|Bid||353.96 x 1100|
|Ask||354.28 x 1100|
|Day's range||346.25 - 370.00|
|52-week range||244.59 - 389.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||31 Jul 2018 - 6 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||309.09|
Jun.19 -- Tesla Inc. fell victim to sabotage from a disgruntled employee who was denied a promotion, according to an email sent to staff by Elon Musk. Bloomberg's Jackie Simmons reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Jun.19 -- Gateway Partners CEO Viswanathan Shankar discusses the Saudi Arabia equities market, global trade disputes, and talks about the performance of Tesla. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Tesla (TSLA) stock has been quite volatile lately, especially after its annual shareholder meeting on June 5. Since then, the stock has been trading on a positive note and has registered about 27% gains at $370.83 as of June 18. However, TSLA turned negative earlier today, and it was down over 5.3% at 12:45 PM EST.
Elon Musk, apparently undeterred by President Donald Trump’s warnings of rising crime, said Tuesday he is eyeing Germany as a potential site for Tesla Inc.’s planned European Gigafactory. Other countries that had been mooted as possible locations include Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Portugal.
A Tesla employee has been carrying out "extensive and damaging sabotage", according to the company's chief executive. Elon Musk alleged in an email to staff that the employee sent sensitive data to unnamed third parties and made code changes to its manufacturing operating system. Mr Musk did not name the employee and company spokeswoman Gina Antonini declined to comment on the email.
Tech executives have previously raised concerns about White House immigration policies, including Trump's travel ban.
Tesla Inc. and General Motors Co. are caught in the middle of a collision between U.S. President Donald Trump and his China counterpart Xi Jinping. Tesla shares plunged as much as 6.6 percent, the biggest intraday drop in more than six weeks, while GM slumped as much as 4.1 percent after China vowed to “forcefully” retaliate against Trump’s threatened tariffs on another $200 billion in imports from Asia’s largest economy. The carmakers are among the companies with the most to lose if Trump ups the ante on the tariffs placed on $50 billion of goods announced last week.
Company gearing up to hit target of 5,000 Model 3 cars a weekReutersTesla Model 3s recharge in an underground parking lot next to a Tesla store in San Diego,. The new line is apparently rolling out dual-motor, high-performance Model 3s, a new version for $78,000 that the Tesla chief executive announced less than a month ago. On Friday, Musk reportedly sent an email to staff congratulating them on their efforts, but said “radical improvements” still need to be made to reach their production goal.
NIC Inc., a leading provider of digital government solutions and secure payment processing has named two former chief information officers to its board: former US Government CIO, Tony Scott, and former Tesla CIO, Jay Vijayan.
Let’s say you are a prominent government official and a billionaire, and you own stock in a shady company. Eventually the reporter publishes the story, which details how shady the company is and implies that it is nefariously connected to prominent government officials. Five days before reports surfaced last fall that Ross was connected to cronies of Vladimir Putin through a shipping firm called Navigator Holdings, the secretary of commerce, who likely knew about the reporting, shorted stock in the Kremlin-linked company, positioning himself to make money on the investment when share prices dropped.
Now, let’s look at some key factors that could drive Tesla’s valuation multiples going forward. On June 13, Tesla’s forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple was 29.3x. This valuation multiple was calculated using TSLA’s estimated EBITDA multiple for the next 12 months.
Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: Saboteurs of Tesla? Shares of Tesla (TSLA) are down $16.54, or 5%, to $354.29, after it was learned that Chief Executive Elon Musk sent an email Sunday night to employees warning of saboteurs within the ranks of the company. Musk said one individual was caught changing code within the company’s manufacturing computer system, and “exporting large amounts of highly sensitive Tesla data to unknown third parties,” according to a copy of the letter printed by CNBC’s Lora Kolodny, who wrote that she confirmed receipt with unnamed employees within multiple divisions of the company.
In a bizarre twist to a stock story that is anything but ordinary, a number of news organizations reported Monday that Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk told employees via email that the company had been the victim of “sabotage” by a disgruntled employee.
Last week, Tesla stock (TSLA) continued to rise, gaining 12% and closing at $358.17 despite mixed market sentiment. The week was its fourth in a row of upward movement.
In its first-quarter earnings report, Tesla (TSLA) noted that it expects positive GAAP net income and positive cash flow in Q3 2018 and Q4 2018. While many analysts believe that Tesla could miss its Model 3 production target in the second quarter, Tesla’s management appears confident that it can achieve a production target of 5,000 Model 3s per week, as we noted earlier in this series.
Last week, Fiat Chrysler stock (FCAU) fell 1.4% to settle at $20.85, marking its sixth consecutive week of downward movement. In the previous week, the stock fell ~1.9%.
In the last few years, the race to build reliable and safe autonomous vehicles (or AVs) has intensified among mainstream automakers. US electric carmaker Tesla (TSLA) has also been working to rapidly improve its Autopilot system.
Tesla Inc. fell victim to sabotage from a disgruntled employee who was denied a promotion, according to an email sent to staff by Elon Musk. Bloomberg's Jackie Simmons reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance." ...
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Monday in an email to staff that an unnamed Tesla employee had conducted "extensive and damaging sabotage" to the company's operations including allegedly making unspecified code changes to its manufacturing operating system and sending what the email said was sensitive Tesla data to unnamed third parties. Musk said in the email, which was seen by Reuters, that he learned about this alleged behavior over the weekend. "The full extent of his actions are not yet clear, but what he has admitted to so far is pretty bad," Musk wrote.
Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Monday in an email to staff that an unnamed Tesla employee had conducted "extensive and damaging sabotage" to the company's operations including allegedly making unspecified code changes to its manufacturing operating system and sending what the email said was sensitive Tesla data to unnamed third parties. Musk said in the email, which was seen by Reuters, that he learned about this alleged behavior over the weekend. "The full extent of his actions are not yet clear, but what he has admitted to so far is pretty bad," Musk wrote.