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Apple shares extended declines in pre-market trading Thursday, while Tesla slumped to fresh two-and-a-half year lows, as investors grow increasingly concerned that the current U.S.-China trade dispute will ensnare iconic companies in damaging tech cold war.
The massive plunge in TSLA shares of late indicates that Wall Street has lost faith in its ability to execute on disruptive technologies.
Tesla's important relationship with Panasonic may be fraying -- and shareholders should worry.
As an idea Tesla is terrific, as a company, it's an absolute mess.
Panasonic's lack of visibility has created a nice entry point for investors and traders.
Investor confidence is the highest its been in 17 years, according to a Wells Fargo/Gallup survey.
Toyota and Panasonic are also reaching out to subsidiary Daihatsu Motor and Mazda motor to sign on to the consortium.
The groundbreaking iPhone X might have only been released a few weeks ago but Apple is already looking to its next model
The new technology could deviate from the iPhone X's Face ID technology and would likely make augmented reality experiences richer.
Boeing and JetBlue have backed the Seattle startup Zunum Aero, which aims to reduce time and the cost of air travel.
U.S. equities weren't the only markets on fire at the start of this week.
Google Assistant will soon integrate with appliances around the home, through partnerships with companies like LG
Tesla's Directer of Battery Technology Kurt Kelty joined the electric automaker in 2006, establishing himself as one of the company's longest-serving executives.
Inventors of the Laundroid want to commercialize the laundry folding robot by the end of 2017.
It has never been cheaper to get free electricity from the sun.
The futures markets are pointing to a higher open as we set up for the trading day post-holiday
The display maker aims to diversify its supply to non-smartphone products after it taps government fund for cash stabilization.
Just like cloud computing drove Amazon, AI should do the same for Big Blue.
Infineon lifted its 2017 margin forecast to 17% amid the strengthening U.S. dollar.
Eyes on whether the chip maker can maintain growth as more rivals expand through M&As.
Bosch, Panasonic, Samsung are among Dialog's customers.
Bank of America beats estimates while McDonald's will see an executive shakeup as 2 plan to retire at year-end.
U.S. stock futures trade lower; earnings are expected Monday from Bank of America and Netflix; Tesla's Elon Musk delays mystery product announcement by two days.
I'm glad I live in this part of the world. But even Asia hasn't been spared the wrath of the disastrous Brexit decision.
Panasonic shares surge as Elon Musk nixes talk of a battery tie-up with Samsung.
Apple sells a 30-year bond in Taiwan, while Tesla works with Samsung on a battery deal. Snapchat makes more changes.
Tesla is taking a multipronged, long-term view and that could benefit investors. Remember Apple in the early 2000s? What happened next could be the future for Tesla investors.
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