Tesla is recalling 2,700 Model X cars in order to replace the third-row seat backs. Ben Kallo, R.W. Baird, provides perspective.
Time to go for the gold? And A losing Tesla trade, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders. This week,
Will Tesla need to raise billions of dollars to expand its capacity?
Standpoint Research's founder Ronnie Moas is making a call on Tesla, citing a valuation "too high."
Check out video of a Tesla Model S facing off in a race against a Qantas Boeing 737. CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks at what is known about Tesla's production and global sales.
Want to get your hands on the official collection for Kobe Bryant's last game ever? It's going to cost you.
The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including Bed Bath and Beyond announcing its first ever quarterly dividend and L Brands announcing the split of its Victoria's Secret business.
Tesla announcing more than 325,000 people are pre-ordering the Model 3 car, with implied sales of $14 billion, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
The electric automaker reported that it has received 325,000 deposits for the Model 3.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports automaker Tesla announcing it has received over 325,000 reservations for its new Model 3 electric car in just one week.
We are seeing an increase in fleet sales which is not a good sign overall for the market, says Brian Johnson, Barclays auto analyst, providing an outlook on auto sales, and weighing in on whether the auto market is over-saturated. We have a recession in cars, says Johnson.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports CEO Elon Musk is expected to provide an update on orders for its Model 3 a week after signing up thousands of new customers in the first three days.
A few heavily shorted stocks have rallied this year, and some "Fast Money" traders believe those names could keep climbing.
Though the five seater Model S cannot fly, the car held its own, reaching a maximum speed of 155 miles per hour.
Tesla Motors kicks off the "Fast Money" top trades with Elon Musk's tweet warning not to short the stock.
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CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides color behind Elon Musk and the Tesla CEO's view on Tesla's stock price.
The company CEO telling investors it would be 'probably unwise' to short shares of Tesla.
Tesla shares have rallied 80 percent from recent lows, but one trader sees the stock making a run at old highs.
Investors shorting Tesla stock could wind up on the wrong side of the trade, CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.