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Tesla takes a short seller to court, claiming he's stalking

Tesla persuaded a state court judge to issue a temporary restraining order requiring the man to stay at least 100 yards away from its factory and employees.

Huawei says it has launched world's first 5G auto hardware

It's a sign of the company's growing ambitions to become a key supplier to the sector for self-driving technology.

Ghosn indicted on new charges

Japanese prosecutors indicted Carlos Ghosn for a fourth time on Monday, alleging that he misappropriated $5 million from Nissan for personal use during his time as the head of the automaker.

Lincoln reimagined as a 'luxury boutique'

Lincoln has spent the better part of this decade transforming its lineup and rebooting its brand identity. Its next challenge: Not messing it up.

U.S. ultimatum to Chrysler was not coercion, Rattner testifies

The former head of the White House's auto rescue task force says the government was Chrysler's savior, not its boss.