Ford and GM are hedging their bets on EVs. In times of transition, that can be a terrible way to run a business.
Back in the scooter craze days of 2019, Bird was valued at a whopping $2.5 billion.
Tesla's stock price took a hit after it reported decreased Q2 margins and problems that are unique to automakers, not tech companies.
The war isn’t over yet, but with Electrify America announcing this week that it would add Tesla’s plugs, it’s close.
For over a century, automakers differentiated themselves with gas-powered engines. With EVs, all that expertise goes out the window.
If Tesla follows through, it could usher in a sea change in EV charging infrastructure in the U.S.
Toyota seems to have misjudged consumer and regulator sentiment. And perhaps more important, it has lost control of the narrative.
Bird CEO and president Shane Torchiana predicts a major consolidation in the industry, with two or three companies coming out on top. Bird, he said, has a chance to be one of those companies.
Whether it’s your midnight sushi burrito or those new headphones from Amazon, expect some form of e-bike to be powering your next delivery.
China has long been the leader in battery supply and manufacturing. The Inflation Reduction Act seeks to end reliance on the East Asian country and turn the U.S. into a battery powerhouse.
A large initial public offering took GoTo public in Indonesia. Given the generally chilly global IPO climate, and the fact that GoTo managed to float without sinking, The Exchange got curious.
Gogoro, the company behind Taiwan's thriving two-wheeler battery swapping ecosystem, is poised to succeed where others have tried and could not -- and now it has the cash to do so.
Didi filed to go public in the United States last night, providing a look into how the Chinese ride-hailing company's business weathered the pandemic.