Business, Technology, Fuel

Tesla Roars Toward Biggest Gain in Over a Year

Tesla Teslas being delivered. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News)

Investors rushed back into Tesla Inc. shares on March 9, putting a screeching halt to a five-day slump, and pushing the stock to its biggest gain in more than a year.

Esha Dey | Bloomberg News
March 9, 2021
Business, Technology

Elon Musk’s Finance Chief Quietly Tallies Profit Surge at Tesla

Tesla Musk (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News)

Tesla Inc. on Jan. 27 is widely expected to report its sixth consecutive quarterly profit — and potentially its first $1 billion quarter. That follows a remarkable year when Tesla’s stock split and skyrocketed, the company joined the S&P 500 Index and it sold almost half a million cars.

Dana Hull | Bloomberg News
January 26, 2021
Business, Technology

Tesla Touches $400 Billion After Latest Boost From Street

A Tesla Semi all-electric truck A Tesla Semi all-electric truck. (Alexis Georgeson/Tesla Motors)

Wall Street’s optimistic view on Tesla Inc. further solidified Aug. 26 after a Jefferies analyst more than doubled his price target on the stock, saying the company will continue to broaden its competitive edge in multiple dimensions, including battery capacity and industrial efficiency.

Esha Dey | Bloomberg News
August 26, 2020
Business, Technology, Autonomous

Tesla Headed for More Than 50% Rally in Just Seven Sessions

Tesla Customers look at Tesla Model S 90D electric vehicles parked at the company's charging station in the Starfield Hanam shopping complex in Hanam, South Korea. (SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg News)

Tesla Inc. is headed for its seventh straight session of gains after Credit Suisse upgraded the electric-car company whose stock has been on a tear since its first-quarter delivery report.

Esha Dey | Bloomberg News
April 14, 2020
Government, Business, Autonomous

Tesla Offers $2B in Added Shares, Stock Goes Up Despite Dilution

The Tesla logo on a 2020 Model X. (David Zalubowski/Associated Press)

Shares of Tesla rose about 1.5% in trading the morning of Feb. 13 after the electric vehicle and solar panel maker said it would sell over $2 billion worth of additional shares.

Tom Krisher | Associated Press
February 13, 2020
Business, Technology

Tesla Exceeds Expectations in Blowout Quarter

Tesla Model Y Tesla's Model Y electric vehicle. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News)

Tesla Inc. delivered a second straight quarter of blowout earnings and speedy execution, extending an unprecedented surge for its heavily shorted stock.

Dana Hull and Ed Ludlow | Bloomberg News
January 30, 2020
Business, Technology

VW’s Herbert Diess Confident He Can Catch Tesla in Electric Car Race

Herbert Diess, Volkswagen AG CEO, pauses during a Bloomberg Television interview at the World Economic Forum on Jan. 24. Herbert Diess, Volkswagen AG CEO, pauses during a Bloomberg Television interview at the World Economic Forum on Jan. 24. (Simon Dawson/Bloomberg News)

Volkswagen AG CEO Herbert Diess is preparing to muscle Elon Musk out of the electric-car lead.

January 24, 2020
Government, Business, Technology, Safety

NHTSA Probing Fatal Crash of Tesla, Fire Truck in Indiana

NHTSA A dashboard monitor displays the lane-keeping feature during hands-free test drive in a Tesla Motors Inc. Model S electric automobile. (Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg News)

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will probe the Dec. 29 fatal crash of a Tesla Inc. vehicle that slammed into a parked fire truck on an Indiana highway, the agency said Jan. 8.

Ryan Beene | Bloomberg News
January 9, 2020
Business, Technology

Tesla Just Delivered Its First China-Built Cars in Shanghai

Tesla Workers clean a Tesla Inc. Model 3 vehicle at the company's Gigafactory in Shanghai. (Qilai Shen/Bloomberg News)

Tesla Inc. delivered its first China-built cars, a milestone for Elon Musk’s company as it accelerates a push in the world’s largest electric-vehicle market.

December 30, 2019
Business, Technology, Fuel, TCA

GM, Tesla Head for New Year Without Electric Vehicle Tax Credits

Chevy Bolt A Chevy Bolt electric car. (General Motors Co.)

General Motors Co. and Tesla are about to become the first automakers that will have to sell EVs without the benefit of a $7,500 federal tax credit.

Keith Laing | The Detroit News
December 27, 2019