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Tesla is 'going out of business,' says former GM exec Bob Lutz

Tesla is a "losing enterprise" that won't last, Bob Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors, told CNBC on Friday.

Source: CNBC.com

Trading Snap's tough week

Snap, crackle, drop. And are GM shares hitting reverse? Trade management 101, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

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Former GM vice chairman: 'It is absolutely inevitable — human-driven vehicles are on their way out'

"Let's face it: It's the only way to go," said Bob Lutz, the former vice chairman of product development for General Motors.

Source: CNBC.com

David Einhorn wraps up a 'very challenging' last few days because of Amazon, GM, Mylan

October started out strong for the hedge fund but the last few days have taken a turn for the worse.

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Goldman: downward inflection in GM earnings

The "Halftime Report" traders debate the call of the day: Goldman Sachs cutting GM to a "sell."

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IQ100 up 26%, leaders and laggards

The CNBC IQ100 index, beating the broader market over one year, is up 26%. Today's leaders include Teva Pharma, Broadcom, Sony, Apple. The laggards Advanced Micro, GM, Mondelez and Stryker.

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Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: LEN, AAPL, STRA, DYN, GM, AMD & more

These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.

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GM shares are tanking after Goldman downgrades the automaker to sell

The surging automaker got its second major downgrade in as many weeks, this time to sell from Goldman Sachs.

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Morgan Stanley downgrades GM after nailing a 50% gain in the stock

Analyst Adam Jonas downgraded GM shares Wednesday to equal-weight from overweight.

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Morgan Stanley downgrades GM after nailing a 50% gain in the stock

Analyst Adam Jonas downgraded GM shares Wednesday to equal weight from overweight.

Source: CNBC.com