Good morning from Quick Shift. We're sure you're stuffed with ham from the Easter holiday, so drop that belt a notch and take in this weekend's headlines, below. — Shiraz Ahmed
Spotlight on Tesla: The upstart EV carmaker is under increasing pressure to produce Model 3 vehicles this week as doubt around the company's viability has mounted and federal investigators looking into the latest Tesla AutoPilot-related fatality are increasingly critical of leakins coming out of the carmaker. Of course, CEO Elon Musk is responding with bad jokes about bankruptcy.
The fallout continues: Uber's self-driving fatality has sparked conversations among California regulators about tightening up autonomous vehicle testing policy, autonomous advocates globally are skeptical, and suppliers are beginning to look at the hardware underlying autonomous technology with fresh eyes.