Tesla could be forced to pay out as much as $160 million to Norwegian Tesla owners. This comes after a Norway court ruled a 2019 software update throttled the electric cars’ battery life. This...
Electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla invested $1.5 billion in the popular cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Tesla had disclosed in a regulatory filing regarding its investment in Bitcoin. Prices of Bitcoin jumped by almost 15%, rising to $44,000...
Both electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla and Bitcoin have given massive returns to investors off late. Tesla’s shares have soared in 2020, having given a 700% gain. Shares of Tesla were inducted into the S&P...
Tesla the electric vehicle manufacturer has registered with the Registrar of Companies in India.
The world’s richest man, Elon Musk , Tesla CEO, on January 7th, had published a tweet “Use Signal”. It is believed that he was referring to Signal, the encrypted messaging service. However, investors in another case of mistaken identity piled up on shares of Signal Advance a publicly traded company, and sent its shares soaring by a mind-boggling 11,722%. This gave long term shareholders more than 60,000% returns in a year.
Tata Motors shares have risen by more than 250% since its March lows, thus more than tripling investor wealth. Today, shares of Tata Motors rocketed up by almost 13% to end the day at ₹223.2.
Serial entrepreneur Elon Musk overtakes Jeff Bezos to become the world’s richest person with a net worth of more than $185 billion. Jeff Bezos has held the title of the world’s richest man since 2017. With Elon Musk overtaking Jeff Bezos to become the world’s richest, he is not the only one to have contributed to rearranging the rich list.
Apple plans to step into the driverless, electric car segment after having enjoyed tremendous success in the customer electronic goods space. The car is planned for a launch as early as 2024. Apple not being satisfied with the existing battery technologies in the market, has decided to develop its own battery technology.
The electric vehicle maker Tesla was inducted into the S&P 500 on Monday, and immediately slumped by almost 5% within half an hour of the market opening as the news of a new coronavirus strain emanating from the UK started making rounds.Tesla shares have rocketed by almost 80% since the beginning of November and by more than 700% since the beginning of the year.