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The Tesla Cybertruck will debut on Thursday as the company begins deliveries of the futuristic-looking electric pickup that has faced a series of delays since its 2019 announcement.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk had plenty to say on Wednesday in an interview with Dealbook's Andrew Ross Sorkin, including cursing out some advertisers formerly on X.
Elon Musk said at the NYT Dealbook conference that Tesla's biggest rivals are in China, not the US. It comes as BYD looks set to eclipse Tesla as the world's biggest electric carmaker this year.

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Competition will only become tougher, which will continue to pressure Tesla's margins. Optimistic investors hope Tesla can one day launch a robotaxi service.
The day has finally arrived for Tesla NASDAQ: TSLA and its cult-like following. Later today, the company is set to deliver its first batch of the eagerly anticipated and long-awaited Cybertruck.
Tesla is set to start deliveries of its long-delayed Cybertruck electric pickup on Thursday, after CEO Elon Musk tempered investor expectations citing problems in ramping production of what he called
Two years behind schedule, the electric model has an unusual design that sets it apart from rival pickups, which could limit its sales.
The event at 3 p.m. Eastern time at the company's Austin factory will be live-streamed on X, the social-media site formerly known as Twitter, which is owned by Tesla TSLA, -1.05% Chief Executive Elon
On November 30, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is set to distribute the initial shipment of Cybertrucks to customers, commemorating four years since CEO Elon Musk initially announced the electric vehicle with i
Tesla has a flair for launches that only tech companies once wielded. If the Cybertruck starts at under $50,000 it will be cheaper than a base-model Ford F-150 Lightning.
The United Auto Workers labor union is launching a huge drive to organize workers at more than a dozen automakers. Those include Tesla Inc., Toyota Motor Corp. and Volkswagen AG.
Earlier this month, union workers at Ford, Stellantis and General Motors approved new contracts negotiated by the UAW that included raises and improved benefits.
The “Nifty 50” were pretty nifty, after all. This group of 50 blue-chip U.S. stocks dominated the bull market of the early 1970s and traded for sky-high P/E ratios.
The UAW union is launching an unprecedented campaign to organize 13 non-union automakers after bargaining record contracts with the Detroit automakers.
Shares of Tesla Inc. climbed enough Wednesday to test a key chart level, but then pulled back as bulls failed to make any progress.
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