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Tesla announced plans to offer another 2.7 million shares and said CEO Elon Musk will buy another $100 million worth of Tesla stock. Shares shot up after-hours.
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Diarmuid O'Connell, Tesla vice president; and Robert Glaser, North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association president, debate whether the automaker should be able to sell directly to consumers.
After closely examining the sharp rally in Tesla, Cramer believes there's more than meets the eye here.
The S&P and Dow closed at fresh all-time highs on Tuesday after widely followed hedge fund manager David Tepper said he is "definitely bullish" on stocks.
Tesla's market cap is now over $10 billion, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau; and Cole Wilcox, Longboard Asset Management CEO, explains why he thinks the stock is worth more.
A bull and a bear square off on whether Tesla Motors has a future.
Tesla has exciting new battery technology and is located in Silicon Valley, but is it enough to call it a tech stock?
The rally in many of the most heavily shorted names is causing a "worst nightmare" situation for bearish investors and hedge funds alike, said Cramer.
This market is not being kind to shorts. In fact they're getting buried, according to research done by Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group.
Communities making and selling. Social sharing as shopping. Retail is invoking the rhetoric of democratization. Introducing CNBC's Retail Disruptors.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
The California EV manufacturer is promising even better numbers for the rest of the coming year as it ramps up production at its assembly plant near San Francisco.
They're electric! Not just Tesla's cars, but its shares. Earnings are good, but the stock still seems a bit costly.
For the first time in a while, Cramer has spotted a significant caution sign in the market.
Stocks closed lower Thursday, after the Dow and S&P 500 briefly touched fresh all-time highs. Meanwhile, the U.S. dollar rose above the key threshold of 100 yen for the first time since April 2009.
Consumer Reports gives Tesla Model S near-perfect rating, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Ben Kallo, Robert W. Baird.
Jake Fisher, Consumer Reports, explains why he gave the electric car a near-perfect rating of 99 out of 100.
CNBC's Jim Cramer outlines why four underloved names are now dangerous for those betting on a drop.
U.S. stock market index futures pared their losses Thursday, following a better-than-expected jobless claims report, but gains were limited following the recent market rally that propelled the Dow and S&P 500 to fresh all-time highs.