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Questions for Tesla Motors, Inc. CEO Elon Musk Today

Questions for Tesla Motors, Inc. CEO Elon Musk Today

The stock's price moved up its 200-day moving average of $27.77. These impressive delivery numbers were also reflected in the company's total revenues from Automotive sales, which rose to $2.15 billion from just $852.6 million a year ago.


If Clinton wins, foundation must be closed

If Clinton wins, foundation must be closed

Lessig, an advocate of campaign finance reform who launched a modest protest campaign for president, wrote on his blog that he got off an airliner after a flight to visit his father to find his email inbox flooded with messages about the hacked exchange.


Monster Hunter XX expansion announced for 3DS

Monster Hunter XX expansion announced for 3DS

This has obviously been announced only for Japan at the moment, but, just like the main game, it could eventually make its way west. Monster Hunter X was of course released in western markets under the name Monster Hunter Generations, a few months after the Japanese release.



AT&T to Acquire Time Warner for $85B

Time Warner owns the Warner Bros movie studio, responsible for franchises such as Harry Potter and Batman, as well as networks including CNN and HBO. As a result, AT&T must guarantee that this, or any other anti-competitive practices, will not arise before the deal can go through. "While competition is generally tame within the wireless industry, many believe the dominant operators are about to enter a prolonged phase of share donation to Sprint and T-Mobile", wrote Walter Piecyk of the ...


Samsung logs 17 percent drop in profit after phone recall

Samsung logs 17 percent drop in profit after phone recall

The Cupertino tech company's 4th quarter sales were completely bolstered by incoming demands for the iPhone 7 , which helped improve its once slumping sales.They also massively benefited from the Note 7 turmoil, which has seen a lot of Samsung users transitioning to the iPhone 7.



Chinese firm issues US recall after massive cyberattack

The Chinese firm Hangzhou Xiongmai has recalled millions of cameras sold in the U.S.in the wake of the attack. But security experts said that numerous devices would never be fixed and that the broader security threat posed by the " Internet of Things " would get worse before it gets better.