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Tesla seeks to dismiss securities fraud lawsuit: US court document

Tesla Inc on Friday asked a court to dismiss a securities fraud lawsuit by shareholders.

Elon Musk may actually be making a website to rate journalists for credibility and 'core truth'

Tesla's CEO criticized the media on the heels of a report saying negative media coverage is "increasingly immaterial."

Tesla flies in equipment to speed up battery production for Model 3

Tesla has flown six planes full of robots and equipment from Europe to California in an unusual, high-stakes effort to speed up battery production for its Model 3 electric sedan.

Tesla hires James Zhou as China CFO

Tesla on Friday announced a number of key executive hires including James Zhou as its China CFO and Neeraj Manrao, a former Apple executive, as director of energy manufacturing.

'Mustang means freedom': Why Ford is saving an American icon

Ford has been phasing out its passenger cars but its keeping one that is near and dear to many Americans' hearts — the Mustang, the New York Times reports.

Apple's self-driving partnership is the next phase of 'Apple as a service,' Gene Munster says

Apple's software and services segment has been a particular growth point for the iPhone maker in recent years.

Car shoppers could land good deals with Memorial Day weekend sales push

Buyers will likely find dealerships eager to move inventory to make room for soon-arriving 2019 models.

Fiat Chrysler recalls 4.8 million vehicles, citing cruise control issues; shares fall

The company says drivers should not use cruise control until the vehicles have been inspected.

Cramer: Inflation is a real worry, but it's 'far from permanent'

Jim Cramer pushes back on concerns about inflation by listing the economic factors keeping it at bay.

Gas prices are soaring. Here are the cars and SUVs with the worst fuel economy

Buying a new car this Memorial Day? Here are a list of cars and SUVs with the worst fuel economy, according to USA Today.

Here is the federal labor complaint the United Auto Workers just filed against Tesla

The union alleges that Musk was threatening to take away employee stock options if they unionize.

Elon Musk has a history of wild ideas — some of them have worked out

He's teased a food and beverage venture, sold out branded flamethrowers and challenged himself to a record build in under a 100 days.

Uber's self-driving SUV saw pedestrian in fatal accident but didn't brake, officials say

Emergency braking maneuvers are not enabled while Uber's cars are under computer control.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on auto import probe: 'Economic security is military security'

"National security is broadly defined to include the economy, to include the impact on employment," Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says.

GM, Ford shares rise after US initiates investigation into auto imports

The U.S. Department of Commerce started an investigation into automobile imports.

Indonesia's ride-hailing firm Go-Jek to invest $500 million in four new markets

The expansion will heat up the rivalry between two current market leaders Southeast Asia — Go-Jek and Singapore-based start-up Grab.

US launches investigation into auto imports on a 'national security' basis

President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked for the probe, which will be carried out by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Apple signs deal with Volkswagen for driverless cars

Apple had already curtailed its grand vision for disrupting the automotive industry by building its own self-driving car. Now the tech giant has narrowed its auto aspirations even further, the New

Elon Musk complains of 'holier-than-thou hypocrisy of big media companies' in tirade

Tesla's CEO criticized the media on the heels of a report saying negative media coverage is "increasingly immaterial."

Uber ends self-driving car operation in Arizona after fatal crash

Uber is ending its operation of self-driving cars in Arizona more than two months after a woman was struck and killed by one of its vehicles.