Traders emerging from one of the most turbulent weeks in history will likely need to brace for more volatility as the Street gears up for jobs data.» Read More
CNBC's Phil LeBeau takes a look at Tesla profits and compares past and present data.
Tesla loses more than $4,000 on each car it sells; is burning through cash.
The sudden decline in both media and biotech stocks had traders pressing the sell button. Yet one technician said he's buying the dip.
DETROIT, Aug 9- It's crunch time for Tesla Motors. The Silicon Valley automaker is losing more than $4,000 on every Model S electric sedan it sells, using its reckoning of operating losses, and it burned $359 million in cash last quarter in a bull market for luxury vehicles. Tesla had just $1.15 billion on hand as of June 30, down from $2.67 billion a year earlier.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s eyeing one statistic that could yay or nay a rate hike next month.
Stocks closed out the past week with losses, and look set for another week of choppiness, as oil moves closer to its 2015 lows.
Even venture capitalists who are fans of online food delivery say the market appears over saturated.
CNBC's "Sustainable Energy" takes a look at some of the world's most impressive vehicles and the innovative ways that they are fueled.
Timing is not to be overlooked even when buying these stocks on the dip, according to one chief investment officer.
U.S. stocks closed lower, with the Nasdaq off 1.6 percent, as investors weighed declines in oil and disappointing earnings ahead of the jobs report.
Shares of Tesla and Mobileye are both selling off, despite better-than-expected earnings. CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides perspective on the stock moves.
Tesla on Thursday released video of an autonomous car charger prototype, capable of plugging itself in
Tesla's new autonomous charger can plug itself in, a new video posted to the company's Twitter shows.
With Tesla shares tumbling once again on production troubles, analyst Ivan Feinseth explains why waiting might be the best strategy.
Weeks after Jeeps were recalled for security flaws, hackers infiltrated a Tesla Model S, reports Financial Times.
During Tesla's earnings call, CEO Elon Musk outlined plans to roll out the beta version of its autopilot software.
*Disney, Viacom lead media selloff. Viacom fell 22 percent to $39.57, their lowest in almost four years. Twenty-First Century Fox fell 12.3 percent, while Time Warner, Comcast and CBS were all in the red.
A read on retailers amid earnings, with Joan Payson, Barclays.
Aug 6- Tesla Motors Inc said on Thursday it has sent a software patch to address security flaws in the Tesla Model S sedan that could allow hackers to take control of the vehicle. Kevin Mahaffey, chief technology officer of cybersecurity firm Lookout, and Marc Rogers, principal security researcher at Cloudflare, said they decided to hack a Tesla car because the...
*Michael Kors jumps after results best expectations. Aug 6- Wall Street fell on Thursday morning as investors traded on earnings, with Walt Disney's warning on its cable business continuing to haunt media stocks. Time Warner, Discovery Communications and CBS were all in the red.