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Stocks rise on Thursday as investors wade through corporate earnings season, including a blowout quarter from Facebook.
Waymo's top priority when it comes to autonomous driving? Safety. Here's why it matters.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Advanced Micro Devices, Apple's big tests, and Alphabet's AI moves.
We are encouraged that management maintained its full year organic sales guide and increased earnings per share expectations.
More than a dozen big-time companies have reported earnings in the last 24 hours. Here are the biggest takeaways from a busy reporting week.
The Detroit automaker also crushed analysts' expectations for revenue even as it announced a day earlier that its sales declined by 3% during the period.
Here's what you must know as Wall Street prepares for another busy day of corporate earnings.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open with modest gains on Thursday; Facebook posts a blowout quarter; Amazon and Microsoft to report earnings; Ford is no longer a car company.
Stocks rise after stronger-than-expected earnings from Boeing and Twitter.
Alibaba is looking to test level 4 autonomous driving.
U.S. stock futures point to further losses for Wall Street and global stocks slump on Wednesday; Facebook, Boeing and AMD report earnings; Takeda sweetens offer for Shire.
Ionity is aiming to open 400 'ultra fast' charging networks in Europe by 2020. Should it do so, it could rival Tesla's Supercharging network. The question is, will it matter?
One firm estimates that 8 million cars with level 3 or higher autonomous driving capabilities will be sold in 2025. Will it prove too conservative?
China continues to make leaps and bounds in the their self-driving technology.
General Motors stock is stuck in the mud. Here are several bold moves management could make to awaken this slumbering beast.
A new electric S-Class from Mercedes Benz could shakeup the competition for Tesla. But does it even matter?
Tesla seems like one hot internal mess, per a new letter from CEO Elon Musk. The markets are in rally mode, despite a letdown from IBM.
China is lifting its requirement for joint venture partners on automakers, among other industries. This could be exactly what Tesla needs right now.
For two decades, China stipulated that foreign companies could own no more than 50% of local ventures.
It's rally time on Wall Street once again. From the blowout quarter from Netflix to various political happenings, there is a lot on the plate of investors to digest.
Ford's new autonomous driving plans include a fleet of self-driving and delivering autonomous vehicles.
Compact SUVs, crossovers, sport sedans, and some racy coupes are rolling out to the dealerships, so if you're in the market for a new car, the choices are out there.
Changing and expiring laws could alter how Tesla does business -- and impact its sales and bottom line.
Do you know the difference between Level 3 and Level 5 autonomous driving? Many people don't even know there are different levels. Read on to see what the industry is aiming for.
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