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Indonesian ride-hailing firm Go-Jek hits big number with latest fundraising effort

The company said it would use the proceeds to expand and deepen Go-Jek's presence in its home market Indonesia, as well as Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand.

Cramer Remix: Forget FANG—these are the real tech winners for 2019

Jim Cramer explains how cloud royalty are taking the crown in the tech sector.

Tesla is betting big on China, and here's what Elon Musk had to say about it

Tesla is in a rush to ramp sales and manufacturing in China, before new U.S.-China trade negotiations, and before electric vehicle subsidies dry up there. Here are Elon Musk's comments on China from

Tesla ramps production as competitors flood market with electric cars. 'Pile-up of epic proportions'

Tesla's perch atop the luxury electric vehicle market is facing some serious challengers in the coming years.

Surprise exit of Tesla CFO unnerves analysts: 'Significant loss of institutional knowledge'

Tesla's announcement that Chief Financial Officer Deepak Ahuja is retiring has unnerved Wall Street's top analysts.

Tesla shares drop sharply after Musk says CFO Ahuja is leaving the company — for the second time

Moving into the CFO role at the electric vehicle maker is Zach Kirkhorn, previously the company's vice president of finance.

Tesla might unveil an electric pickup truck this summer

Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave a few more hints about the electric pickup truck Tesla has long been considering.

Elon Musk says the Tesla Model X is the 'Faberge egg of cars'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk called the company's Model X luxury utility vehicle a "work of art" that he likened to the "Faberge egg of cars."

Elon Musk sees 'pretty nutty' demand for Tesla in 2019 even if there's a global recession

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the electric car maker is predicting "pretty nutty" growth in demand this year that will withstand a global recession.

Tesla says it has enough cash to 'comfortably settle' its $920 million bond payment due March 1

Tesla, which released its fourth-quarter earnings Wednesday, assured investors that it has enough cash on hand to handle a large bond payment due in about five weeks.

Tesla shares fall after company posts 4Q profit that misses expectations, replaces CFO

Tesla reported its second consecutive quarterly profit and better-than-expected sales, but its earnings fell short of analysts' expectations.

Amazon is hauling cargo in self-driving trucks developed by Embark

Embark and other firms working on self-driving trucks aim to alleviate industry pains by making existing truck drivers safer and more efficient. Amazon is using Embark's trucks for some loads.

This time, Tesla fielded questions from regular investors, not just analysts and YouTube nerds

Tesla opened its fourth quarter earnings conference call by fielding questions from regular investors submitted through a mobile app.

VW grabs global auto sales crown, but Renault-Nissan Alliance closes the gap

The three top auto groups each managed to deliver more than 10 million vehicles worldwide last year, but the industry saw a sharp dip by General Motors, the long-time sales king sliding into a distant

How to freeze-proof a Tesla. One owner says 'give it a smack'

Some drivers are saying Tesla Model 3 door handles are frozen shut in the cold weather blowing through the United States.

Carlos Ghosn claims 'plot and treason' led to arrest

Ghosn has claimed charges against him were a result of his drive to further integrate Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubushi.

Tesla offers lower-priced versions of its Model S and X vehicles after cutting production

Tesla offers lower-priced versions of its Model S and X vehicles after recently slashing production and ditching versions of these cars that featured a 75 kWh battery pack.

Tesla expected to report profit in the face of a falling share price and a few 'red flags'

Tesla has nearly $1 billion in debt due March 1, mounting competition and an expiring tax credit for electric vehicles

Porsche's all-electric Tesla rival to come with three years free charging

The German firm has signed a deal with auto charging infrastructure firm Electrify America.

Harley-Davidson shares tank after big earnings miss

The motorcycle maker is battling declining sales as its core riders age, particularly in the United States, its largest market.