Tesla Shares Jump 16% Despite Record Loss
The automaker predicts it can produce 7,000 vehicles per week, which would enable it "to become sustainably profitable for the first time in our history."
Three Questions to Ask about Tesla
Will Elon Musk succeed with his strategy of wooing investors with promises for the future and one shiny new object after another?
Ex-Tesla Worker Alleges Production Irregularities
Former technician Martin Tripp told the SEC that Tesla has put defective batteries in cars to meet production quotas.
Proposals to Separate Joint CEO-Board Chair Roles Go Nowhere
Each year dozens of shareholder proposals seek to quash potential conflicts of interest by calling for an independent chair. But they hardly ever pass.
Moody’s Cuts Tesla Rating on Model 3 Woes
The downgrade to a B2 rating reflects "the significant shortfall in the production rate" of the Model 3 vehicle and liquidity pressures, Moody's says.
Solar Boom Ends Amid SolarCity Slowdown
Residential solar installations in the U.S. are expected to decline this year in the wake of Tesla's acquisition of SolarCity.
What Wildfires, Hurricanes Can Teach About Risk Reduction
Companies can leverage their involvement in infrastructure development to raise resiliency standards.
Tesla Offers $1.5B in Junk Bonds to Raise Cash
The company's first junk issue is a bet that "bond investors will be as hungry as stock investors to back" Tesla as it ramps up production of the Model 3.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Feb. 24
JetBlue Airways, Tesla, Wynn Resorts, Navient, TPC Group, Hawaiian Electric Industries, Ardent Mills, Rubicon Project, Cognex, DexCom.
Musk Shifts Gears at Tesla With SolarCity Offer
The entrepreneur says the $2.8 billion deal will turn Tesla into the world’s only vertically-integrated energy company.