Monthly Archives: October 2019
Some residents have responded to Waymo’s autonomous vehicle project by slashing tires, pelting vans with rocks and even drawing a gun on a vehicle.
After grounding its fleet of autonomous vehicles for nine months and overhauling its systems, Uber’s driverless cars are back on the road.
With driverless passenger services slow to become realities, the autonomous industry is casting about for ways to profitably use its technology.
By ignoring his company’s instructions, Musk risked making the public even more confused about how to safely use the semi-autonomous system.
CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Transcript: JP Morgan Chairman And CEO Jamie Dimon Speaks with CNBC‘s Becky Quick Today WHEN: Today, Thursday, December 6, 2018 WHERE: CNBC’s “Power Lunch” – Live from the Business Roundtable CEO Innovation Summit in Washington D.C. The following is the unofficial transcript of a CNBC EXCLUSIVE interview with JP Morgan Chairman and […]
Canadians have been assembling automobiles in Oshawa, Ontario, for more than a century. So when General Motors announced last week that it would lay off 15,000 employees in North America, closing plants in Maryland, Michigan, and Ohio, as well as in Oshawa, it came as a blow to the city’s identity as a GM company […]
Waymo has been quietly (and sometimes not so quietly) testing autonomous driving technology, and now it’s finally rolling out to consumers in Arizona. The post Waymo Launches Consumer Self-Driving Car Service in Arizona appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Excerpt from Stanphyl Capital’s letter for the month of November 2018, discussing Tesla’s Q3 earnings report and the Model 3 demand. Image source: Tesla We remain short stock and call options in Tesla, Inc. (TSLA), which I consider to be the biggest single stock bubble in this whole bubble market. The three core points of […]