|Bid||303.00 x 800|
|Ask||303.50 x 800|
|Day's range||303.58 - 326.77|
|52-week range||244.59 - 389.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||30 Oct. 2018 - 5 Nov. 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||329.24|
Aug.17 -- Bloomberg's Max Chafkin and RBC Capital Markets Analyst Joseph Spak discusses the fallout from an interview that Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk gave to the New York Times. They speak on "Bloomberg Technology."
When Elon Musk unveiled Tesla's second master plan, the $35,000 Model 3 represented the price floor. When tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee asked Musk in an interview about room for a lower-cost Tesla, the executive estimated that his company could build a $25,000 car in about three years "if we work really hard." This wasn't a promise of a car at that price point, to be clear, but Musk saw the vehicle as possible through a combination of both technical achievements and economies of scale.
Elon Musk’s “take Tesla private” tweet after securing a deal with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund caused a stir. It also brought sovereign wealth investment funds back into focus. The funds, spanning about 50 nations, have $7tn in assets, according to the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
among Tesla investors after the electric car company's chief executive described in stark emotional terms to the New York Times an "excruciating" year of overwork and exhaustion. The latest drama has only compounded Tesla's turbulent ride this year as Mr Musk has burnt through billions in cash to show he can ramp up manufacturing of the Model 3, the company’s attempt to break into the mass market. on Friday as investors digested Mr Musk's confession that his intense involvement has weighed deeply on his personal life and health.
Tesla Inc.’s board of directors is on the lookout for senior talent -- though it’s not actively searching for a chief operating officer, a person familiar with the board’s thinking said late Friday. Questions have arisen about Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk’s well being, judgment and ability to juggle multiple companies in the wake of his Aug. 7 tweet that he was “considering taking the company private at $420 a share. In an interview with the New York Times, a tearful Musk admitted to being sleep deprived and under enormous stress, adding that that no one had seen or reviewed the tweet before he posted it while driving himself to the airport.
Elon Musk’s mood was a top story in Friday’s New York Times, along with President Donald Trump’s Russia problems, Google’s censorship pact with China, and our losing the Queen of Soul. In the Times article, Musk confessed to stress, overwork, and a need for Ambien to sleep. In an interview, Musk laughed and cried—evidence for those armchair psychologists who think he is burned out or manic.
Finding companies you want to buy is relatively easy compared to deciding it’s time to unload them -- at least if you want to be doing it for the right reasons.
Elon Musk's erratic behavior was front and center again this week as the CEO of Tesla conceded that he's overwhelmed by job stress, pushing his electric car company's stock down and bringing pressure on its board to take action.
Shares of Electric car maker Tesla Inc. tumbled about 9 percent Friday after CEO Elon Musk conceded in a newspaper interview that job stress may be getting the best of him. Tesla shares closed at $305.50, their lowest level since Aug. 1, as analysts and business professors questioned whether the company's board should grant Musk a leave or even replace him with a more seasoned CEO. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A privacy group says in a letter to Federal Trade Commission that Google has violated the terms of a 2011 settlement because of practices exposed in an Associated Press report this week.
Bloomberg's Max Chafkin and RBC Capital Markets Analyst Joseph Spak discusses the fallout from an interview that Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk gave to the New York Times. They speak on "Bloomberg ...
Tesla Inc.’s board of directors is at a critical juncture, wedged between a larger-than-life figure to whom many are personally close and their larger responsibility to shareholders. Elon Musk’s astonishing interview with the New York Times has heightened concerns surrounding the health of Tesla’s chairman and chief executive officer, with shares plunging 8.9 percent Friday, the largest drop in nearly two years. The references to Ambien use and driving while tweeting are fueling calls for Tesla’s board to step up its oversight of the company’s CEO and largest shareholder.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday: Nvidia Corp., down $12.62 to $244.82 The chipmaker's profit forecast fell short of Wall Street forecasts. Applied Materials Inc., down $3.66 to ...