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Lyft told CNBC it will begin selling $20 cards at participating Starbucks next week, a move the company hopes will drive traffic to its service.
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Chris Urmson, who was instrumental in building Google's self-driving car project, said on Friday he is leaving the team after seven and a half years.
Tesla Motors disclosed third quarter cash requirements in payments and planned expenditures, about a third of the cash on hand mid-year.
The project's tech lead is among the executives departing, Recode reports.
Tesla's controversial semi-autonomous Autopilot system took the wheel when a man suffered a life-threatening emergency.
Automakers have been working to put in more technology into cars to make them smarter and in line with changing customer expectations.
Another Tesla equity offering could be on the horizon — one analyst says the company should make it a big one.
Ford Motor on Thursday announced a recall of 830,000 Ford and Lincoln vehicles to replace faulty side door latches.
Tesla's Elon Musk had harsh words for a California state government program he says is being mismanaged.
Fully autonomous vehicles are still one of Tesla's top two priorities.
The electric car maker says it is seeing increases in demand for its vehicles, and plans for its Model 3 are on track.
July was a record month for Lyft, which performed 13.9 million rides, according to a letter that Recode obtained.
The CFO of auto-parts and tire maker Continental told CNBC Wednesday he is cautious about the outlook for the U.S. autos sector.
After four rocky years as a publicly traded company, SolarCity may now be wading into an equally uncertain future.
Shares in FCA rose after a Bloomberg report said Samsung was in advanced talks to buy some or all of parts maker Magneti Marelli.
After six straight years of rising sales, there is a new reality settling in at dealerships: Sales may have finally peaked.
Four major automakers in the U.S. market on Tuesday reported July vehicle sales slightly below expectations.
Experts say you should never ignore a recall notice. You could imperil your safety.