Tesla’s Zero-to-$20 Billion Speed Has Even Musk Shaking His Head

Says Tesla founder Elon Musk, “I actually think … the market is being very generous.”

Elon Musk Wants You to Build the Hyperloop

Too busy to do it himself.

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Here’s the Annual D: All Things Digital Tab From the WSJ

As usual, The Wall Street Journal today published its annual pullout tab in the newspaper, which is also online, focused on some of the onstage interviews at last week’s D: All Things Digital conference. Our 11th show featured a panoply of top Internet and media execs, as well as some pretty cool demos. The Journal special section includes edited excerpts from interviews with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, SpaceX and Tesla Motors head Elon Musk, Apple CEO Tim Cook and more. You can read it all here (and complete coverage by ATD is here too, including the full videos of the conference).

Electric Cars, Wearable Computing and TV Disruption — 10 Things You Missed During the First Two Days of D11

Not constantly refreshing our homepage? Never fear — here’s a good place to start if you missed anything from the first two days at D11.

Tesla CEO and SpaceX Founder Elon Musk: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

Elon Musk thinks cars, trains and spaceships can be much improved — and he’s hard at work on all three.


Tesla Has a Fresh $1 Billion — And Lots of Ways to Spend It

Tesla Motors Inc. just raised about $1 billion in new capital, riding a remarkable burst of investor exuberance. New Tesla shareholders will now get to see just how fast the auto business gobbles up money.


Day Traders Steer Tesla Higher

For weeks, Anne-Marie Baiynd kept a close eye on shares of Tesla Motors Inc. On May 9, a day after the company posted its first-ever quarterly profit, the stock exploded higher in heavy trading. Ms. Baiynd, a full-time short-term trader since 2006, pounced.


Tesla Is Selling More Shares to Pay Off U.S. Loan

Tesla Motors Inc. is selling more shares, taking advantage of a rapid runup in its stock price to raise more capital and pay off its debts to the federal government.

Elon Musk and David Sacks Depart Fwd.us, Mark Zuckerberg’s Political Action Group

Two members of the ZuckerPAC are already on the way out.

Nokia Slashes Prices

Tesla Motors Plans IPO

Your Karma Ran Over My Tesla

Tesla Foiled

What, Otellini Worry?