Craig Trudell and Dana Hull

Business, Technology, Fuel, Autonomous

Tesla to Seek Approval for Another Stock Split

Tesla vehicles in a parking lot after arriving at a port in Yokohama, Japan Tesla vehicles in a parking lot after arriving at a port in Yokohama, Japan. (Toru Hanai/Bloomberg News)

Tesla Inc. gained in early trading March 28 after the carmaker said it plans to seek shareholder approval for a move that would enable its second stock split in roughly two years.

March 28, 2022
Business, Technology, Safety, Autonomous

Pass the Test and Tesla Owners Might Get Full Self-Driving Beta Access

The steering wheel of a Tesla Inc. Model 3 electric vehicle The steering wheel of a Tesla Inc. Model 3 electric vehicle. (Angel Garcia/Bloomberg News)

The wait is almost over for some Tesla Inc. customers to get access to driver-assistance technology the company has marketed in controversial ways — as long as they’re on their best behavior.

September 24, 2021
Business, Technology, Fuel

GM Looking at LG to Pay for Battery Recall

A General Motors Co. Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle charges

The long-distance relationship between General Motors Co. and its battery partner, LG Energy Solution, is being tested like never before. At issue: who will pick up a roughly $1 billion tab for the recall of 73,000 Bolt EVs.

August 23, 2021