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A self-driving Uber got in an accident in Arizona and flipped onto its side

The US government's laptop ban is now in effect -- here's what we know so far

This Bloomberg story on auto-parts plants in the South is horrifying

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Tesla has a dangerously valuable asset that no one is talking about

Elon Musk: Tesla will start taking orders for its solar roof in April

Elon Musk wants Tesla customers to temper their expectations of the Model 3 launch

Porsche is celebrating its best year in history by giving every single employee a bonus

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The best airline in America will disappear forever in 2019

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Tesla's business just got much more complicated

Emirates just used Jennifer Aniston to take a shot at the US laptop ban that's turning into a huge headache

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Tesla's the target of a law firm that claims it overplayed it's self-driving capabilities -- and it could wind up in court

Morgan Stanley's lead auto analyst thinks data will rule the auto industry's future

American Airlines is reportedly investing $200 million in China's largest airline

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