Tesla Inc. soared in late trading after the electric-car maker set a record for quarterly vehicle deliveries, helped by U.S. consumers rushing to buy Model 3 sedans before a federal tax credit shrank in half.
Analysts’ fear is that even if Tesla does show marked improvement in deliveries this quarter, Musk will achieve this at the expense of profitability. And with a shrinking U.S. tax credit posing a threat to demand in the second half of the year, Tesla’s…
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk dismissed concerns about demand for his company’s trademark electric vehicles, telling shareholders at the company’s annual meeting June 11 that sales this quarter could hit record levels.
Tesla Inc. investors will be more anxious than usual to get an update from CEO Elon Musk on June 11 at the company’s annual meeting.
Tesla Inc. shares plunged below $200 for the first time in more than two years on concerns the carmaker faces a “Kilimanjaro-like uphill climb” to hit profitability goals in the second half of the year.
Elon Musk described autonomous-driving technology as “transformative” to Tesla Inc. in a call aimed at ginning up interest in the electric-car maker’s debt and stock offering of about $2 billion, according to two people who dialed in.
Tesla Inc.’s calling used to be bringing affordable electric cars to the masses. Elon Musk is now ripping up the script, vowing to pair self-driving technology with a sharing service that will make it crazy for consumers to buy other cars.
Tesla Inc. announced a series of changes to its vehicle lineup and pricing, including making it tougher to buy its newly available entry-level $35,000 car.