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Oct 4- Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk dismissed fears the electric carmaker was in financial trouble and said it was making an advance payment on the federal loan used to make its Model S sedan.
DETROIT, Oct 4- Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk dismissed fears the electric carmaker was in financial trouble and said it was making an advance payment on the federal loan used to make its Model S sedan.
DETROIT, Oct 1- Fisker Automotive, maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid, has held discussions with potential strategic partners as the automaker looks to cut costs and raise money to build its second hybrid model, the Atlantic.
DETROIT-- Electric car maker Fisker Automotive is talking with other car companies about sharing parts and technology. The company, based in Anaheim, Calif., is also preparing for a public offering of stock that would help it raise money for new vehicles, Fisker's new CEO Tony Posawatz said Monday during a speech to the Automotive Press Association.
Oct 1- The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages on Monday. *A tax break for wage earners for which the White House campaigned hard last winter now finds little support in Washington, as Congress struggles with deficits.
Despite all the hoopla and positive press Tesla Motors received for the Model S launch, reports of production being pushed out is driving shares down a long, winding road of uncertainty.
It’s hard to think of another car that has been as highly anticipated or that bares more importance for an automaker than the new Model S is for Tesla.
With gas prices falling, can electric cars still grab market share in America's auto industry? CNBC's Phil Le Beau reports the details.
Stocks wobbled out of the gate Wednesday, with traders hesitant to make any strong commitments head of the afternoon Federal Reserve policy decision.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed open on Wall Street on Wednesday as investors turned their attention away from the G20 Summit and the euro zone crisis and concentrated instead on domestic concerns.
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Apple’s revolutionary retail experience has played a key role in turning the iPhone maker into the largest technology company in the world. Now, Tesla Motors is looking to emulate its Silicon Valley neighbor in the auto industry.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Losing money comes with the territory in trading and investing. The winners just do a better job of managing (or they actually manage!) their capital.
President Obama is casting Mitt Romney as a greedy, job-killing corporate titan with little concern for the working class in a new effort to undermine his business credentials.
Check out which companies are making headlines after-the-bell Wednesday:
Today Wired is hosting its fourth annual Business Conference in Downtown Manhattan, and I had a chance to catch up with Editor-in-Chief Chris Anderson to talk about how important disruption is to businesses today.
With shares of Tesla pulling back after a double digit gain ytd, should you buy the dip?
Take a look at some of Monday morning’s early movers: