First Shift: SEC said to be probing TeslaJuly 12, 2016
Tesla probed by SEC over disclosure of fatal crash, report saysJuly 11, 2016
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is probing Tesla Motors for a possible breach of securities law stemming from Tesla's decision not to inform investors of a May 7 fatal crash involving its Autopilot automated driving system, according to a newspaper report.
NHTSA launches probe of Tesla Model X crash for AutoPilot roleJuly 6, 2016
Tesla told regulators about Autopilot crash 9 days after accidentJuly 5, 2016
Tesla alerted regulators to a fatality in one of its electric cars in partial self-driving Autopilot mode nine days after it crashed, the company said on Tuesday, defending its decision not to make the accident public before a federal investigation was announced.
Ally shareholder Feinberg resigns from board after showdown with advisory firmJune 28, 2016
Tesla investor group wants more independent board, cites Musk tiesJune 28, 2016
An investor group called on Tesla to add two independent directors to its board and separate the roles of chairman and chief executive as it highlighted founder and CEO Elon Musk's dominance of the board in the wake of Tesla's proposed bid for SolarCity.
Lyft hires investment banker Qatalyst to explore options, report saysJune 27, 2016
Legal hassles possible for U.S. companies in wake of BrexitJune 24, 2016
International automotive companies should prepare for tricky legal issues -- especially on trademarks and trade treaties -- as the United Kingdom exits the EU. That's the advice from Jeff Sadowski, a suburban Detroit patent attorney for Howard and Howard.
Penske Automotive, Group 1 shares plunge after Brexit voteJune 24, 2016
Shares of Penske Automotive Group and Group 1 Automotive, two of the three largest U.S. dealership groups, fell Friday to their lowest levels since February on concerns over the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union.
Musk’s SolarCity bid a rare time investors don't buy his visionJune 24, 2016
Elon Musk is accustomed to shareholders snapping up whatever his Tesla Motors Inc. has to sell. Now his plan to merge the electric-car maker with struggling SolarCity has him confronting a rare case of investor unrest.
A Tesla bull, citing risk from SolarCity deal, cuts outlook on EV makerJune 23, 2016
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas, one of the most bullish analysts on Tesla Motors, joined the ranks of those who have panned Elon Musk's $2.86 billion proposal to combine the automaker with solar-panel provider SolarCity.