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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is focusing more on manufacturing instead of design, points out Cathie Wood, CEO & CIO of Ark Invest.
"Fast Money" traders picked apart the bets made by noted stock pickers David Einhorn and Jim Chanos.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Kraft Heinz, Tesla, Whole Foods and more.
Two key Tesla executives will leave the company, despite the looming launch of its new mass-market car and SUV.
Tesla met Wall Street's quarterly estimates and said it moved up its 500,000 unit build target by two years because of Model 3 demand.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 4 trades to make following some big earnings calls.
Discussing Tesla's latest quarterly results and forecasting their business strategy with James Albertine, Stifel Nicolaus; Tasha Keeney, Ark Invest analyst; John Thompson, Vilas Capital.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest quarterly results and production target data out from Tesla.
Kynikos Associates founder Jim Chanos goes on the record about his Tesla short.
Jim Chanos updated his China short position and discussed the U.S. election from the sidelines of the Sohn Investment Conference.
Last year, Tesla delivered a record 50,000 vehicles, but failed to meet the volume expectations it had set earlier, Estimize reports.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on a California ride service business that takes passengers around in Teslas.
Noted short-seller Jim Chanos said he has "real questions" about financial metrics and cash flow of Alibaba.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that Greg Reichow, Vice President of Production, and Josh Ensign, Vice President of Manufacturing, are leaving Tesla Motors.
Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates President and founder, discusses the presidential race, what he calls "essentially a credit bubble" in China, and why his firm remains short Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
U.S. stock index futures traded lower early Wednesday, following declines overseas and ahead of earnings and amid U.S. data.
After a rally that ended in April, the electric carmaker's market capitalization now equals roughly $620K for every car it delivered last year.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at three things to watch ahead of Tesla's quarterly results.
Currency volatility and oil prices could be two factors driving markets Wednesday, as traders also eye U.S. economic data and earnings reports.
Tesla's market cap is now equivalent to $620,000 for every car it delivered last year, or $63,000 for every car it hopes to produce in 2020.