More Uber Turmoil as Company President Resigns

Trouble continues at Travis Kalanick’s Uber. Jeff Jones, who joined the ride-sharing company as its president just seven months ago, took the company’s swirling turmoil over allegations of sexual harassment, illegal activities and theft into overdrive by quitting and stating publicly that his “beliefs and approach to leadership” are inconsistent with Uber’s management.

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Elon Musk Reveals Forecast to ‘Take Over the World’

Not satisfied with just losing gobs of money on each car that Tesla builds, CEO Elon Musk just revealed his “Master Plan” to “try to take over the world” — a plan that seemed so farfetched, the stock crashed by 3.5 percent

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Regulators Want ‘Suicide’ Function for Tesla

Tesla Motors stock jumped by $5 at the opening on January 11 in response to an update to its hands-free operation, but then ethical concerns that drivers would do crazy things caused a $10 plunge. In October, Tesla October released

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Mercedes Racing to Beat Apple, Google, and Uber in Self-Driving Vehicles

Mercedes-Benz research and development lab in Sunnyvale, California is racing to beat Apple, Google and Uber to dominate commercial and luxury self-driving vehicles. Google, Tesla, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Volkswagen and four other developers of autonomous vehicles already have permission from

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Apple Car Could be Printing Money by 2020

Despite all the mainstream media naysayers “dissing” Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) for designing and building a car, I believe the economics are overwhelmingly favorable for Apple to extend its brand to vehicles.

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