After a Wednesday in which markets ended essentially flat after a Fed rate hike, here’s what Todd Gordon will be looking at for Thursday.
U.S. stock index futures gave back some gains on Wednesday as investors digested the laest round of inflation and retail sales data.
The Silicon Valley tech icon is a big fan of electric vehicles and his Apple watch.
CNBC's Melissa Lee plays a game of 'Would You Rather' with Alex Rodriguez, former New York Yankee, live from eMerge Americas Conference. The “Fast Money” traders answers a question from the baseball legend.
The “Halftime Report” traders discuss famed investor Ron Baron's bullish bet on Tesla.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has awarded the 2017 Tesla Model X 5-star crash safety ratings in every category.
Berenberg gives Tesla shares the most bullish forecast on Wall Street.
Here's why billionaire Ron Baron expects to make a massive amount of money on his investment in Tesla.
Billionaire investor Ron Baron thinks Tesla shares have a lot of room to run.
Long-time Tesla bull Ron Baron explains how he came to support Elon Musk's decision to acquire Solar City and how the solar panel company plays into the electric car-markers wider vision.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Ron Baron, Baron Capital CEO, provides his optimistic predictions on Tesla's stock.
Ron Baron, Baron Capital CEO, shares his strategy and expectations on Tesla.
Wall Street is increasingly worried over Apple's valuation and its recent share price decline.
Morgan Stanley raising bear case valuation stating data and content could drive Tesla's stocks higher.
A few of the C-suite executives advising President Donald Trump on how to grow the manufacturing sector have announced their departures.
Elon Musk has said Tesla can be worth more than Apple, and Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says he can see only one business that can make that happen.
Peter Boockvar, chief market analyst at The Lindsey Group, and Adam Jonas, head auto analyst at Morgan Stanley, talk about auto makers falling behind technological advancements.
In an early morning Twitter blast, Tesla CEO Elon Musk rebuts charges that he started Tesla to take advantage of government subsidies.
"Few people know that we started Tesla when GM forcibly recalled all electric cars from customers in 2003," Musk wrote on Twitter.