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Elon Musk: Rolling Stone Cover, SpaceX Launch, Tesla Semi & Racism Lawsuit

November 16 may go down in history as serial entrepreneur Elon Musk’s biggest day as he graces the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, manages SpaceX’s secret Zuma satellite launch, hosts the gala premier of the Tesla Semi heavy duty all-electric truck, all while responding to a Tesla racism lawsuit.

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Tesla Posts Loss, Devours Cash — But Promises Model 3 Soon

Tesla stock plunged in after-hours trading Wednesday as the all-electric car maker dropped by over 5 percent following revelations that it spent $622.4 million in the last 90 days in an all-out effort to launch its Model 3 sedan.

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Tesla: 1st Profit in Years, Thanks to California Climate Credits

Tesla Motors Inc. reported this week that revenue nearly doubled in the latest quarter. The all-electric car company reported its first quarterly profit in over three years, thanks to cashing in $139 million of California tax credits.

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Tesla ‘Ludicrous Mode’: 0 to 60 MPH in 2.5 Seconds

Tesla has unveiled the world’s fastest production car, a Model S with a “Ludicrous Mode” that allows it to accelerate from 0-to-60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds, while also being the first electric vehicle with a range of over 300 miles.

Elon Musk and Tesla 3 (Justin Prichard / Associated Press)

Tesla was Under SEC Audit before Autopilot Crashes

Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA:NYSE) will release its second quarter 2016 results on August 3, with the company still losing gobs of cash, stock down 12 percent in the last 12 months, the hands-free autopilot suffering three product failure crashes, and the SEC looking into the company regarding accounting violations prior to the autopilot allegedly killing a driver.

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Tesla to Miss Revenue Target by $315 Million

Tesla Motors Inc. appears to have missed its revenue target for the latest quarter by $315 million, suggesting the company is much better at selling cars than making them.

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Elon Musk, Tesla Promises to Increase Production by 1100%

Despite Tesla Motors Inc. never meeting any unit production targets or making a profit in the last five years, CEO Elon Musk told shareholders this week that through the magic of physics, he will revolutionize the auto industry to increase production by 1,100 percent, and profitably.

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Tesla: United Auto Workers Start Organizing Push

The United Auto Workers union announced that it will be targeting Tesla Motor’s Fremont, California factory for unionization efforts, now that the electric vehicle maker plans to ramp up production to over 500,000 units a year.

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Spiking Lithium Prices Could Dent Tesla’s Profits

Despite huge push-back Breitbart News received for warning April 1 that spiking lithium price inflation could seriously damage or destroy Tesla Motors, Inc.’s business model, Goldman Sachs has declared a new bull market in lithium, reflecting rising prices.