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A new report suggests progress remains slow for Apple's self-driving project, and that big-name automakers reluctant to partner with it. Would an acquisition make sense?
Don't be so quick to think the market is setup for a rally into the long Memorial Day weekend.
Though the electric car maker only says the $35,000 version of its Model 3 sedan will arrive in late 2018, a pair of new costlier trims are expected in July.
Snap shares were up 1.6% on the news.
U.S. stock futures pointed lower as North Korea threatened to pull out of a summit with the United States. These are the headlines you must know premarket Wednesday.
How do things look on the charts ahead of the bell? Let's charge things up and check.
I find the whole line of inquiry about the reality of the market's climb to be fatuous.
Tesla continues to lose top engineering talent. Here's why investors should be worried.
U.S. stock futures rise and Asian markets are higher as Donald Trump pledges to support Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE Corp. The move raises the prospect of a near-term agreement on trade with China. Watch now for more!
Here's a hot take: Just let Sears buy Amazon. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer thinks Tesla is a battleground stock.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
All three major averages closed Thursday's session in positive territory.
Yep, the stock market is unfair, it's just not unfair the way it should be.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is trying to send a signal to the stock market. Should investors take the message?
Here's what you need to know as futures point lower heading into the open.
At our Investor Boot Camp, Tesla was discussed during out Real Money Roundtable. Sarge Guilfoyle and Jeff Macke gave their thoughts. Watch video excerpts from #CramerTeachIn. We guarantee it'll make you laugh.
I don't care if Elon Musk challenges Warren Buffett on See's Candy, but I do care about a possible TSLA short squeeze.
The conference call fiasco didn't help shareholders, but did it really damage the chart?
Markets briefly traded in positive territory but closed trading with mixed results.
Some large investors think TSLA could be sub-$100 in the next six months.
I have given you my ursine market view on Tesla over the years - some of it was summarized in the last post. The automotive view is fascinatingly similar. Telsa's products are, in my view, an ego-fueled flash but without a long-range plan for succes...
* My 2018 Tesla surprise is likely to be realized * Elon Musk has likely fractured some of the enthusiasm of his future bond and equity investors Surprise #15: Tesla Stalls Out Tesla isn't able to successfully manufacture the Model 3 at scale. The ...
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was pleased with Tesla CEO Elon Musk's earnings call.
This is not the time to keep throwing capital at this market.