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Ford to Invest $500 Million in Rivian, a Tesla Rival

Ford Motor has agreed to invest $500 million in Rivian, an electric-car start-up that is widely seen as a potential rival

More Chocolate for Mom – The New York Times

The approach taken by Hotel Chocolat has been to increase the amount of chocolate and decrease the sugar in its confections

Elon Musk Predicts Tesla Driverless Taxi Fleet Next Year

Just last week, a parked Tesla caught fire at a service center near Pittsburgh. The car had previously caught fire in

Tesla to Investigate Car That Appeared to Burst Into Flames in Shanghai

SHANGHAI — The electric-car maker Tesla said on Monday that it had sent a team to investigate why one of its

Nissan and Renault Are Rid of Carlos Ghosn. Now, Can They Save Their Partnership?

TOKYO — It was a simple plan. Renault and Nissan, two partners in a vast auto-making alliance, would pool their resources

Former VW C.E.O. Martin Winterkorn Is Charged by Germany in Diesel Scheme

BERLIN — German prosecutors on Monday filed aggravated fraud charges against Martin Winterkorn, the former chief executive of Volkswagen who led

High-Tech Collision Warnings, No Matter How Smart Your Car Is

New automobiles are reaching dealerships with all manner of sophisticated lifesaving technology, like collision-warning systems and automatic braking. But older cars

Who Goes Public When? Tech Companies Maneuver to Stand Out in the Horde

Josh King, vice president for communications at the New York Stock Exchange, said it was capable of handling multiple I.P.O.s and

The New York Times Just Won 2 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work.

The New York Times won two Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, bringing to 127 its total since the annual journalism awards were

Vegan Kimchis to Savor – The New York Times

So you thought that Korean kimchi, made from ingredients like Napa cabbage and radishes, was vegan? Not necessarily, as there’s most

Learn More About Mezcal – The New York Times

Heritage Radio Network — a food-focused broadcaster that has its studio in a shipping container inside Roberta’s in Bushwick, Brooklyn —

Your 4-Month-Old – The New York Times

Frequently asked questions about 4-month-oldsMy mother told me that I was rolling over at 4 months, but my baby isn’t. Should

Buying a Tesla Seems Pretty Easy. But There Are a Few Things to Know.

When Tesla said on Thursday night that the most basic, $35,000 version of its Model 3 would no longer be offered

Tesla Ends Online Sales of $35,000 Model 3, Creating New Hurdle for Buyers

Just over a month ago, Tesla said it would start selling the long-awaited $35,000 version of its Model 3 sedan, its

He Has Driven for Uber Since 2012. He Makes About $40,000 a Year.

On a recent Wednesday, Mr. Ashlock packed a corned beef sandwich, carrots, some C4 energy powder mixed with water, and a

Volkswagen Faces Lawsuit for Illegally Selling Prototypes Not Fit for the Road

Rocked by a diesel-emission scandal, Volkswagen has been working to win back the trust of American consumers in recent years.Now the

Uber, Losing $1.8 Billion a Year, Reveals I.P.O. Filing

SAN FRANCISCO — Uber, the ride-hailing service that has upended transportation around the world, took a major step toward the largest

Uber Is Said to Aim for I.P.O. Valuation of Up to $100 Billion

Uber gave the first sign of how big its highly anticipated initial public offering might be, telling some investors that its

Carlos Ghosn Accuses Nissan Officials of Mismanagement

TOKYO — Carlos Ghosn, the former head of Nissan Motor, slammed the company’s management on Tuesday, arguing that the same executives

Despite Prison and Torture, Shahidul Alam Refuses to Stay Quiet

Q: Does the spotlight that you are in right now affect your own photography?A: I’m still in danger. The case still

For Carlos Ghosn, an Early Morning Knock Increases the Pressure, Again

TOKYO — The authorities knocked on Carlos Ghosn’s door just before 6 a.m. He and his wife, Carole Ghosn, were still

Tesla Stock Slides After Delivery Figures Signal Weaker U.S. Demand

Tesla delivered fewer vehicles than expected in the first quarter, the company said Wednesday, with deliveries falling 31 percent to 63,000

Carlos Ghosn Arrested in Tokyo Over New Accusations

TOKYO — Carlos Ghosn, the embattled former chief of the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi auto alliance, was arrested for a fourth time on Thursday

U.S. March and Quarter One Auto Sales Drop in Weak Start to 2019

(Reuters) - Major automakers on Tuesday reported weak U.S. sales for March and the first quarter, citing a rough start to

Congestion Pricing: N.Y. Embraced It. Will Other Clogged Cities Follow?

Congestion pricing’s moment follows decades of failed efforts to unclog roads around the country. Historically, cities responded to congestion by building

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