Trump says he will meet with the business leaders regularly to discuss manufacturing policy.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
The political tide might seem unfavorable for electric cars and solar panels, but the new president may see them as part of a job-producing future. NYT reports.
The "Fast" Money traders share their final trades of the day, including Dish Network, Tesla and more.
Tesla alleges Sterling Anderson took company information about Autopilot and recruited fellow employees.
Elon Musk has a few more words on why he thinks oil executive Rex Tillerson could push for a carbon tax and would serve U.S. interests well.
David Pearl, Epoch Investment Partners, and Meg Green, Meg Green & Associates, discuss what to buy and sell at Dow 20K.
One of the hottest Trump trades is about to stall out, according to one trader.
An anti-Trump email reveals growing internal tensions at the ride hailing giant.
Elon Musk says he really does plan to dig a tunnel to avoid LA traffic, and that he plans to start digging next month.
Several U.K. based banks are poised to announce at least part of their business operations are being moved from London to another EU city.
The CEO of electric automaker Tesla Motors tweeted that he thinks Tillerson "has the potential to be an excellent Sec of State."
Breaking down a bearish bet on Tesla in the options market with "Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan.
On the surface, Elon Musk couldn't be more different than Donald Trump. But he's actually very well-positioned under a Trump administration.
Filmmaker Chris Paine, director of "Who Killed the Electric Car" and "Revenge of the Electric Car," discusses the future of electric cars under a Trump presidency. With CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Corporate bosses are meeting with President Trump, hoping to affect policy and worrying that they could become a target of his tirades.
U.S. President Donald Trump formally withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on Monday.
Trump also signed an order imposing a federal hiring freeze and a directive banning U.S. NGOs receive federal funding from providing abortions abroad.
Trump repeated his campaign pledges to roll back rules on companies, arguing that they have "gotten out of control."
Cramer says if you're a company looking to cut costs by moving abroad, think again.