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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is playing games on Twitter while he should be 100% focused on running his car company.
I shorted Tesla late Thursday afternoon. From The Comments Section after the close on Thursday: dougie kass • 4 days ago Short TSLA on the large recall after the close. The "end" may be nigh. Cryptocurrencies, collateral stock plays ($RIOT, $LFIN), ...
I wanted to start with a brief observation (on the end of last week) to start the week: The last 50 minutes of trading on Friday, which carried into futures trading after the close, was awful. Nor was the swift drop even mentioned in the major busin...
Tesla is having an absolutely terrible week that has called into question its very future. Meanwhile, deal activity remains strong.
The future of driverless cars is a little uncertain right now after several high-profile incidents. BlackBerry CEO John Chen weighs in.
Most of the economy has become reliant to some degree...on technology.
Facebook said Wednesday it will make it easier for users to know their privacy settings. So what?
Departures from FB are going to hurt en masse and they make it extraordinarily difficult to value the stock itself.
So what do you do now? Here's the news you need to know following yesterday's tech selloff.
Ugly and unruly action in the market did a lot of damage to the Nasdaq.
Traders got their wish about the return of volatility but they may not be feeling so positive about it now.
Markets sold off heavily in the final two hours of trading to close the day solidly in the red.
The Dow lost another 400 points Friday, marking the worst week for markets in weeks
The Dow Jones Industrial Average just took a major nosedive. TheStreet brings you inside the selloff.
The Feds accompanying statement came off, to me, as slightly confused.
Outside of the very short-term, the plan's earnings targets are much easier to achieve than its revenue targets.
Markets took a dive following comments from new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell
Facebook's stock continues to plunge as it deals with the fallout from Cambridge Analytica. Meanwhile, Amazon is worth more than Alphabet and Tesla's stock is crashing.
Patriarch Partners founder Lynn Tilton is a business renegade and entrepreneur. She has been described as fearless, brash and even controversial. In a featured podcast for Women's History Month, TheStreet talks to Tilton about how she takes companies from times of despair and loss to times of prosperity. She also tells us how she has taken apart a Tesla! Look out Elon Musk.
When things are this controversial you aren't going to find people willing to step up to the plate.
Tesla bulls can't avoid the company's existential problem.
Facebook's stock seems to be the only big-cap tech name not on fire. Tesla may be having some internal issues.
My top-3 contenders, including a dark horse absolutely no one is talking about.