Apple Engineer Playing Smartphone Video Game During Fatal Mountain View Tesla CrashAn Apple engineer, who was killed two years ago in a fiery Tesla crash on a Silicon Valley freeway, was playing a video game on his smartphone at the time of the accident, the National Transportation Safety Board announced at a hearing Tuesday.
Massive Tree Falls Overnight, Crushes Tesla In Foster CityA Tesla owner in Foster City received a rude awakening when their car was crushed by a fallen tree early Monday morning.
Tesla Prices Second Offering Of Stock At $767 ApieceTesla priced its second offering of stock at $767 apiece Friday.
Tesla Offers $2B In Additional Shares, Stock Dips Slightly Shares of Tesla Inc. fell just over 1 % in early trading Thursday after the electric vehicle and solar panel maker announced it would sell more than $2 billion worth of additional shares.
NTSB: Man Killed In Mountain View Tesla Crash Complained About AutopilotAn Apple engineer who died when his Tesla Model X hit a concrete barrier on a Silicon Valley freeway had complained before his death that the SUV’s Autopilot system would malfunction in the area where the crash happened.
Elon Musk's Verdict On Facebook: It's 'Lame' And You Should Delete ItElon Musk has taken another swipe at Facebook.
Tesla Stock Up 114% So Far This YearTesla's stock soared on Tuesday, continuing a remarkable rally in which the stock has soared for days, weeks and months.
Tesla Posts First Annual Profit: '2019 Was A Turning Point'Tesla posted its first annual profit, easily topping Wall Street's forecasts in the final three months of 2019.
Tesla Driver Who Died In Pleasanton Crash IdentifiedA Tesla Model S driver who died after apparently losing control and hitting a traffic signal pole and cement wall in Pleasanton earlier this month has been identified.
Tesla Passes $100 Billion, Teeing Up Big Payout For Elon MuskThe meteoric rise of Tesla shares that recently pushed the Bay Area company's value over $100 billion could turn into a supercharged payday for CEO Elon Musk.
Tesla Says Unintentional Acceleration Complaints 'Completely False' As U.S. Agency ExaminesA Berkeley man petitioned the U.S. government's auto safety agency to look into allegations that all three of Tesla's electric vehicle models can suddenly accelerate on their own.