Tesla is now worth more than any automaker in the world as its stock price soars past $1,000 per share.
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The tech giant says that accessories and services resonated with customers stuck at home and that its production is now back to normal levels.
The company's co-founder was facing down an investor seeking to fire him.
The ride-hailing company beats analysts' estimates for the end of 2019, but profitability is still a ways off.
Being kicked out of London and releasing data on the number of sexual assaults that happen during its rides didn't appear to hinder the ride-hailing company.
The electric car maker has been forced to idle its massive Chinese Gigafactory due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
A single share of Tesla is now more than $900.
The company also reveals it now has over 150 million paid Prime members.
The ride-hailing company "has spent a decade creating algorithms to squeeze every red cent out of drivers," one protester says.
The ride-hailing company is coming through three rounds of layoffs, turf battles in London and New York City, and new gig-worker legislation in California.
The ride-hailing company delivers amid a California bill on gig workers and lawsuits over alleged sexual assault by its drivers.