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Let's go over five companies that just flat-out got it wrong this week...Monday, but the reeling smartphone pioneer decided to call off what was likely a lukewarm auction . BlackBerry instead decided to oust its CEO, end its strategic review, and
Dyer-Kelly School, at Edison Avenue and Bell Street, is on lock down due to nearby Sheriff's Department activity...Stay with FOX40 and FOX40.com for the latest as this story ... Stockton Police arrested a man Thursday that they believe caused a
Although we don't believe in timing the market or panicking over daily movements, we do like to keep an eye on market changes -- just in case they're material to our investing thesis. DJI ) , which fell back from yesterday's record-high levels to
Tesla Motors' Model S electric car has had its third fire in less than six weeks. In light of this damaging news, Tesla's stock plummeted almost 9 percent during trading on the Nasdaq Thursday. The accident and fire occurred Wednesday.
In the week before its earnings report, shares of SolarCity were up more than 400% since its IPO earlier this year...Shares of First Solar were already up around 100% to $50 over the last 12 months going into its third-quarter report. Its earnings
11/07/2013 02:42:12 PM PST Today: Santa Clara University professor says Twitter will likely look at acquisitions, secondary offering after its IPO leads to a booming stock price. Also: Tesla falls after another Model S fire, SolarCity suffers after
Tesla Motor Inc's Model S electric car has suffered its third fire in six weeks. The Tesla Motors Club website is running pictures and a story about another fire involving a Model S on Wednesday afternoon that a company spokeswoman confirmed...Tesla
On average, it takes anywhere from 20 minutes to 75 minutes for a drivers to charge a Tesla battery. Tesla plans to open stations that connect 80% of the US population in 2014 and 98% by 2015. It plays up the charging wait on its website by stating, "
Although we don't believe in timing the market or panicking over daily movements, we do like to keep an eye on market changes -- just in case they're material to our investing thesis. The Dow Jones Industrials climbed almost 129 points today,
N.C. (MarketWatch) The cries of anguish you're hearing this morning over Tesla Motors Inc.'s latest earnings report have all the authenticity of the famous line from Casablanca in which Captain Renault expresses shock that there is gambling going on.