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4 hrs ago | Detroit News
Tesla Motors Inc. is poised to begin deliveries of the Model S sedan in China as Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk tests the reluctance of consumers in the world's largest auto market to buy electric cars.
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8 hrs ago | GreenCarReports
All cars require raw materials and energy to produce, use energy during their time as transport, and require energy to recycle--the components that can be recycled, at least.
9 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
A two-year-old Elon Musk wears an American football helmet brought back to him in Pretoria, South Africa, by his father Errol, while on a business trip to St. Louis, Missouri.
With Tesla Motors, the cherub-faced CEO wants to wean us off fossil fuels with electric cars for the masses.
I'm going to be honest: I haven't been much of a fan of Pace Gallery in the past, or many of the blue-chip/dynastic galleries, for that matter; I find the programming too centered on celebrities in an attempt to garner press and sales.
A Mercedes boss targeted Elon Musk's Tesla, saying the company doesn't have a support network for its cars.
The sector remains attractive on a valuation basis and I'm upping the allocation to the sector in my own portfolio.
Teslas like the one pictured run on lithium ion batteries. Though everyone in New Mexico is watching Tesla Motors for its next move, the announcement that General Motors will spend $450 million on a battery plant for its new electric cars also has the automotive world buzzing.
Tesla Vice President of Business Development Diarmuid O'Connell discusses New Jersey's Tesla direct-dales ban on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."
"Don't bite the hand that feeds you" is a popular saying, but perhaps "don't criticize the company you're sharing technology with" should be another.
One of today's most exciting investment themes revolves around the electric car market.
AT&T Inc. , the largest U.S. phone company, said it reached a deal with a global automaker to add to its ranks of customers seeking connectivity in its cars.
Shares of TSLA closed down 2.11% on Tuesday with about 13.7 million shares traded.
The offshore sector has been one of the poorest performing areas in the market over the past six months, which should appeal to patient contrarian investors.