Tesla is one part electric car company, one part balloon filled with hot air from founder Elon Musk. In short, there is more than meets the eye with the money-losing electric car company. While many Tesla fanboys obsess over Musk, they are missing a world of investment opportunities in autonomous cars and the chips players that supply those autonomous cars. TheStreet is on the pulse of these happenings.
With Tesla shares now at their lowest level in two-and-a-half years, investors need reassurance that the carmaker is on the right path.
Tesla is hit with yet another bearish broadside, as analysts at Morgan Stanley weigh in on the clean-energy carmaker's prospects in China and the health of its debt-laden balance sheet.
Love Elon Musk? Jim Cramer says don't buy into Tesla's stock just because you belong in a fan club.
Jim Cramer gives his take on why he thinks Tesla bulls are unshakeable as Tesla stock reacts to yet another round of bearish analysis.
Tesla shares fall sharply Monday, at one point sliding under the $200 mark, as an analyst at Wedbush raised further concerns over underlying demand for the carmaker's flagship Model 3.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and new Chief Financial Officer Zach Kirkhorn will personally review all expenses going forward in a 'hardcore' attempt to cut costs following massive losses during the last quarter.
If a Tesla can't brake for a giant truck, how realistic is a driverless robotaxi by next year?
A second battery fire in recent weeks prompts Tesla to update the software on all of its Model S and Model X vehicles worldwide.
Telsa sees T.Rowe Price sell off 81% of its shares in the electric vehicle company.
The report underscores the difficulty Tesla is having in the U.S. solar market.
Tesla short sellers are renewing their revolt against Tesla after a recent capital raise initially sent the stock rallying.
The capital is badly needed but may only offset losses for three to four quarters.
Tesla is raising $2 billion and oddly satisfying both the bulls and the bears by doing so. Here is the level Tesla must trade above.
Tesla on Thursday filed with securities regulators its plans to raise some $2 billion in fresh cash. CEO Elon Musk also filed to buy 42,000 shares for roughly $10 million.
The electric car maker's cash-flow guidance implies a sales rebound for its costliest vehicles that isn't guaranteed. In addition, Tesla might need funds to help pay for next year's Model Y ramp.
Preliminary consent agreement specifically cites Twitter as a medium where CEO must limit himself to approved comments on Tesla.
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