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Tesla Stock: Never a Dull Moment (TSLA)

When you own/follow Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock, there’s never a dull moment. And the most recent chapters in the ongoing drama have given Tesla stock lovers and haters alike reason to thump their chests. More 

Tesla CEO Salary: Elon Musk Gets Paid Less Than $40,000 a Year

Tesla Motors Inc CEO Elon Musk made $35,360 in 2014 and had no stock options or awards, but refused to take his yearly salary. More 

Thursday’s Vital Data: Apple Inc. (AAPL), McDonald’s Corporation (MCD) and Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA)

A look at what's causing red-hot options activity in Apple Inc. (AAPL), McDonald's Corporation (MCD) and Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA). More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – TSLA SNE MTOR TPX

Consumer cyclical stocks finished flat today on Wall Street. More 

How Tesla Batteries Are Powering Walmart Stores

Tesla batteries are being tested to power Walmart stores. They are also powering about 300 California homes and more. More 

Why Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA), Visa Inc (V) and Yum! Brands, Inc. (YUM) are 3 of Today’s Best Stocks

Markets were up near highs again, as were big gainers such as Tesla Motors, Visa, and Yum Brands. More 

SolarCity (SCTY) Stock Still A Screaming Buy After $1 Billion Investment

SolarCity (SCTY) stock celebrates Earth Day with a $1 billion investment from Credit Suisse, which also has implications for TSLA stock. More 

Earth Day: 3 Ways to Make Serious Green With Green Energy

Here are a few Green Energy ideas this Earth Day to help you make a little more green in 2015. More 

Tesla (TSLA) Denies $25 Hourly Wage Reports

Tesla Motors Inc has denied reports that it will be paying $25 an hour, which is above average pay, at its Nevada gigafactory. More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – CRC SNE HMC KNM

Consumer cyclical stocks fell broadly on Wall Street on Tuesday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.2%. More