Is it possible that cars are about to go the same way as DVDs, CDs or cameras?
Some of the biggest names in corporate leadership continued to grab headlines in 2018, nobody more so than Elon Musk, whose rollercoaster year ended with him deposed as Tesla Chair.
The Canadian facility will be a casualty of the auto giant's pivot into zero-emissions and autonomous vehicles.
One of the world’s best-known, most highly respected and successful car company bosses, Carlos Ghosn, has been arrested in Japan and looks certain to be stripped of his role at the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. How did it happen to him?
Denholm is currently Head of Strategy and Chief Financial Officer at Australian telco giant Telstra. She will move into the Tesla role full-time after serving a six-month notice period at Telstra.
Having applied for the permit back in April, Waymo has now received permission to use its autonomous cars on both city and rural roads in California.
Flight JT610 took from Jakarta on 29 October local time and reportedly crashed into the Java Sea less than 15 minutes after take-off.
Tesla's shares were up by more than 12% after unexpectedly reporting a third-quarter profit at its earnings call on 24 October local time.
The Wall Street Journal reports the ride-sharing pioneer has received offers for an initial public offering based on a staggering valuation of the company.
A report in Financial Times citing two insiders said that Murdoch, currently a non-executive director at Tesla, is likely to step into the vacant Chair position.