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A California regulator said Cruise omitted critical information about the safety of its vehicles regarding an October incident involving a pedestrian. Photo: John G. Mabanglo/Zuma PressGeneral Motors ’ Cruise has been ordered to testify before the California Public Utilities Commission over allegedly misleading comments it gave to regulators about an incident in October in which a pedestrian was hit. The CPUC said the self-driving car firm omitted critical information about the safety of its vehicles regarding the incident. A woman was hit by a human-driven car and thrown into the path of a driverless Cruise vehicle, which collided with the pedestrian and dragged the person about 20 feet. Cruise could face a fine of up to $1.5 million, the latest blow to the company’s operations in recent months after the company lost its driverless permits in California and CEO Kyle Vogt resigned.
Persons: John G, Mabanglo, Motors ’, CPUC, Kyle Vogt Organizations: Zuma Press, Motors, California Public Utilities Commission Locations: California
Barra said at a media event an ongoing outside external safety review will guide the company's path forward and is expected to be completed in early 2024. "We'll work through the challenges we have right now at Cruise," Barra said. She declined to offer an opinion on whether she thought regulators have treated Cruise more harshly than Tesla Autopilot. She also declined to say how much money GM is willing to spend on Cruise going forward until it completes its assessments and has a plan to move ahead. Reporting by Joseph White and David Shepardson; Editing by Leslie Adler and Stephen CoatesOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mary Barra, Barra, Cruise, Joseph White, David Shepardson, Leslie Adler, Stephen Coates Organizations: General Motors, DETROIT, Detroit, California Public Utilities Commission, Thomson Locations: Cruise, United States, California
The San Francisco skyline is seen behind a self-driving GM Bolt EV during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on Friday ordered Cruise to appear at a Feb. 6 hearing for "misleading the Commission through omission regarding the extent and seriousness of the accident" and "making misleading public comments regarding its interactions with the commission." Cruise's troubles are also a setback for an industry dependent on public trust and the cooperation of regulators. GM had told investors Cruise and its technology could generate $50 billion a year in revenue by 2030. Reporting by Hyunjoo Jin in San Francisco and David Shepardson in Washington, Additional reporting by Abhirup Roy in San Francisco; Editing by Richard Chang and Nick ZieminskiOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Cruise, Kyle Vogt, Daniel Kan, Jose Alvarado, Ashlyn Kong, Kong, , Tim Piechowski, Waymo, John Reynolds, Gavin Newsom, Mary Barra, Hyunjoo Jin, David Shepardson, Abhirup Roy, Richard Chang, Nick Zieminski Organizations: San, GM Bolt, REUTERS, General Motors, GM, California Public Utilities Commission, CPUC, Cruise, Capital Research, California's Department of Motor Vehicles, Thomson Locations: San Francisco, San Francisco , California, U.S, California, United States, Washington
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGM looks like a 'buy' as long-term issues start to get resolved, says Mizuho's Vijay RakeshVijay Rakesh, Mizuho analyst, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss if fundamentals issues at General Motors are now getting fixed, what could be a key driver for the stock, and how GM measures with the competition.
Persons: Mizuho's Vijay Rakesh Vijay Rakesh Organizations: General Motors
On Saturday, the agency posted documents showing that BMW is recalling 486 SUVs after the Chicago driver was hurt. At least 26 people have been killed in the U.S. by Takata inflators since May 2009, and at least 30 have died worldwide including people in Malaysia and Australia. About 100 million inflators were recalled worldwide. Automakers, he said, blamed manufacturing problems to limit recalls when the non-desiccated Takata inflators started to have problems. In the BMW recall, dealers will replace the air bags at no cost to owners, who will be notified by letter starting Jan. 16.
Persons: Takata, Takata inflators, General Motors, inflators, Michael Brooks, “ It's, , Brooks, Organizations: DETROIT, , BMW, Traffic, Administration, General, Volkswagen, NHTSA, GM, VW, Center for Auto Safety, Companies, ” BMW, Honda, General Motors, Ford, Nissan, Toyota, Jaguar, Rover, Daimler Vans, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Benz, Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche, Mazda, Spartan Locations: Chicago, U.S, Malaysia, Australia, Japan, inflators
The potential penalty facing GM's Cruise service could be around $1.5 million, based on documents filed late last week by the California Public Utilities Commission. Three weeks after Cruise's Oct. 2 accident, the California Department of Motor Vehicles effectively shut down robotaxi service by suspending its license to operate in the state. “Cruise is committed to rebuilding trust with our regulators and will respond in a timely manner" to the Public Utilities Commission, the company said in a Monday statement. The San Francisco-based company has already hired an outside law firm to scrutinize its response to the Oct. 2 accident. The cover-up spanned 15 days, according to the PUC, exposing Cruise and GM to potential fines of $100,000 per day, or $1.5 million.
