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4Report: Tesla Motors share price drops as IPO lock-up period ends

Tesla Motors (TSLA) shares were hammered hard near the end of last week and are still dropping as word of the expiration of a 180-day post-IPO lock-up agreement continues to make the rounds. Starting today, 75 million Tesla shares, which had previously been subject to a lock-up agreement restricting their sale, will be eligible for registration.

2Report: Tesla Motors share price drops as IPO lock-up period ends

Tesla Motors (TSLA) shares were hammered hard near the end of last week and are still dropping as word of the expiration of a 180-day post-IPO lock-up agreement continues to make the rounds. Starting today, 75 million Tesla shares, which had previously been subject to a lock-up agreement restricting their sale, will be eligible for registration.

22Tesla Motors shares surge to $29.36; a 73% increase over IPO price

Tesla Motors, the U.S.-based electric automaker partially backed by Toyota and Daimler, let 13.3 million shares fly in its IPO back in June. The opening price of $17 per share was higher than anticipated, but that didn't stop investors from, well, investing. Within a day, the shares shot up to $23.89 – a hefty increase of 40.53 percent.

27J.P. Morgan analysts predict Tesla stock price could jump 30% by end of 2011

Himanshu Patel and Vivek Aalok are two people that you've likely never heard of, but you'll certainly become familiar with a report that they recently wrote for J.P. Morgan and here's why: Patel and Aalok wrote up a 38-page research study of Tesla Motors to determine the company's likelihood of success in the coming years. The report, written for current Tesla shareholders, concludes that Tesla Motors' stock prices may jump up by as much as 30 percent, therefore reaching $25, by the end 2011. Th

30Tesla shares in freefall, now below IPO price

After rising 41 percent on the first day of trading, stock in Tesla Motors has been in an alarming freefall. Yesterday, shares of Tesla Motors fell another 16 percent, landing below their initial offering price of $17 each. For those keeping track of such things, company head and largest shareholder Elon Musk's shares are now worth $433 million, a good bit less than their $457 million value after the IPO.

31Tesla shares in freefall, now below IPO price

After rising 41 percent on the first day of trading, stock in Tesla Motors has been in an alarming freefall. Today, shares of Tesla Motors fell another 16 percent, landing below their initial offering price of $17 each. For those keeping track of such things, company head and largest shareholder Elon Musk's shares are now worth $433 million, a good bit less than their $457 million value after the IPO.

20Tesla rolls out revamped website featuring new galleries, specs and much more

Tesla Roadster - Click above to view Tesla's revamped website

92013 Tesla Roadster to be completely built in-house

Tesla Roadster Sport – Click above for high-res image gallery

5Autoblog Podcast #184 - IPOs, Manly Minivans, City Cars and Hemi horsepower

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27Tesla lets 13.3M shares fly at $17, raises $226M on IPO

Reuters is reporting that a market source has indicated that Tesla Motors sold 13.3 million shares in its IPO at the unexpectedly-high price of $17 per share. The source states Tesla raised nearly $226 million from the offering. Just yesterday, Tesla hinted at a price range of $14 to $16, but high initial interest in the company allowed Tesla to secure investors that were willing to pay the extra bucks.

23POLL: Tesla's IPO is upon us, and there's no consensus on what to do - what's your plan?

So, Tesla's long-awaited IPO is due next week, and there's a lot of chatter about whether to invest or not. Considering this is the first automotive company IPO in ages, this particular offering is getting noticed by people who might otherwise not be paying attention. We're still not going to tell you whether to put your money into Tesla or not, but we will show you what some other people are saying, starting with Mad Money's Jim Cramer, who thinks that the IPO is scorching hot but that the stoc

15Report: Tesla IPO to happen week of June 28

Tesla Model S – Click above for high-res image

17Report: Tesla IPO to happen week of June 28

Tesla Model S – Click above for high-res image

18Tesla to distance itself from CEO, says Musk's "financial situation" won't affect IPO

It's no secret that Tesla's chief executive officer Elon Musk is experiencing some difficulties right now. From the messy divorce to reports that he's broke, Musk has recently made headlines for all the wrong reasons. That's precisely why Tesla Motors hope to distance itself from the CEO as it moves ever closer to its IPO.

80Wife of Tesla CEO demands 10-percent of his company stock and a Roadster in divorce

It's not all that often that a messy divorce pops up with a billionaire on one side and somebody who wants part of the money on the other, right? Actually, this occurs far too often and a divorce involving wealthy individuals can be downright messy and ultimately destructive to those involved. It appears as though the divorce between Tesla's chief executive officer Elon Musk and soon-to-be ex-wife Justine Musk is playing out as one of those mega-litigious affairs, and the impact may be extend we

45Wife of Tesla CEO demands 10 percent of his stock in company, $6M cash, Roadster and more in messy divorce

It's not all that often that a messy divorce pops up with a billionaire on one side and somebody who wants part of the money on the other, right? Actually, we all know this occurs far too often and a divorce involving wealthy individuals can be downright messy and ultimately destructive to those involved. It appears as though the divorce between Tesla's chief executive officer Elon Musk and soon-to-be ex-wife Justine Musk is playing out as one of those super messy and litigious affairs, and the

12Tesla IPO could go decently, or worse, depending on CEO's divorce trial

Darryl Siry, who used to be CMO at Tesla Motors and is now CEO of NewsBasis, and so has a better-than-most insight into the situation, hears word that Tesla's upcoming IPO will go out for somewhere between $1 and $1.5 billion. This will mean that the opening price could be around $10-$12 a share, which is typical, he says, and follows a 1-for-3 reverse stock split that the board recently approved. After the split, there will be 100 million shares outstanding. While we can't know the future &ndas

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