Elon Musk should be celebrating a win as SpaceX safely returns to earth, astronauts snuggly inside. Then he tweets extraterrestrials built the pyramids
CNN's Fredo flops,Tesla nutcase Elon Musk fails, Fiona Hill fizzles on the Hill, Antifa falls, and Swalwell shows how political flatulence rules.
Traders watched stocks rally Friday on a China deal rumor. They also saw videos of an Elon Musk demo in which his new Tesla truck bombs spectacularly.
WASHINGTON: In October 2018, the U.S. Air Force announced that it would award the Launch Service Agreement (LSA) to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman and United Launch Alliance. The purpose of the USA program is to leverage the commercial development of launch vehicles to support national security missions. Elong Musk and his company, SpaceX, are determined to ...
Wall Street's chief regulatory agency has filed a lawsuit – SEC vs. Elon Musk (?) – against the fake auto miracle worker for his obviously illegal “tout by Tweet” caper.
Tesla has been in deep trouble for a long, long time. Unsurprisingly, Tesla shares have been collapsing all summer as the trouble became more obvious, even to Tesla fanboys on the street.
At the present time, crony capitalism distorts our economy and uses taxpayer dollars to reward those who are able to purchase political influence. One needs to just look at Elon Musk and Tesla to see how taxpayer dollars are exploited by private industries.
An irate Elon Musk is angry that a once adoring press is starting to question the billionaire investor's technological prowess. Especially after two of his semi-autonomous Tesla automobiles crashed, killing one driver.
Free enterprise will always provide a service or manufacture a product much faster, more efficiently and at a much lower cost than the government or a government agency. The reason is very simple. Business is motivated by profit.
“Tesla Motors Inc., SolarCity Corp. and Space Exploration Technologies Corp, known as SpaceX, together have benefited from an estimated $4.9 billion in government support…"
Our problem with Musk is that every unredeemed promise, every setback, every miss on his wildly optimistic timetables, whether Teslas, solar power or returnable rockets are involved, guarantees more wasted taxpayer support for his pie-in-the-sky enterprises.
Elon Musk, in this writer’s opinion, deftly conceals, via fawning PR, the two major, overriding flaws in whatever his business plan really is.
Dow Jones knows the way to light up a boring Wall Street melt up that the punditocracy imagines to be the dark before the U.S. financial storm.
SpaceX, whose Dragon spacecraft resupply the International Space Station, has developed a more form-fitting quite sexy space suit for the Crew Dragon.
Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Tony Robbins and many other mega-successful leaders broaden their expertise by reading books and articles well outside of their chosen fields.
Markets skittish for the second day in a row as Libyan oil production increase and Trump threat to leave Paris global warming accord weaken traders’ resolve.
Dragon V2's lunar mission will be the first manned trip to the moon in 45 years and the first lunar voyage by a private spacecraft. The second fact is exciting.
Defensive moves by traders and investors hit a brick wall. Time to re-assess year end stock and bond buy and sell candidates.
Anointing two subpar blondes and one subsidized eco-savior as America’s New Business Gods, the nation’s financial media goes for a hat trick of epic fails.
After a mediocre day of market action, media and Obama Administration darling Elon Musk launches an incestuous Tesla bid for SolarCity after Tuesday's market close. Why?