Musk drew scrutiny on Twitter for donating nearly $40,000 to a political committee with GOP ties.
The electric automaker announced last week that customers would begin to lose a $7,500 tax credit starting next year.
The electric automaker will become the first to lose eligibility for a tax incentive due to increased production levels.
FBN's Gerri Willis on Tesla ending its reservation system for the Model 3 and reports Tesla is planning to build a factory in China.
Under the agreements, Tesla will independently open a plant integrating research and development, manufacturing and sales functions.
Tesla has been banking heavily on China to boost sales of its electric cars and had planned to build a factory in the country.
The automaker silenced critics with Model 3 production jumping 55%.
FBN's Gerri Willis on Tesla hitting its production target of 5,000 Model 3 sedans a week.
A Ford executive jabbed Musk over the "makeshift tent" at Tesla's factory.
In an email to employees, the CEO fired back at a Wall Street analyst.
The electric car maker's stock rallied as Musk offered some early details about the truck.
FBN’s Nicole Petallides on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's tweet about the company's future pickup truck.
CyberSponse Chairman Joseph Loomis and Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber react to Tesla’s lawsuit against an ex-employee, who allegedly hacked the company’s system and leaked data to unnamed third parties.
The automaker said a former employee illegally transferred sensitive data to unidentified third parties.
Vector CEO Jim Cantrell on the future of space travel.
Musk reportedly delivered the news in an email to Tesla employees.
Tesla is the most-shorted stock in the U.S.
The updated version of the feature “nags” drivers to place their hands on the steering wheel more frequently than it did in the old version.
The electric automaker is looking to cut costs and boosts profits through a structural reorganization.
The automaker’s stock got a boost on Tuesday after one Wall Street firm raised its Model 3 production expectations for the quarter by 50%.