Kirsten Korosec

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The Station: Rounding up the Tesla Cyber Roundup, a Waymo change up and the mysterious disappearance of Bolt Mobility

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How to watch and what to expect at the Tesla ‘Cyber Roundup’ annual meeting

Tesla will kick off Thursday afternoon its annual meeting — rebranded Cyber Roundup — from its Austin headquarters, an event that promises to deliver customary pomp and pageantry, thumping beats a

VW will roll out a cheaper 2023 ID. 4 EV this fall

Volkswagen will offer a cheaper version of its ID.4 all-electric compact SUV that comes equipped with a smaller battery pack, a move aimed at attracting customers as inflationary pressures push vehicl

Lucid Motors slashes EV production targets again as supply chain problems persist

EV automaker Lucid Motors slashed its annual production guidance in half on Wednesday due to what CEO and CTO Peter Rawlinson described as “extraordinary supply chain and logistics challenges.&#

GM is expanding its hands-free Super Cruise system to 400,000 miles of roads

GM will soon allow drivers to use Super Cruise on more than 400,000 miles of roads in the U.S. and Canada, doubling access to its hands-free driver assistance system as it pushes to keep apace of its

Uber turns the corner, generates massive pile of free cash flow in Q2

The question of whether Uber would be able to self-support was at least partially answered Tuesday with the company’s second quarter earnings report. In its Q2 digest, the American ride-hailing

The Station: Rivian trims its workforce and a supply chain-tainted earnings season begins

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Polymath Robotics launches to bring plug-and-play autonomy software to any industrial vehicle

“Robots suck.” It’s a bold declaration for a startup founder aiming to work with robots — or more accurately, the software that helps turn a tractor, tiller or forklift into an aut

Apple hires Lamborghini executive to help steer EV program

Apple has hired a 20-year veteran of supercar maker Lamborghini to work on the tech company’s not-so-secret electric autonomous vehicle program, according to a report by Bloomberg. The executive

Rivian begins laying off 6% of workforce

Rivian has started laying off about 6% of its workforce as part of a restructuring plan, according to an internal email from founder and CEO RJ Scaringe. The companywide email, which was sent out Wedn

Faraday’s future on shaky ground as EV production delayed again

Faraday Future has delayed production of its FF91 flagship electric vehicle due to lack of money and supply chain issues, the company said in a regulatory filing. The troubled EV startup-turned-public

The Station: Executive upheaval at VW Group and the tale of two Tesla earnings

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VW Group CEO Herbert Diess is out

Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess, the embattled executive who has survived a number of confrontations and power struggles with the board and unions over the past two years, is leaving the company. T

The Amazon effect is fueling a wave of robotics investments, acquisitions and maybe an IPO

Amazon’s drive to get as many products to customers as quickly as possible combined with a decade of technological breakthroughs, a labor shortage and skyrocketing e-commerce growth have aligned

Agility’s next Digit robot will have a face and hands

Digit, the bipedal robot developed by Agility Robotics, will continue to evolve and improve, including the addition of a head and some digits of its very own, according to co-founders Damion Shelton a

Amazon starts delivering packages with Rivian-built EVs

Amazon has started delivering packages in more than a dozen cities using the custom electric van built by Rivian. The initial rollout, which kicks off in Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Nashv

Tesla earnings show quarterly decline in profits, year-over-year growth

Tesla’s second-quarter earnings report tells a story of quarterly declines caused by production challenges and year-over-year growth. The company reported Wednesday a quarterly decline in revenu

The Station: Restructuring ripples and the next investor darling of the EV era

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Autonomous vehicles startup Nuro winds down operations in Phoenix

Nuro, the autonomous vehicle delivery startup that is valued at more than $8.6 billion, is closing its Phoenix facility as it shifts its commercial strategy away from the desert metropolis and toward

Tesla loses top AI executive who led Autopilot vision team

Andrej Karpathy, the deep learning and computer vision expert who was hired five years ago as Tesla’s director of AI and led Autopilot vision team, is officially leaving the company. Karpathy wa
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