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F, TSLA: Ford May Be Considering a Tesla-Like Car

Ford (F) is considering building a full-size, high-performance electric vehicle similar to a Tesla (TSLA) vehicle. More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – JCI LEA SFLY WHR

Consumer cyclical stocks finished up broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 1.4%. More 

TSLA Stock – ‘Big Auto’ Thumbs Its Nose at Tesla Growth

TSLA stock is still up strongly in 2014, but "Big Auto" continues to look down on Tesla ... and is even holding the EV maker back where it can. More 

TSLA: Tesla Model S Sales to Hit 50,000 Milestone This Month

Tesla Motors' Model S is expected to reach its 50,000 sales milestone this month after the car has been on the market for about two years. More 

TSLA, BABA: Tesla Model S Now Available for Sale Through Alibaba

Tesla Motors has started selling its Model S in China through Alibaba, but the vehicles can't be customized before they are purchased. More 

TSLA, MS: Morgan Stanley Would Like to See a Tesla Pickup Truck

A research report from Morgan Stanley makes a brief mention of an electric pickup truck that could be made by Tesla Motors. More 

Cheap Gas Prices: Where You’ll Pay Under $3 a Gallon Today

Cheap gas prices for Friday, Oct. 17 2014 comes from Missouri, Montana, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Minnesota and are under $3. More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – THRM VC MGA TSLA

Consumer cyclical stocks rose 0.9% on Wall Street so far on Friday. More 

New TSLA Features Have Tesla Model S Owners Very Upset

Tesla Motors has annoyed some customers with new features that have recently been added to the Tesla Model S without much announcement. More 

Biggest Movers in Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – HNI POOL THRM SNA

Consumer cyclical stocks declined 0.3% on Wall Street so far on Thursday. More