Tesla Misses Model 3 Production Goals
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Tesla badly missed its goal of building 1,500 Model 3 car in the third quarter, the first sign that the production ramp-up for the new sedan isn't going as smoothly as planned.
Jeff Immelt Steps Aside as GE Chairman, Months Ahead of Schedule
Jeff Immelt, the longtime leader of General Electric Co., is stepping aside as chairman and leaving the board of the industrial giant several months ahead of schedule.
Equifax's Ex-CEO Says Hack Marred by Missed Warnings, Communication Lapses
A widespread breakdown in security safeguards at Equifax allowed hackers to gain access to some 143 million Americans' personal information, according to prepared testimony former CEO Richard Smith plans to deliver Tuesday.
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Takata Assures Creditors on Sale to Key Safety Systems
Takata has ironed out the final details of the $1.6 billion sale of the bulk of its business to Key Safety Systems, a lawyer for the car-parts maker told a judge Monday.
Goldman Sachs Weighs Trading Cryptocurrencies
Goldman Sachs is weighing a new trading operation dedicated to bitcoin and other digital currencies, the first blue-chip Wall Street firm preparing to deal directly in this burgeoning yet controversial market.
Facebook, Amid Furor Over Russia-Backed Ads, Plans to Add Reviewers
Facebook, on the defensive as it hands over data on Russian-backed ads on its platform, said it plans to add 1,000 new workers to review ads even though it will count mostly on users to flag questionable ads.
Uber Investors Clash With Board Over Voting Power
Uber Technologies Inc.'s board is bracing for a contentious battle over voting control after two investors threatened legal action ahead of a planned vote Tuesday that could upend the board and diminish the power of some of the company's earliest shareholders.
U.S. Auto Makers Step Up Plans for Electric Vehicles
Detroit's largest auto makers ramped up plans for electric vehicles in coming years. GM plans to introduce two more electric vehicles over the next 18 months, and Ford has formed a team to help direct investments toward new electrified vehicles.
Wells Fargo CEO to Apologize for Scandal at Hearing
Wells Fargo Chief Executive Timothy Sloan is expected to apologize for the bank's phony-account scandal Tuesday and tell Senate lawmakers that his firm has rehired about 1,800 employees who left over shortcomings with its sales practices.
Uber Shake-Up Continues as Head of Northern Europe Quits
Uber's manager for Northern Europe, whose responsibilities included the U.K., is quitting, as the ride-hailing firm's travails continue after London regulators decided to strip it of its operating license.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
October 02, 2017 17:15 ET (21:15 GMT)