Tesla’s Semi-truck, not out until 2019, already has orders

(CNN Money) — Tesla finally unveiled its oft-delayed electric semi-truck Thursday night. And even though production isn’t expected to start on it until 2019, companies are already placing orders for Elon Musk’s big rig. Walmart told CNBC Friday that it has made orders for fifteen Semi-trucks in the U.S, and Canada, with the hopes that it will help Walmart lower emissions and meet other sustainability goals. “We have a long history of testing new technology — including alternative-fuel trucks...

Y Combinator Is Launching a ‘Grad School’ Program to Help Later-Stage Startups

Y Combinator announced Thursday it will launch the YC Growth Program, its first formal program to assist later stage startups. The program, which...

Russia, N. Korea Eye Bitcoin for Money Laundering, Putting It on a Crash Course with Regulators

Thieves and sanctioned countries are targeting the digital currency’s exchanges, setting up a fight between governments and cryptocurrency...

Charles Barkley pledges $1 million for black women IT startups in Alabama

Charles Barkley is putting his money where his political mouth is. Charles Barkley is putting his money where his political mouth is. The Alabama...

Here Are 8 Things Interesting People, Such as Elon Musk, Do Differently

Why is the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla so interesting? Other than he's an international, space exploring genius? Find out what's he's...

We tested out Tesla Autopilot and Cadillac's Super Cruise — here's which one we liked better (GM, TSLA)

Cadillac invited us to try Super Cruise, the brands new freeway-only hand-free autonomous tech. Later in the week, we took a Tesla Model X with...