Wahlman currently writes on auto and tech. He was a sell-side equity research analyst covering the communications technology industries from 1996 to 2008 at UBS, Needham & Company and ThinkEquity.
Recent Articles By The Author
What Did Tesla's Chief Accounting Officer See That Made Him Resign?
CAO Dave Morton had been on the job less than a month.
In Musk We Trust: Can Tesla Survive Without Its Leader?
Tesla investors trust in Elon Musk. How long will they stick around?
China's NIO Poaches Tesla's Engineers and Files for IPO
Chinese electric car manufacturer is after Tesla's engineers.
Musk's 'Going Private' Tweets Raise Big Legal Questions
Elon Musk's tweets that he's considering taking Tesla private at $420 a share raise significant legal questions.
Why Alphabet's Waymo Unit Leads in Autonomous Car Development
Almost everyone in the industry would tell you that Waymo is further ahead than all other companies in this space.
Don't Expect Immediate Changes at Fiat Under New CEO
The abrupt change of FCA leadership due to Sergio Marchionne's serious illness is unlikely to lead to immediate changes at the automaker.
Tesla's Exposure to China: No Sustainable Profits
The automaker has sold less than 5,000 Model Xs so far this year in the world's most-populous country.
Tesla Slams Into Stationary Cop Car: Is It Time to Ban Autonomous Driving?
Tesla's latest incident and recurring challenges may be the sign to put autonomous driving on hold.
Why President Pence Would Be a Nightmare for Tesla and Elon Musk
Any Tesla investor now has to contemplate a reversal of current influences.
How Donald Trump Could Win a 'Political' Purple Heart: Step Aside Now
If Donald Trump steps aside right now in favor of a winning Republican ticket, he will be a lifetime hero of American politics.