Monthly Archives: March 2018
Tesla Inc (TSLA) stock roared right along on Wednesday to touch another intra-day high of $342.89 and reaching a market capitalization of more than $57 billion, making it more valuable than General Motors and Ford. CEO Elon Musk said again recently that the company’s market cap is more than they deserve, but even that hasn’t […]
The question of whether an autonomous vehicle, faced with an impending collision, kills its passengers or someone else is moot. The post Lawyers, Not Ethicists, Will Solve the Robocar ‘Trolley Problem’ appeared first on WIRED.
The future arrived early for Ford’s new CEO, Jim Hackett, who replaced Mark Fields on Monday after the automobile giant lost patience with its former leader just three years into his tenure. David Kirsch, a management and entrepreneurship professor at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, says Ford will need its new […]
BENGALURU/DETROIT (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co on Thursday outlined a broad reshuffling of senior management under its new chief executive officer, including a new vice president for autonomous and electric vehicles hired away from ride services power Uber.
The Apple car might not be an actual car. It might just be a set of software and hardware systems to enable autonomous driving. Whatever it is, Apple has been testing it on public roads in California. MacRumors has posted a video provided by one of its readers, which shows a white Lexus RX450h SUV […]
As people stare into the future and technical advancement and see computers being implanted in humans with direct links to the brain, machine learning figuring out all the if-then variables in daily life and investments, and driverless cars displacing the number one source of employment in the US, the future is brighter than it seems, […]
For today’s bulletin, we take a look at the latest news on auto giant Ford $F and provide a link to download a FREE STOCK REPORT on the company VALUATION NOTE: Overvalued stocks now make up 58.76% of our stocks assigned a valuation and 23.04% of those equities are calculated to be overvalued by 20% […]
When Alphabet first got into autonomous driving years ago while it was still called Google, the self-driving car it developed was seen as little more than a toy that maybe one day could become a marketable product. Fast-forward to now, and Alphabet’s autonomous driving efforts have become advanced enough to earn a business name: Waymo. […]
Wharton’s John Paul MacDuffie, Santa Clara University’s Dorothy Glancy and Penn’s R. Polk Wagner discuss the Waymo vs. Uber lawsuit. http://d1c25a6gwz7q5e.cloudfront.net/audio/20170518C-KWR-MacDuffie-Wagner-Clancy.mp3 A federal judge’s orders last week in a lawsuit by Google’s parent company, Alphabet, against ride-hailing app company Uber may have launched a major rethink on how the automobile industry braces for competition and […]
In January, Ford Motor Co. abandoned plans to open a $1.6 million factory in Mexico, a move hailed by then President-elect Donald Trump as a vote of confidence in his promise to reverse the flow of U.S. manufacturing jobs to that country. But on Monday, Ford’s newly named chief executive officer distanced himself from an administration […]