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Tesla is reviving the referral program so popular with customers, albeit with different terms the company says are more sustainable.
Tesla opened up a merch stand at the Gigafactory to sell employees company swag on the cheap.
Norway is embracing electric vehicles on a large scale.
The electric car maker says former employees stole proprietary Tesla documents useful to their new employer Zoox, and used company information to try to poach other Tesla employees.
Sales of utility vehicles of all kinds that are dominating the American are critical to the automaker's long promised "renaissance," Cadillac President Steve Carlisle said in an interview.
Current CFO Bob Shanks is retiring at the end of the year, as had been widely expected.
After pulling out of the American market in the early 1990s due to poor sales, Fiat staged a comeback in 2011. Despite grand expectations, a number of analysts are questioning the flagship brand's long-term viability in the U.S.
The company wants to use technology to monitor the behavior of drivers in its cars.
New crash tests show pickups with some of the oldest designs could struggle to protect passengers riding in the front seat.
Jim Cramer reveals why Nike is an ideal investment that can do well with or without a trade deal.
Jim Cramer explains why a federal judge must remove Musk as CEO, install a watch on the board, or charge the Tesla co-founder for violating a court-approved order.
BMW executives said the industry faces a fiercely competitive environment, dogged by questions about how tariffs and trade tension between the U.S., China and Europe could affect supply chains, manufacturing and sales.
Ford is building a new plant in Michigan as the company realigns factories to focus on its future lineup of self-driving and electric cars.
President of Global Operations Joe Hinrichs told CNBC the company is moving quickly toward producing what it previously described as a "Mustang-inspired" all-electric SUV that will be in showrooms next year.
The system uses radar, ultrasound and optical cameras.
California could reap a bonanza of "$1 billion or more" in new taxes from the upcoming stock offering of ride-hailing service Lyft, according to former California State Treasurer John Chiang.