In 1943, when the brilliant scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla died at age 86, a hunt for his inventions, including the Death Ray, began.
Tesla shares (NASDAQ: TSLA) have been going crazy over the past few weeks. Does anyone know the name of Elon Musk's accountant?
We’re back on the Wall Street roller coaster Tuesday morning. Once again, big tech shares lead the day's sickening decline.
Investors enjoyed a mostly robust August. But Monday's rejuggled Dow Jones Industrial average is confusing some investors.
Market rumblings: Friday's disturbing trading action in Tesla. Plus the pernicious effect of Robinhood morons, and our always worsening new China Syndrome.
The Coronavirus is hitting the global auto industry as badly as any. Today, The Car Coach takes a quick look at Elon Musk's Tesla, US and China auto sales
BUFFALO, NY — Auto sales in China have already fallen for 2 years in a row now, and even before the Coronavirus outbreak, we expected another decline in 2020. How are auto manufacturers weathering this storm and do they have any contingency plans for shifting manufacturing elsewhere? Could the Coronavirus stall auto sales? The impact ...
BUFFALO, NY — Elon Musk is a disruptor, this is not disruption. This is a joke on purpose. Is it Cybertruck or Cyber Truck? Does it matter? Musk needed to do something to get the press talking about him and everyone fell for it. He’s a snake oil salesman and this is a gigaflop! The ...
CNN's Fredo flops,Tesla nutcase Elon Musk fails, Fiona Hill fizzles on the Hill, Antifa falls, and Swalwell shows how political flatulence rules.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos casual disses eBay, others, plus more tap-dancing from Elon Musk, controversial head of Tesla. Hubris alert incoming.
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.
All three major market averages are off over 2 percent during the Monday massacre thus far, while the NASDAQ, suffering from an ongoing, waterfall decline in techs, is off close to 3 percent at the moment.
“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…"
Elon Musk, in this writer’s opinion, deftly conceals, via fawning PR, the two major, overriding flaws in whatever his business plan really is.
Apple gets a bid, Tesla stock gets hyped (again), Fed policy remains in Fantasy Land, while stocks forget last week’s tech negativity, until the next time.
After Tesla’s opportunistic and cynical “acquisition” of SolarCity, the positive media spin on heavily subsidized Tesla, Musk, is a fairy tale with a bad ending.
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.