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Tesla shares have risen steadily since late 2019 as it met key production targets for its Model 3 car, with the automaker topping Japan's Toyota in market valuation
'California should let Tesla & @elonmusk open the plant, NOW. It can be done Fast & Safely!' Trump says in a tweet
The Tesla chief claims his company has been 'singled out,' and that other car companies in the US have been approved to resume
Shares surge after the electric car company reports profits of $16 million, compared with a loss of $702 million in the year-ago period
Tesla's CEO, during an earnings update for the electric carmaker, lashes out at the orders which forced the shutdown of production in California
'Do you know what [it] is like to struggle to breathe? I do. It is horrifying,' a user replies
Under a compensation plan approved by Tesla's board in 2018, Musk is to be paid in stock awards based on the value of the company, which could be worth as much as $50 billion if Tesla reaches $650 billion
The first cars to roll off its China assembly line – 15 of Tesla's mid-price, mass-market Model 3 design – are given to employees who had placed advance orders during a ceremony at the plant
The case is lodged on December 15 in the name of 14 unidentified victims, who are members of the families of children killed in tunnel collapses, as well as children maimed as they worked
Musk faces a defamation case stemming from an incident where he called British diver Vernon Unsworth a 'pedo guy' in a tweet
The demonstration of the Tesla Cybertruck's indestructible windows didn't appear to go entirely to plan after one assistant throws a steel ball bearing at the truck, only to see the armored glass smash
Rich or not, young and old, hip urbanites and rural dwellers alike: Norwegians, including Crown Prince Haakon, are increasingly switching to electric cars
The lawsuit, filed on April 26 in California Superior Court, asserts the March 2018 death of Walter Huang resulted from Tesla's 'Autopilot' technology
The settlement between Musk and the SEC sets out clearer guidelines on topics Musk should avoid on Twitter or other social media, including statements about acquisitions, mergers, new products and production numbers
A video shows white smoke emerging from under what appears to be a Tesla Model S car in a parking garage before flames erupt around it
Musk says, it has 'the functionality of an SUV but it will ride like a sports car' accelerating from stand-still to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds
According to the SEC, a tweet from Musk on Tesla's 2019 production levels violates the deal, under which his tweets had to be reviewed prior to being published
The Nationals featuring 'Tekken 7,' 'Dota 2' and 'Mobile Legends' start on March 17
The affected vehicles in China are Model S cars made between February 2014 and December 2016, the State Administration of Market Regulation says
Tesla taps Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison and Walgreens Boots Alliance Executive Vice President Kathleen Wilson-Thompson for its board of directors
'I want to be clear. I do not respect the SEC – I do not respect them,' he said in an interview on the CBS network news program '60 Minutes'
The appointment of Denholm, who is Telstra's chief financial officer, is effective immediately but she will serve out her six-month notice period with her current employer, Tesla says late Wednesday.
The probe concerns whether the automaker told investors it was on track with targets for the closely-watched build-out of the Model 3 car despite knowing it could not meet such goals
The settlement includes a provision that will set up an in-company committee that will oversee Musk's communications
Musk will also pay a $20-million fine as part of settlements stemming from his alleged securities fraud
The SEC says Musk's statements on going private were 'false and misleading' and that he had never discussed the plans with company officials or potential funders
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The defamation suit is filed in Los Angeles by Vernon Unsworth, who is seeking unspecified damages 'for the worldwide damage he has suffered to his reputation'
'I mean, it's legal, right?' Musk says, before taking a puff at a show shot in California where recreational marijuana use is legal
'This appears to be a textbook case of fraud,' Labaton Sucharow law firm partner Michael Canty says
Calling him explosive and overworked, Tesla investors and analysts ask whether the company needs a more professional, predictable executive to take over daily command
Kalashnikov has also branched into other products such as iPhone covers, umbrellas and a new 13-foot combat robot named 'Little Igor'
'I knew the process of going private would be challenging, but it's clear that it would be even more time-consuming and distracting than initially anticipated,' says Elon Musk
By going private, Tesla could operate without requirements for financial reports and other pressures of a publicly traded firm. But it could also lose visibility and limit its ability to raise capital.
(UPDATED) The revelation comes days after Musk's claim in an August 7 Twitter post that financing for a deal to take Tesla private had been 'secured'
Tesla continues to map out potential factories outside the U.S. following its deal with the Shanghai government in early July
Musk's Tesla has never earned an annual profit. His tweets, the latest of which involves pedophile accusations against a key figure in the rescue of the Thai boys trapped in a cave, are proving to be a big distraction
The deal marks the biggest overseas foray yet for Tesla, which is looking to expand into global markets, plans that faced a potential threat from the intensifying China-US trade row
'When using Autopilot, drivers are continuously reminded of their responsibility to keep their hands on the wheel and maintain control of the vehicle at all times,' says a Tesla spokeswoman
Screams and cheers erupted as the massive rocket fired its 27 engines over the same NASA launchpad that served as a base for the US missions to Moon four decades ago
The company most of us know for smartphones and other gadgets has joined the self driving car race in California
As mass market Tesla Model 3 picks up steam the company s labor force attempts to unionize
Tesla rolls out the first of its keenly awaited Model 3 cars aiming to disrupt a world accustomed to automobiles powered by pollution spewing fossil fuel
The first 30 customer Model 3 Tesla cars are slated to be ready on July 28
If the future doesn t include being out there in the stars being a multi planet species that is incredibly depressing said the Tesla boss
In a sector where entrepreneurs often speak of moonshots Musk is one of the biggest dreamers
Fossil fuel companies are underestimating growth of electric car industry says a report by financial think tank Carbon Tracker