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China’s rail system is an awesome experience and a great way to see the country. Just be sure to book those tickets ahead of time.
On Sunday, high-end electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors announced the final terms of its acquisition of SolarCity. The deal will cost Tesla approximately $2.6 billion. But is this the right move?
Ten years after outlining his first master plan for Tesla, Elon Musk released a sequel that aroused a wide range of reactions from investors and the media.
New Yorkers can score a two-week unlimited UberPool commuting fare card this month for just $49. That makes Uber rides around much of Manhattan cheaper than taking the city's venerable subway.
Some aren't happy with the way Tesla and its co-founder, Elon Musk, are responding to a fatal accident involving the company's autonomous-driving technology. If Tesla hopes to stamp out skepticism among investors and the public, a social media pivot is in order, argues 3p's Leon Kaye.
On paper, the Tesla-SolarCity deal is one that is easy for Wall Street analysts and business school students to pick apart. But in the long term, we could see the rise of a formidable company as solar power and energy storage get more efficient and cheaper.
The local government has done a spectacular job of restoring what is now a 14km (8.75 miles) perimeter that defines Xi’an’s city center, and the best way to enjoy them is by bicycling around them.
It turns out, exasperated sighs aside, a fair number of lesbians do own a Subaru, and the trend didn't come out of nowhere.
Mitsubishi estimates that the total cost of refunds to car owners in Japan who were affected by the automaker’s mileage scandal will soar as high as $600 million.
As the most recent monthly report from the U.S. EIA reveals, transportation-related emissions surpassed those from the power sector during the first two months of this year.
One point which isn’t often brought up in the ongoing ridesharing debate is that Uber, a company which wouldn’t exist without cars, is — ironically — slowly starting to curb America’s car addiction.
Uber has its struggles, but there is one market where the ridesharing company is eyeing virgin territory and sees potential: Africa.