Monthly Archives: September 2019
Stanphyl Capital’s letter to investors for the month of March 2019. rawpixel / Pixabay Friends and Fellow Investors: For March 2019 the fund was up approximately 5.5% net of all fees and expenses. By way of comparison, the S&P 500 was up approximately 1.9% while the Russell 2000 was down approximately 2.1%. Year-to-date 2019 the […]
Daimler Trucks has agreed to buy a majority stake in self-driving truck software maker Torc Robotics as part of a broader push to develop autonomous vehicles.
Daimler Trucks has agreed to buy a majority stake in autonomous truck software maker Torc Robotics as part of a broader push to develop self-driving vehicles.
Volkswagen has signed a deal to develop a pickup truck with U.S. rival Ford and continues discussions about extending its alliance to include autonomous driving and mobility services, the German carmaker said on Thursday.
Volkswagen has signed a deal to develop a pick-up truck with U.S. rival Ford and may extend its alliance to include autonomous driving and mobility services, the German carmaker said on Thursday.
Performance driving isn’t just for race cars. If autonomous vehicles are going to be truly safe, they’ll need to be able to perform at the safe maneuvering limits under a variety of conditions. A team of Stanford researchers has just brought us one step closer. The post Stanford Car Can Learn How to Handle Unknown […]
Whitney Tilson’s email to investors discussing Tesla‘s enhanced summon feature and why the company’s stock is likely to drift down. Discussion on Tesla’s Enhanced Summon feature One of my friends (who’s bullish on Tesla) sent me a link to this web page, Watch this Tesla Model 3 drive to its owner on Enhanced Summon in […]
The talks precede Uber’s initial public offering and may ease worries about how costly it is to develop autonomous vehicles.
Daimler and BMW are teaming up to develop autonomous driving technology to cut costs and set an industry standard that can help to shape future regulation for self-driving cars, senior executives said on Wednesday.
Sweden’s Volvo Buses and Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) on Tuesday unveiled a full-size autonomous electric bus for testing this year in the city state.