New Tesla Roadster May Be Able To Fly Over TrafficTesla unveiled a new sports car that may have an added feature -- it can fly.
Tesla's Big-Rig, Not Out Until 2019, Already Has OrdersEven though production isn't expected to start on it until 2019, companies are already placing orders for Elon Musk's big rig.
Tesla Unveils Electric Big Rig Truck, Adding to Its AmbitionsCEO Elon Musk said the semi is capable of traveling 500 miles on an electric charge and will cost less than a diesel semi considering fuel savings, lower maintenance and other factors.
Tesla Calls Racial Discrimination Lawsuit 'Hotbed Of Misinformation'Tesla Motors responded Tuesday to allegations that racial slurs were used against black workers at their factory in Fremont, saying they terminated the employment of several workers after investigating those reports.
Tesla Board Member Denies Harassment ClaimsProminent tech investor Steve Jurvetson is denying the misconduct allegations against him.
Former Tesla Factory Worker Files Lawsuit Alleging Racial DiscriminationA former Tesla factory employee alleges the manufacturer fosters an "offensive work environment" in which racial slurs are used routinely.
Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Gets Spiked In The House Tax BillThe new House tax bill would do away with a tax credit of up to $7,500 for plug-in vehicle purchases.
Does Tesla Have Enough Cash To Fix Model 3 Production Woes?Tesla is trying to figure out how to build the Model 3 cars it has long promised while also trying to avoid running out of cash.
Tesla Swings To $671 Million Loss On Model 3 DelaysElectric car maker Tesla Inc. swung to a $671 million loss in the third quarter as it struggled to ramp up production of its new Model 3 small car.
Tesla Sued By Shareholder For Model 3 DelaysTesla CEO Elon Musk warned company employees that ramping up production of the Model 3 would be put them in "production hell.' He didn't mention there would be lawyers.
Tesla's SolarCity Settles With State Of Vermont Over Contract ErrorsUnder the agreement, SolarCity would spend about $200,000 to address net-metering contracts and registrations for about 134 customers.
UAW Claims Tesla Firings Violated Federal Labor LawThe United Auto Workers International Union has filed unfair labor practice charges against Tesla, claiming the Bay Area-based automaker has illegally fired pro-union employees.

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