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TSLA Jan 2025 125.000 call

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  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Tesla robotaxi: Are autonomous vehicles safe enough for roads?

    Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk has turned his attention to the latest endeavor for the EV company: robotaxis. After the heavy criticisms lobbed toward Tesla's own full self-driving features and other automakers' robotaxi fleets is this the right move for the electric vehicle innovator? Edge Case Research CEO Michael Wagner — whose risk management specializes in autonomous driving adoption — explains that the technology is "not yet good enough to operate everywhere" based on many variables and is curious to see how Tesla has its self-driving data "calibrated" to account for safety. "What I would really love to see in that kind of an event is what's called a safety case, which is a structured argument for why the technology is ready to go out on the road. We have standards that are written like UL 4600 that they could use to be able to argue that very effectively to the public and to regulators," Wagner says to Yahoo Finance. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Tesla stock under pressure as top executives depart

    Shares of Tesla (TSLA) are trading lower following a Reuters report that the automaker's global job cuts will affect its largest markets: the US and China. The layoffs will impact the sales and engineering divisions, and come as two of the company's top executives, Drew Baglino and Rohan Patel, leave the company.  Yahoo Finance anchors Seana Smith and Madison Mills discuss how Tesla could see rocky months ahead, particularly given certain consumer pressures.  For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance. This article was written by Gabriel Roy.

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    The EV market is in trouble: The latest sign is Tesla's layoffs

    The drive to electrify personal cars in California has, at best, hit a rough patch. The big question is whether current conditions will turn out to be growing pains.