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Getty Images Shares of Tesla Inc. notched their longest losing streak in more than two months, down for a fourth straight session and ending the week off 7.6%. The stock was the second-worst performer on the Nasdaq-100 NDX, -0.04% on Friday, suffering...
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Why Tesla Was Right to Extend Its Cars’ Battery Life During Irma
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It all started with a single request from a Florida resident—and Tesla owner—preparing to evacuate as Hurricane Irma barreled towards the state. The Tesla Model S 60 owner asked if the automaker would "unlock" the battery capacity of his electric car to...
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There's no question that Tesla's future is all about China (TSLA)
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• China could be Tesla's largest market in the future. • The Chinese government is considering relaxing rules to allow foreign electric carmakers to operate their own factories. • Tesla could amass much more market share in China than in the US...
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Tesla wants to build 'mega supercharging' stops that sell food and coffee
businessinsider.com.auDanielle Muoio
Tesla wants to take the tedium out of the charging experience by turning its stops into convenience stores. Tesla owners already have it pretty good when it comes to juicing up their vehicles. Customers can drive to one of the companies' many...
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Tesla Exploring Opening Service Stations Alongside Superchargers
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Tesla is reportedly exploring the possibility of opening service stations to be co-located with its Superchargers, reports GrubStreet. The news came from Tesla Chief Technology Officer (CTO) JB Straubel who presented about industrial innovation this week at FSTEC, a conference that discusses...
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