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Amazon Prime Day is gearing up and defense firms are preparing for the Farnborough air show.
A classic Porsche 911 saw its value increase almost eight-fold over the last 13 years.
Daimler and Bosch want to launch an autonomous-driving taxi service. Who better to help than Nvidia?
The only way the market is "dangerously elevated" is if you believe that 2019 is going to be a horrendous year.
GM seems to be sitting on a gold mine. Waymo does too, with its autonomous driving fleet that could start to add up as soon as this year.
Tesla's Autopilot system is one of the more well-known autonomous driving systems today. Its technology is second to none.
Other possible suitors include Alibaba, Alphabet and more.
Apple has patents for virtual reality in autonomous cars.
Enjoy the holiday trading today, but keep in mind that overall market conditions are still problematic.
Waymo is taking a different approach to launching its self-driving robo-taxi in Europe.
Kroger is teaming up with Nuro to fight back against Amazon.
Toyota continues to make moves in the autonomous driving industry.
Firm sees Trump's call for a sixth branch of the military as a 'yuge' investment opportunity.
General Motors could spin off its Cruise asset, which has seen a tremendous valuation boost over the past few years.
It's clear that executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. approves of CEO Jim Hackett's vision for the automaker's future.
Tesla and The Boring Company are teaming up? Naturally.
In the June Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer addressed an AAP member's question about the portfolio's FAANG positions and whether that makes it diversified. Watch now for his answer!
Alphabet's Waymo has been quietly running its robo-taxi pilot for a year. Here's how it's going.
Tesla plans to release Version 9 of Autopilot in August. Here's what it means for drivers on the road.
Two letters are becoming a problem for Alphabet, Inc. (GOOG) — E.U.
SoftBank's investments range from Nvidia to Uber to GM Cruise and include many more. Is it set to become an autonomous driving winner?
Who will be the first to Mars? Musk's SpaceX, Bezos' Blue Origin or a public company like Boeing?
Nvidia, Intel and others will be big beneficiaries when -- not if -- demand for self-driving cars begins to accelerate.
Apple should focus on the inside -- not the outside -- of the car when it comes to artificial intelligence.
The historical parallels between Tesla and Amazon are uncanny.
If Alphabet can do it, Apple could too. But the latter's efforts in autonomous driving have been minor, to say the least. Will its deal with Volkswagen change that?
From Netflix to Kraft Heinz, these names look good.
CarGurus surveyed almost 2,000 car owners to get their thoughts on self-driving cars. Hint: The public isn't ready.
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