The market for high-priced EVs is tapping out and EV sales growth is declining. Manufacturers need to slash prices to compete in this stalling market.

Musk may otherwise exit the company, taking his AI and robotics resources with him. That could be a big hit to Tesla’s growth and finances.

Higher borrowing costs cause auto sales growth to slow and electric vehicle adoption to remain limited.

The auto industry is back to its old habits: Elevated inventory levels are leading automakers to increase incentive packages to drive demand.

Toyota, Nissan, and Honda collaborate on AI and hardware for software-defined vehicles, accelerating innovation and lowering development costs.

As the company rehires Supercharger staff to meet its $500M network expansion goals and drive future EV adoption, we ask why they were fired in the first place.

V makers are expanding production into more affordable models and acquiring autonomous driving technologies while hybrid sales help traditional carmakers through the transition.

OpenAI and Microsoft are sued again for using newspaper content without permission. Conflicts between creators and Big Tech intensify as AI adoption grows.

Mercedes-Benz and Lamborghini launched luxury EVs, intensifying competition as Tesla shifts focus to affordability amid challenges in the premium market.

Hyundai stops advertising on X after an ad appears next to offensive content: Company joins other brands leaving platform due to increased hate speech.

Tesla recalls 3,878 Cybertrucks for defective accelerator pedals amid layoffs and sales slump, raising safety and leadership concerns.

14,000 jobs are affected by its 8.5% YoY drop in Q1 deliveries amid intense competition and market shifts. Layoffs could continue unless the company refocuses on its core business.

On today's podcast episode, we discuss the takeaway's from this years March Madness NCAA basketball tournaments, what's most fueling a revolution in women's sports, who will rule the new pay TV world by 2026, the likelihood that sports betting faces a reckoning in the next 12-months, the best-selling cars in America, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our forecasting writer Ethan Cramer-Flood, forecasting analyst Zach Goldner, and director of forecasting Oscar Orozco.

Post-pandemic, China’s economy, including its retail sector, faces a pivotal moment. On one hand, all travel restrictions have been removed. But on the other, consumption has been dragged down by a deflated property sector and high youth unemployment, among other difficulties. For brands and retailers, the conundrum has created nearly unprecedented challenges to growth.

Apple will lay off 700 people in its first major cut since the pandemic. It’s consolidating resources as it shifts to AI development

Budget cars and compact SUVs gained share in Q1: Consumers are focused on affordability and value, which is good news for Toyota and Honda but a challenge for Tesla.

The company reversed its discount strategy despite growing competition. It’s now struggling in a shifting global EV market as hybrid sales surge

Apple’s latest AI outperforms OpenAI’s GPT-4 in contextual understanding: Its ReALM AI model could redefine user experiences across its fast-growing Services segment. But antitrust pressure poses a barrier.

Nano-influencers reign on Instagram with a 6.23% engagement rate: TikTok's top influencers, meanwhile, maintain a 4.95% rate.

Hugging Face will use its open-source AI to build robots: It’s part of a broader industry push to use generative AI to make physical robots commercially viable.