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The stocks that stand to do well under a Hillary Clinton presidency surged ahead of the first presidential debate on Monday.
With GM about to bring its Chevrolet Bolt EV to market within the next 90 days, the No. 1 U.S. automaker has a chance to grab lots of the attention.
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Google adds to its position in Airbnb, now roughly $4 billion. Tesla sues the state of Michigan, among other things this week.
The athleisure trend is turning into a lifestyle, one that the lululemon CEO looks to capitalize on.
If recent speculation that Apple is entering the car business is to be believed, the company may have another leg to stand on, boosting several ETFs in the process.
Jill Stein probably won't be president of the United States. But if she were, the U.S. economy would be vastly different from what it is today.
Tesla (TSLA) is suing Michigan Governor Snyder and other officials over a law barring the company from opening dealerships in the state.
If Apple's car plans are now focused on autonomous driving systems, as has been reported, there's little need to buy McLaren. But it could buy an electric vehicle startup instead.
A group of Tesla owners in Norway are suing Tesla, arguing that the vehicle's horsepower is lower than advertised.
A portion of Tesla bulls have long argued that should the company stumble, Apple would be there to provide funding or acquire it outright.
Tesla made some software upgrades to its Model S after a Chinese security team hacked into the car.
The U.S. Department of Transportation issues a 15-point 'safety and assessment tool' that lets the government evaluate the design and performance of driverless systems.
U.S. stocks hold slight gains through to the end of the session ahead of one of the biggest days for monetary policy news.
Tesla (TSLA) said late Monday that its $2.6 billion proposed merger with SolarCity (SCTY) could be slowed due to shareholder lawsuits.
Tesla's purchase of SolarCity does not seem evenhanded and the solar outfit's shares should be sold, says Jim Cramer
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will apologize Tuesday to the bank's customers in Senate testimony; U.S. stock futures are rising; GlaxoSmithKline names a new CEO.
The controversial deal is subject of four shareholder lawsuits, with a hearing scheduled for mid-October to determine how to proceed.
Technical analysis shows that shares of electric car maker Tesla (TSLA) are about to rally. If you've sold short this stock, it's time to take profits.
Ricardo Reyes and John Stubbs didn't come into Election 2016 with any intention of starting a super PAC. But today, they find themselves at the helm of Republicans for Clinton.
Peaking industry sales and accelerating structural changes in the auto market pose challenges for the company and CEO Mark Fields.
Tesla (TSLA) said on Monday that it is facing shareholder lawsuits in its move to acquire SolarCity (SCTY).
Last week was not a great one for Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, or for the stocks that might benefit from her presidency.
Companies from Toshiba to Mattel have been plagued by safety concerns and large-scale product recalls.
Consumers may have worries about losing wireless headphones or having them fall out. But Apple CEO Tim Cook finds that to not be the case.