Jim Cramer celebrates American business through the wise commentary of Jay Leno.
Tesla will open a gallery at the Nordstrom department store in one of the country's most lucrative malls.
Why it's better to own Twitter than Tesla right now.
All new vehicles will be electric by 2025 on economics rather than a green revolution, entrepreneur and author Tony Seba told a Nomura investment forum.
The electric car maker turns down allegations after one of its Model S cars had an unusual amount of rust on a suspension part.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. on Friday denied allegations that there are safety problems with its vehicle suspensions.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk hit out angrily on Twitter, claiming that most customer complaints about faulty suspension were "fraudulent."
Tesla shares are down today as federal investigators investigate reports of suspension problems on the popular Model S. David Undercoffler, Automotive News, provides perspective.
Paul Ingrassia, The Revs Institute, discusses Tesla Motors' new buyer incentives and the automaker's denial of a suspension safety issue.
The "FMHR" traders and Rob Sechan, UBS Private Wealth Management, discuss Piper Jaffray's positive initiating calls on some auto stocks like General Motors.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Urban Outfitters, Tesla and H&R Block are making headlines this morning before the opening bell.
Tesla has denied claims that there were safety defects in the suspension of its Model S and Model X cars.
The Fast Money panel discusses Tesla and Disney as their top trades of the day.
An auto safety agency is examining reports of suspension problems in Tesla Model S cars, according to an agency spokesman.
Tesla is set to restart sales of a lower-range Model S Sedan. Brad Erikson, Pacific Crest Securities, discusses the latest action with Tesla.
Tesla is announcing it is bringing back the 60 kWh battery version of the Model S at a lower price point, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Tesla is reversing course and resuming sales of a lower-priced Model S that will have a smaller battery pack.
Google co-founder Larry Page has been personally funding a pair of startups devoted creating flying cars, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Elon Musk has never shied away from comparisons with superhero Tony Stark, but his most recent joke on the subject is pretty on the nose.