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Travis Kalanick wasn't aware that Tesla was already working on autonomous vehicle tech.

A key analyst for Morgan Stanley adjusted his rating for the automaker.

The accident was allegedly caused by severe glare that prevented the bus driver from seeing the vehicle struck.

Production begins mid-year.

Fremont gets the jump on California's 'zero net energy' plan for 2020.

Fremont City Council is now waiting for approval from state building and energy commissions.

It's putting down about 450 horsepower at the wheels.

Tesla asks permission to collect Autopilot video to make autonomous driving safer.

Tesla's asking for permission first, promising privacy, and allowing owners to opt out at any time.

Word of the recruiting spread quickly after a poster was published on LinkedIn by Tesla's senior technical recruiter. Thing is, you had to have an invitation to get in.

One Citi analyst is suggesting exactly that, and a whole lot more.

Apple is sitting on a cash hoard of $250 billion. Analysts think that money should be put to work.

Tesla is off to its usual interesting start to the year.

Automatic braking currently only works at speeds up to 28 miles per hour.

Apple suggested a series of changes "so that rapid technology development may be realized while ensuring the safety of the traveling public."

Video shows us traveling down there at 124 mph.

Cars travel on mobile platforms.

According to unnamed sources, a disagreement with Musk over how to treat existing clients resulted in Grohmann's departure.

North America Supercharger deployment will more than double

California-based electric vehicle maker Tesla will double the deployment of its Superchargers this year as it unveils the lower-priced Model 3 sedan.

About the same number of drivers say they're buying a pickup next.

AAA poll indicates 30 million Americans may buy an electric vehicle within three to five years.

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