Lora Kolodny covers startups and venture capital for CNBC.com in San Francisco. Previously she was an editor at TechCrunch, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, and a contributor to The New York Times. She is a graduate of Williams College. Reach her on Twitter @lorakolodny.
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Ford is testing out Ekso Bionics' wearable robotics to give workers a productivity boost.
The Boring Company proposes to dig tunnels for super-fast transportation.
Seattle's Pure Watercraft has developed EV power trains to replace gas outboard motors in boating.
RevealNews.org reports that Tesla mislabeled and under-counted worker injuries to make its safety record look better than it really is.
As Tesla scrambles to ramp up production of its Model 3, it has been sending parts from suppliers to a machine shop for fixes.
The NTSB said it removed Tesla as a party to its investigation of a fatal crash involving a Model X.
Uber is acquiring an electric bike-sharing venture, Jump Bikes, in its first such deal under CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.