Elon Musk Autographs Toy Tesla Car, Asks Fans About Dogecoin Ahead Of ‘SNL’ Performance – Tesla Motors (TSLA)

Tech tycoon and CEO of electric automaker Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) Elon Musk was asked to tout Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) during his appearance on “Saturday Night Live” on May 8.

What Happened: A video of Musk signing autographs on the streets of New York shows him asking what the people who surrounded him think he should do during his Saturday Night Live appearance, to which many answered chanting “DOGE.”

He then asked if DOGE

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How Elon Musk’s companies work together

NASA astronauts Doug Hurley (left) and Bob Behnken stand in front of the Tesla Model X that will carry them to the launchpad for the SpaceX Demo-2 launch.


Tesla revealed in a recent filing some of the ways that the company works with CEO Elon Musk’s other businesses, including SpaceX and The Boring Company.

The filing shows related party transactions that included SpaceX purchasing $2.6 million worth of Tesla vehicle components, and $1.5 million worth of Tesla Energy systems, components and services in 2020. The filing, published late Friday, notes that these prices include labor, and some of

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Tesla’s Elon Musk on why self-driving cars are not mainstream yet

Fully “unsupervised, generalized self-driving” isn’t there quite yet, according to Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk


“A major part of real-world AI has to be solved to make unsupervised, generalized full self-driving work, as the entire road system is designed for biological neural nets with optical imagers,” Musk tweeted Thursday.  

Although self-driving technology has made “great progress,” Musk disclosed in a recent earnings call with investors that it’s “one of the hardest technical problems” that has potentially ever existed. 

“In order to solve it, we basically

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Elon Musk Raises More Questions About Fatal Tesla Crash and Self-Driving Cars

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Tesla’s Model S.



has a long list of questions from investors about a fatal crash in Texas that involved one of its cars. But even a few days on, the electric-vehicle pioneer doesn’t have many definitive answers.

Two men died Saturday night when the 2019 Model S veered off the road, ran into a tree and caught fire. One was on the front passenger side, the other was in the back seat, a local official told an ABC affiliate.

That no one was behind the wheel raises the question of whether Tesla’s (ticker: TSLA) Autopilot

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Elon Musk refutes initial findings from deadly Tesla Model S crash

There are no self-driving cars on sale today. Period.

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A crash involving a Tesla Model S left two people dead Sunday after the car collided with a tree and caught fire, according to local NBC News affiliate KPRC 2 in Spring, Texas. Authorities say an investigation into the crash is ongoing, though the consensus so far is neither of the two men involved in the crash were driving the Model S at the time of impact. On Monday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke out on Twitter to refute initial findings from the early investigation, as two federal agencies

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Elon Musk’s Las Vegas tunnel is like a Tesla amusement park ride

Nate Calabrese almost skipped right over the “driver wanted” ad on job-search website Indeed.com because it offered so few details. Turned out the posting was for the Boring Co., the tunneling business owned by Elon Musk. That’s how Calabrese, 27, ended up driving people underneath the Las Vegas convention center on Friday in one of the first public peeks at the so-called “Loop” Musk has constructed there.

The company’s first big commercial project was set for unveiling at Las Vegas’s glitzy annual Consumer Electronics Show this January, but the Covid-19 pandemic got in the way. Now, it’s ready for its

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