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Tesla Shanghai China Factory Confirmed … With A Twist

The Wall Street Journal reports that Tesla has agreed to build its first factory outside the US in Shanghai, China, but there's a catch. Isn't there always? Tesla Shanghai China Factory Confirmed … With A Twist was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Tesla is building its own factory in China

The America electric car maker has struck a deal with the Chinese government to build its own wholly-owned car manufacturing factory in the country, the Wall Street Journal reports. The news comes from unnamed sources and has not been announced publicly yet. Show More Summary

Tesla to build China factory, as it looks sell more cars in the world's hungriest auto market

Tesla is about to build a factory in Shanghai, China, after months of appealing to the government for approval. This move was reported by the Wall Street Journal, citing people briefed on the company's plan. The China plant is expected...Show More Summary

Is Suicide of GOP Operative Key to Russia Probe?

8 hours agoNews : The Cutline

Smith committed suicide days after speaking to the Wall Street Journal about receiving Clinton emails from Russian hackers.

Tesla will soon build its electric cars in China

Telsa has confirmed its plans to build a manufacturing plant for its electric vehicles in Shanghai, so as to better serve the Chinese automotive market. As The Wall Street Journal notes, the move will help the Elon Musk-fronted company...Show More Summary

Tesla reportedly reaches agreement to build car factory in Shanghai

Tesla has entered an agreement to build its own factory in Shanghai, a first-of-its-kind deal for a foreign automaker, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. The agreement between the Elon Musk-led carmaker in Palo Alto and the Shanghai government could help bolster China’s fast-growing electric...

Tesla Will Open An Electric Vehicle Plant In Shanghai's Free Trade Zone

Photo. AP Automaker and alternative energy giant Tesla has signed off on a deal to build a manufacturing facility in Shanghai, the Wall Street Journal reported, in a "first of its kind" deal allowing a foreign automaker to own a plant in the city's free-trade zone. More »      

WSJ: Can Evangelicals And Academics Talk to Each Other?

Wall Street Journal Essay: Can Evangelicals and Academics Talk to Each Other?, by Alan Jacobs (Baylor): Last year, as the fire and fury of the presidential election were intensifying and people all around me were growing more and more hostile to one another, I was struck by the familiarity of...

New Tax Proposal Could Affect 401K Plans for Millions of Americans

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the proposal being considered would reduce the amount a worker could contribute tax-free to just $2,400 a year.

10 Sunday Reads

My easy like Sunday morning reads: • How Financially Literate Are You Really? Let’s Find Out (Wall Street Journal) • North American Cities Have Debased Themselves in the Amazon HQ2 Reality Show (Slate) • ESG Focus Dents Returns, Investors Fear...Show More Summary

The Fusion collusion

(Scott Johnson) If we were ever to get to the bottom of actual collusion in the course of the 2016 election, it would be that of the Democrats with the Fusion GPS smear outfit. Kim Strassel’s Wall Street Journal column updates the story of the appearance of two Fusion GPS principals before the House Intelligence Committee. Show More Summary

Trump Russia Investigation: Does the Suicide of GOP 'Dirty Tricks' Operative Peter W. Smith Hold the Key to the Election Hacking Allegations?

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Smith committed suicide days after speaking to the Wall Street Journal about receiving Clinton emails from Russian hackers.

Saturday News: It's popcorn time...

2 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

PITTENGER IN CROSS HAIRS AS ROVE/BANNON FEUD GETS NASTY: On Thursday morning, GOP strategist Karl Rove lambasted Steve Bannon in the Wall Street Journal for his involvement in Republican primaries. By Thursday afternoon, Bannon’s allies were already plotting their revenge: mobilization against North Carolina Republican Rep. Show More Summary

Steve Bannon expands his target list into North Carolina GOP primaries — and Karl Rove is furious

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Bannon expands his target list into North Carolina WASHINGTON — On Thursday morning, GOP strategist Karl Rove lambasted Steve Bannon in The Wall Street Journal for his involvement in Republican primaries. By Thursday afternoon, Bannon’s allies were already plotting their revenge: mobilization...

Bannon expands his target list into North Carolina

On Thursday morning, GOP strategist Karl Rove lambasted Steve Bannon in the Wall Street Journal for his involvement in Republican primaries. By Thursday afternoon, Bannon’s allies were already plotting their … Click to Continue »

Will Congress foul up retirement savings plans to pay for a tax cut?

From The Wall Street Journal: Talk of Retirement-Savings Cap Rattles Financial Industry GOP lawmakers are looking for ways to generate revenue to support broad reductions in individual tax rates By Anne Tergesen and Richard Rubin | October 20, 2017 | 7:00 a.m. Show More Summary

Special-Interest Politics: Real-Estate Lobby Edition

Richard Rubin of the Wall Street Journal tweeted this quote from Doug Holtz-Eakin this week. .@djheakin: “If you hear someone say, ‘I can’t live without this tax provision,’ they don’t have a business. They have a tax shelter.” — Richard...Show More Summary

WeWork founders say sky-high valuation is proof of its growth potential

WeWork's valuation is more than 20 times its annualized revenue, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. It's valuation is more than eight times the value of IWG PLS—a... To view the full story, click the title link.

Sloppy Journalism about “Fully Autonomous” (Except Not) Robot Cars on (Some of) Manhattan’s Streets

Cuomo announces that self-driving cars will be tested on the streets of Manhattan: a critique of the press coverage

Abrams v. Werthheimer on Whether Citizens United Was a “Disaster”

Fred Wertheimer published an op-ed in the Huffington Post, “Citizens United Has Been a Disaster for the Country.” It rebuts claims made by Floyd Abrams in The Wall Street Journal in an op-ed entitled “The Citizens United Disaster That Wasn’t.” … Continue reading ?

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