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Ford to Invest $1.2 Billion in U.S. Plants to Build Bronco and Ranger

Ford Motor Co. announced Tuesday it will invest $1.2 billion to build a second data center and prepare two factories for the production of the new Bronco and Ranger vehicles. → Read More

GM Pressed By Greenlight Capital to Split Stock In Two Classes

David Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight Capital urged GM to split its common stock into two classes, a proposal rejected by the carmaker. → Read More

Tesla Makes Corporate Sales Push In North America

Tesla has launched a webpage for corporate fleet sales in North America, the latest effort by the automaker to diversify its revenue stream. → Read More

Google’s Waymo Is Testing Self-Driving Minivans in the Snow

Waymo, which is a business under Alphabet, is testing its self-driving Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans in the snow. → Read More

All the New Details Elon Musk Shared About the Tesla Model 3

Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared a number of new details about the Model 3 and even the solar roof tiles Tesla plans to sell. → Read More

Tesla to Start Taking Orders of Solar Roof Tiles in April

Tesla will start taking orders next month for its solar roof, CEO Elon Musk said during a tweetstorm Friday morning. → Read More

Why Tesla CEO Elon Musk Is Among the World's Greatest Leaders

Elon Musk is building the future with companies like Tesla and SpaceX, which helped him land a spot on our World's Greatest Leaders list. → Read More

Elon Musk Shows Off the New Tesla Model 3

Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave investors and customers a glimpse of the hotly anticipated Model 3 via a video on Twitter on Friday. → Read More

Richard Branson Says Goodbye to Virgin America

Virgin America founder Richard Branson posted a farewell letter after Alaska Airlines announced it would retired the brand. → Read More

Why Morgan Stanley Is So Bullish on Tesla and the Model 3

The technology inside Tesla's Model 3 vehicle could make it 10 times safer than the average car on the road, an analyst says. → Read More

Ford Is Being Sued Over the Lack of Muscle in Its Mustang

A lawsuit was filed against Ford Motor alleges the automaker knowingly sold defective 2016 Shelby GT350 Mustang models. → Read More

Microsoft Licenses Connected Car Patents to Toyota

Microsoft has agreed to give Toyota access to its intellectual property for connected cars, kicking off a new auto licensing program. → Read More

Lyft Drivers Have Made $200 Million in Tips

Drivers using the Lyft on-demand ride-hailing app have earned $200 million in tips since the company's founding in 2012. → Read More

SpaceX and NASA Are Looking for Places to Land on Mars

SpaceX, the aerospace startup led by Elon Musk, is working with NASA scientists to locate possible landing sites on Mars. → Read More

The 10 U.S. Cities Where Self-Driving Cars Make the Most Sense

Inrix created analyzed millions of data points to determine which U.S. cities are best positioned to benefit from autonomous vehicles. → Read More

Waymo Hires Ebay Executive to Help Steer Self-Driving Car Policy

Self-driving car company Waymo has hired away an eBay executive to head up its public policy and government affairs department. → Read More

What Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Spent on Uber, Airbnb in 2016

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump embraced sharing economy services during the presidential campaign, FEC records show. → Read More

Tesla Just Raised $1.2 Billion to Build Its Model 3

Tesla raised $1.2 billion—about $350 million in common shares and $850 million in convertible debt—as it prepares to launch the Model 3. → Read More

Hyundai Has a Seat Belt Problem

Hyundai is recalling 977,778 of its Sonata vehicles over problems with its seat belt assembly. → Read More

Why Audi Created a New Business Devoted to Self-Driving Tech

Audi has started a new subsidiary focused on self-driving cars in an effort to deploy the next-generation technology beyond its brand. → Read More