Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said in a podcast released on Friday that demand for the company's electric vehicles remained strong throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with consumers preferring to shop online.
Lyft Inc said on Thursday it has partnered with the U.S. unit of German rental car group Sixt SE to expand its in-app rental business to carless city dwellers eager to take a trip.
NEW YORK Public health researchers at New York University are launching a coronavirus safety training for ride-hail workers at a time when many Uber and Lyft drivers are expected to return to the road as federal unemployment benefits expire.
New York Tesla trotzt der Corona-Krise: Der Elektroauto-Pionier hat dank Kostensenkungen und relativ stabilen Umsätzen zum vierten Quartal in Folge einen Quartalsgewinn erwirtschaftet und damit eine wichtige Hürde zum Einzug in den S&P-500-Index der wichtigsten börsennotierten US-Unternehmen genommen.
New York/Bangalore Tesla hat ungeachtet der Coronavirus-Epidemie das vierte Quartal in Folge einen Gewinn verbucht und damit seine Aktie in die Höhe springen lassen.
Tesla Inc on Wednesday posted a second-quarter profit as cost cuts and strong deliveries helped offset coronavirus-related factory shutdowns, sending its stock up 4.4% in after-hours trading and clearing a hurdle that could lead to the electric carmaker's inclusion in the S&P 500 index . | Video
When Tesla Inc reports second-quarter results after the bell on Wednesday, investors will be keen to see whether the electric carmaker has delivered a profit during the global pandemic that has sunk most of its internal combustion rivals deep in red ink.
Bayer AG failed to persuade a California appeals court to overturn a verdict favoring a school groundskeeper who claimed its Roundup weed killer caused his cancer but reduced the amount of damages by 74% to $20.5 million.
NEW YORK Uber Technologies Inc has quietly launched a service to give public health officials quick access to data on drivers and riders presumed to have come into contact with someone infected with COVID-19, company officials told Reuters. | Video
NEW YORK/SEOUL Convinced of Tesla Inc's imminent meteoric rise, Orestis Palampougioukis, a Netherlands-based software developer, took out a 43,000 euro ($49,000) loan in early October to invest it all in the electric carmaker, which at the time was trading at around $230 a share.