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The company is reportedly rethinking plans to expand capacity at the factory as worries about demand for Tesla cars grows among investors.
When you hear 'General Electric,' probably the last thing that comes to mind is hot sauce.
The existing federal $7,500 tax credit for EV buyers phases out over 15 months once an automaker sells 200,000 electric cars.
Ford announces a big management shakeup, shifting key executives to retool its business model toward the future car market.
Iconic American bike motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has embarked on an ambitious plan to revamp its product line and attract new riders, but investors still think it has a lot of work ahead of it.
Tesla's disappointing first-quarter delivery number led Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas to lower his price target on the stock from $260 to $240, and cut forecasts for a number of key financial metrics.
US Judge Alison Nathan ordered Musk and the SEC to "take a deep breath, put on your reasonableness pants" and work out a solution.
The Tesla CEO said he respects the U.S. judicial process, but chuckled when asked if he felt the same about the SEC as he entered court.
A 24% decline in sales of ever less-popular passenger cars dragged down what was otherwise a positive quarter for the second-largest automaker.
Tesla reiterated its annual delivery guidance of 360,000-400,000 vehicles, but that target will be tougher to hit after a disappointing first quarter and a declining federal tax credit.
Tesla shares fall as much as 10.7% as investors react to disappointing delivery numbers, which will hurt profits in the first quarter.
Trucks, SUVs and crossovers made up 80 percent of GM's sales mix, the company says.
Nissan executives dug up evidence of potential financial misbehavior on the part of Carlos Ghosn to prevent a merger with the French automaker Renault, which Ghosn had pushed for, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
A report Wednesday said Renault would consider merging with Fiat Chrysler, but Renault's current troubles with Nissan are a major stumbling block.
The biggest declines in sales are happening at the lower end, where buyers have fewer options as companies pull back on cheaper cars.
Tesla Model 3 deliveries might be lower than previously expected in the first quarter, and slackening U.S. demand could be to blame, said Cowen analyst Jeff Osborne.