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  • Despite Being Under Criminal Investigation, Uber Got a Great Deal on Otto December 14, 2017
    Uber Technologies Inc. received quite a bit of publicity when it purchased autonomous semi truck developer Otto in 2016. Still, it saw even more headlines when it became embroiled in a trade secrets lawsuit with Waymo. That case involved files obtained by Anthony Levandowski, former Google engineer and co-founder of the self-driving truck company, who was accused of selling […]
    Matt Posky
  • Good News, America – You’ve Been Chosen to ‘Physically Interact’ With the Polestar Brand December 14, 2017
    Lordy, PR-speak can be offputting. Nevertheless, the newly single Polestar — cast off from Volvo Cars to become its own electrified performance brand under the Geely corporate umbrella — is heading straight to the United States. The U.S., not surprisingly, was chosen as an initial launch market for the brand, along with China (every electric car […]
    Steph Willems
  • Topical: Nissan’s Okay With a Front-drive Crossover, but Toyota Has Regrets December 14, 2017
    This morning’s Question of the Day was all about all-wheel drive and which models could stand a dose of four-wheel traction. So far, no one’s talking about the Nissan Versa Note. Nissan, however, is more than happy to talk about the fact that its upcoming Kicks subcompact crossover will arrive with power relegated only to […]
    Steph Willems
  • Hedge Fund Manager Convinced Tesla Shares Will Collapse December 14, 2017
    American investment manager and short-seller extraordinaire Jim Chanos claims Tesla is “headed for a brick wall.” Having deemed the automaker as structurally unprofitable, Chanos said, “Three years ago, this company was supposed to be making money [today]. And now, it’s supposed to be making money by 2020. I’m guessing by 2019, we’ll hear about 2025.” However, while Tesla […]
    Matt Posky
  • 2018 Nissan Leaf SL First Drive – Powering Back From Obsolescence December 14, 2017
    The previous-generation all-electric Nissan Leaf (technically “LEAF,” but that acronym sends my MacBook Air into a snit befitting Peter Frampton), with toenail clippings for headlights and a face only a mother could slug, has historically done very well for itself, selling well over 100,000 units in America since its introduction eight long model years ago. […]
    Matthew Guy