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Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk discussed the challenge of bringing electric cars to scale and encouraging widespread adoption.
While sports franchises always look to maximize home advantage, the Tampa Bay Lightning has kicked it up a notch this year.
Healthy eaters only like salad bars and smoothie joints, right? Wrong, according to a new survey.
Pent-up demand in the U.S. is leading to a major boom in the new car market, reports The Detroit Bureau.
Investors should hold off bets on Tesla's new home battery product, a former vice chairman of General Motors said.
If you're bullish on Apple, you may get a chance to buy the shares at a discount this week.
More than half of Americans think Hillary Clinton is not honest. Here's what media consultant Mark Macias says she needs to win them back.
Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors managing partner and head of research, discusses opportunity in the auto industry and the bond market.
Starbucks, McDonalds and Chipotle have announced plans to test on-demand food delivery. Now add Dunkin Donuts to that list of chains.
A United Express plane skidded off the runway as it landed in strong winds in Buffalo, New York, late Sunday. NBC News reports.
Sears reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Monday, but revenue was lower than forecast.
After a rapid rise and subsequent bankruptcy protection filing, Boston Market is back on a path to growth.
Cars are practically flying off the lots, despite concerns over the economy. Which ones offer the best value?
Vacation rental listings are growing fast in some areas, and they're not your typical summer beach destinations.
Car sales are red hot right now. So which vehicle gives consumers the best bang for their buck?
New Yorkers looking to hail an Uber in East Hampton will likely be out of luck this summer.
Gawker Media's CEO, Nick Denton, said on Friday that he is not disturbed by his staff's vote to unionize.
To reach today's youth, brands such as PayPal and Stubhub are creating physical experiences at concerts to get in front of new consumers.
Google will report accidents involving its driverless-car program moving forward, USA Today reports.
By adopting "self-management," the company is building a better workplace for all of its employees.