in the long term.

  • Invest in VW? Never, ever, ever: Ron Baron

    Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, explains why he would not invest in auto insurance companies, or Volkswagen.

  • What I plan to ask Elon Musk: Ron Baron

    Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, discusses questions he will be asking Tesla's Elon Musk at today's Baron Conference.

  • Developing M&A culture: Ken Moelis

    Ken Moelis, Moelis & Co. founder & CEO, talks about the art of dealmaking and current trends in M&A. And Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, weighs in.

  • Real estate in middle of multi-year recovery: Pro

    Joel Marcus, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, and Jeffrey Kolitch, Baron Capital Group vp, provide their take on where they are finding the best opportunities in real estate.

  • Ron Baron:  Investing in corporate culture

    Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, stresses the importance of great leadership among the world's top business and cites Volkswagen's emission scandal as an example of short-term thinking on the corporate level.

  • Ron Baron's 'big picture' view of the economy

    Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, provides perspective on the markets, U.S. economy, interest rates and oil prices. Prices of oil and money are going to remain low for a very long time, says Baron.

  • Personal finance reviewing bills

    Investors are putting more money into lower-cost passive funds. But research shows they're still losing plenty to fees.

  • Elon Musk, chairman, CEO and product architect of Tesla Motors, addresses a press conference on October 23, 2015, in Beijing to declare that the company will release its v7.0 system in China on a limited basis for its Model S.

    The mutual funds with the biggest bets on shares of Elon Musk's Tesla Motors explain why they are still in love with the electric-car stock.

  • Earnings Edge: Tesla

    Brad Erickson, Pacific Crest, reviews three things to keep an eye on amid Tesla earnings.

  • Green energy stocks

    A $100 trillion risk to the global economy is being ignored by most investors. Does that include you?

  • Tesla tanks 8 percent on reliability issues

    CNBC's Phil Lebeau highlights underwhelming feedback from Tesla owners in responses collected by Consumer Reports.

  • A lot of fundamental value in Tesla: Analyst

    Colin Rusch, Oppenheimer, weighs in on Tesla shares getting slammed after a Consumer Reports auto reliability survey.

  • Does Asia need more socially-responsible investors?

    Chandran Nair, founder and CEO of the Global Institute For Tomorrow, says socially responsible investing can bring about environmental and social change in Asia, as well as financial rewards for investors.

  • Manchester United's Chris Smalling plays against  Manchester City's Stefan Jovetic during the Barclays Premier League match Nov. 2, 2014 in England.

    Game on: The world's largest soccer team is pouring over $1.5 billion into the "developing" U.S. market to expand its brand.

  • Ron Baron

    Stocks will likely double from current levels over the next 10 years, billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron says.

  • Baron's 10 times bet on Tesla

    I think we will make 10 times our money over the next ten years, says Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, sharing his thoughts on the outlook for Tesla.

  • Baron's biggest profit? Charles Schwab

    Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, identifies the traits he looks for in business leaders that grow successful companies. Baron cites Charles Schwab as an example.

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