If the Securities and Exchange Commission punishes Tesla, it won't be for founder Elon Musk's big personality, former SEC chair Harvey Pitt told CNBC on Wednesday. » Read More
By: Sara Salinas
Musk publicly floated the possibility of taking the company private in a tweet that sent shares fluctuating and company leadership scrambling. » Read More
By: Sarah O'Brien
Shareholders would likely have to sell existing shares and then buy into a fund if they want to remain invested. Any profit from the sale would generate a capital gains tax. » Read More
By: Robert Ferris
The SEC has reportedly sent subpoenas to the electric car maker over CEO Elon Musk's comments about taking Tesla private. » Read More
Some members of the board have grown alarmed by what they see as Mr. Musk’s erratic behavior, the New York Times reports.
"Right now if there were no board of directors, the company could not be doing any worse in terms of its misguided public interface," management guru Jeffrey Sonnenfeld said.
"Harley-Davidson is unlike any other brand. It's a family," says dealer George Gatto
Harley-Davidson CEO Matt Levatich said the motorcycle manufacturer doesn't want to be in the political spotlight, but it "unfortunately" finds itself "in the center of a heated political conversation about fair trade."
Jim Cramer warns Tesla critics about getting their hopes up that the federal government will penalize Musk for his tweet about going private.
Tesla takes another step a week after Elon Musk publicly floated the possibility of a buyout.
An abrupt tweet last week by Elon Musk about the prospect of taking Tesla private had not been cleared ahead of time with the company’s board, The New York Times reported.
Executives are permitted to disclose market-moving information on social media. But Musk has provided regulators with ample opportunity to re-examine the policy.
Funding to take Tesla private may not be critical to the automaker's performance, but it could be critical to Musk's tenure there. Whether Musk is critical to Tesla's success, however, is no longer clear, analyst James Albertine said.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has been under heavy scrutiny since he took to social media to announce he may take the automaker private, but Loup Ventures' Gene Munster says that's exactly what will happen within a year.
"If you don't think it's right, buy another stock," Mark Cuban says about Elon Musk's tweets on possibly taking Tesla private.
CNBC's Jim Cramer also says Harley's move is understandable considering Trump's tariffs and other protectionist policies.
The Buick TourX is a nice car and a good place to spend time. It's refined and well-mannered, with a driving experience good enough to support a higher price tag and a more luxurious interior.
If the tariffs result in a sharp cut in U.S. automotive exports that could take its toll on jobs over the next few months. And that would likely backfire on Trump and the Republicans.
I spent a week with the Ford EcoSport, and while it's impressive in its driving dynamics and easy to live with, it's hard to make a case for spending nearly $30,000 on the EcoSport.
While you can't take the Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche home with you, a company will let you take one for a spin — and a high-speed one at that.