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The one-time Wall Street darling has done nothing for years. Is the momentum gone for good?
Uber will allow the union to represent the company's more than 35,000 drivers in the city, Recode reports.
Uber drivers in California and Massachusetts would have been entitled to an estimated $730 million in expense reimbursements had they been employees.
With Tesla shares falling into reverse, Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Eddy Elfenbein of “Crossing Wall Street” discuss the stock’s future with Brian Sullivan.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has unveiled the magnetic technology that will allow the pods to levitate and move.
The average price of gasoline has jumped by 9 cents over the past two weeks to $2.27 a gallon for regular grade.
Imagine being able to play with a Google driverless car inside the fictional world of the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) video game.
Jim Cramer cast doubt on Tesla's car production guidance, but Josh Spencer says the company has already accomplished the extraordinary.
Drivers of vehicles caught up in the massive Takata airbag recall should not disconnect the devices, AutoNation chief Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
The new production goals from Tesla are "between audacious and preposterous," AutoNation chief Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
Tesla's Elon Musk is stepping up production of the car makers' popular sedan. But there's little margin for error, says BreakingViews' Kevin Allison.
Two major auto-centric companies are teaming up to change the way we use taxis, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Wall Street analysts seem to be doubting Tesla's ability to hit its aggressive, new production target.
Fortune 100 companies are betting big that Pivotal can help companies build and update cloud-based software more quickly.
Tesla met Wall Street's quarterly estimates and said it moved up its 500,000 unit build target by two years because of Model 3 demand.
Takata will announce that it is more than doubling what is already the largest-ever U.S. auto safety recall, three sources said.
A partnership between the carmaker and the Silicon Valley heavyweight could advance self-driving car technology.
Tesla's market cap is now equivalent to $620,000 for every car it delivered last year, or $63,000 for every car it hopes to produce in 2020.
Tesla stock popped after an in-line earnings report but this stock's run is over. There is no path to profitability, says Michael Pento.
Shares of U.S. car makers Ford and GM opened nearly 3 percent lower Tuesday.