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Elon Musk pledged to “burn” investors shorting Tesla and criticized analysts and even himself after exchanges during the electric-car maker's earnings call sent shares tumbling.
During a highly unusual earnings call, Elon Musk cut off analysts and got defensive about probing questions pertaining to Tesla's finances. Tesla burned through another $1 billion.
Honda and Mazda issued profit warnings for the current financial year on worries a stronger yen would erode their operating earnings, wiping out the impact of record high global vehicle sales.
The journey ahead for suppliers should be lucrative for those who keep up with technology trends, but sitting on the sidelines for M&A won't be a suitable long-term option.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles shares hit a record high in Milan on Monday on a growing tide of analysts' expectations that the carmaker's coveted Jeep brand will unlock even greater value this year.
Tesla posted its largest quarterly loss in company history on Wednesday. Here's how some analysts reacted.
Consumer Reports said Tesla apparently misunderstood the "average" reliability rating the magazine assigned to the Model 3 sedan this week, calling it generally "positive" for an all-new vehicle.
Sergio Marchionne gets right to the point when it comes to one of the big trends sweeping the auto business: “Contrary to what some of my colleagues believe, we are not in the mobility business."
Tesla may be facing more competition from other tech giants than initially feared, and one of the analysts that had been most bullish on the firm is growing increasingly worried.
The Wall Street split on Tesla boils down to analysts who see the next Apple and those who perceive a lot more similarity with Studebaker.
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