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Jefferies predicts Mobileye's sales to automotive companies will grow 46 percent per year through 2020.
Tesla will charge new owners of their Model S and Model X cars for using the automaker's Superchargers, and have also announced idle costs for any costs, The Verge reports.
The SEC is cracking down on non-GAAP accounting to rein in publicly traded companies that may be "creative" with their earnings, USA Today reports.
Nearly 70 percent of the world's most innovative companies in 2016 were American, according to a new survey of global executives released on Thursday.
Tech investor Palihapitiya says Amazon and Alphabet are the world's two best companies, and in a post-Tim Cook world he may back Apple.
The plan is for the Gigafactory to not directly consume any fossil fuels, The Verge reports.
Musk told a German newspaper in 2015 that Tesla "always jokingly call Apple the 'Tesla graveyard.'"
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Tesla Motors has hired a key Apple software engineer to oversee its Autopilot self-driving software efforts, Tesla said in a blog post Tuesday.
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Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, and Gene Munster, Loup Ventures founder, weigh in on the tech sector.
For every dollar of IPO proceeds in 2016, $143 was spent on mergers and acquisitions.
Neither Shopify nor Amazon responded to CNBC's requests for comment about the expected announcement on Thursday.
Trump has threatened automakers with a border tax, which he argues will encourage companies to keep production in the U.S., creating jobs for Americans.
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Barclays says global political populism and trade protectionist policies are key risks to the commodity supply chain this year.