Persons: specter, Cruise, Kyle Vogt, “ Cruise, Panini, Cruise didn't Organizations: General Motors, California Public Utilities Commission, Public Utilities Commission, California Department of Motor Vehicles, Cruise, GM, PUC Locations: California, San Francisco
So far this morning there is a big auto stock upgrade and a big beverage downgrade, among other calls. Morgan Stanley dimmed its view on Citizens Financial , downgrading the stock to equal weight from overweight but maintained its $31 per share price target, implying roughly 9% upside. The firm made the chipmaker its top large cap pick on Monday, and reiterated an overweight rating alongside a $620 per share price target. The analyst raised his price target from $25 to $40, which represents 14% upside. "We continue to see ABI's broadly EM focused sales exposure as attractive combined with the company's market leading market share positions," analyst Mitch Collett said.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Manan, Brian Evans, Piper Sandler, Piper Sandler's, Harsh Kumar, Kumar, Wells, Ike Boruchow, Boruchow, — Brian Evans, JPMorgan's Rajat Gupta, Carvana, John Melloy, Bud Light, Mitch Collett, Vijay Rakesh, Rakesh Organizations: CNBC, East West Bancorp, Citizens Financial, Citizens, West Bancorp, Nvidia, TAM, Wells, JPMorgan Carvan, JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank downgrades Anheuser, Busch, Deutsche Bank, Anheuser, Busch InBev, Staples, Beverages, Mizuho Securities Mizuho Securities, General, United Auto Workers, GM, Vehicles, UAW Locations: China, Wells, Friday's, North America, N.A
Uber Technologies — The ride-hailing stock rose 4% after S & P Dow Jones Indices on Friday said it will enter the S & P 500, along with Jabil and Builders FirstSource . The three will replace Sealed Air , Alaska Air Group and SolarEdge Technologies . Alaska Air Group — The Seattle-based carrier slid 12% after agreeing to acquire Hawaiian Airlines for $1.9 billion. Alaska Air, which would pay $18 a share, would take on $900 million in debt as part of the deal. Alaska Air is also coming out of the S & P 500 index.
Persons: , Coinbase, MicroStrategy, Dow, Wells, Carvana, — CNBC's Michelle Fox, Hakyung Kim, Pia Singh, Samantha Subin Organizations: Marathon, Technologies, Dow Jones, Builders, Alaska Air Group, SolarEdge Technologies, General Motors, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Mizuho Securities, GM, United Auto Workers, Spotify, CNBC, Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Air, Hawaiian Holdings, Alaska, JPMorgan Locations: Seattle
Wells Fargo downgrades Lululemon to equal weight from overweight Wells said in its downgrade of the stock that it sees less balanced risk/reward. Morgan Stanley downgrades Sea Limited to equal weight from overweight Morgan Stanley downgraded the Singapore-based tech conglomerate until its business outlook is clearer. Morgan Stanley upgrades Insulet to overweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley initiated the insulin pump therapy company and said it sees room for further gains. Wells Fargo reiterates Nike as overweight Wells says Nike is a top defensive pick for 2024. Morgan Stanley reiterates Palo Alto as overweight Morgan Stanley said Palo Alto shares have the poten tial to rise further.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Mizuho, Wells, LULU, Roth, Evercore, Piper Sandler, Piper, NVDA, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, it's bullish, KeyBanc, Worthington Enterprises –, TD Cowen, Coinbase, underperform TD Cowen, Oppenheimer, Uber, Truist, Herc, Palo Organizations: West Bancorp, Bank of America, Union Pacific, US Bancorp, Motors, Mizuho, GM, UAW, UBS, Apple, Deutsche Bank downgrades Anheuser Busch InBev, Deutsche, Deutsche Bank, Airlines, Alaska, " Bank of America, Google, Walmart, Nvidia, AMD, European Partners, Coke, JPMorgan, of America, Magellan, MMP, Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Arrowhead Pharma, Worthington Steel, Worthington Industries, Worthington Enterprises, Barclays, Resources, Herc Holdings, United Rentals, Nike, Palo Alto, Palo Locations: China, Singapore, Indonesia
Lululemon — Shares declined 2% after Wells Fargo downgraded the athleisure company to equal weight from overweight. The firm said Lululemon's prior positive catalysts have already played out, and it forecasts more muted growth in 2024. Spotify — Shares added 8.8% after the music streaming company announced it would lay off 17% of its workforce. The three stocks will replace Sealed Air , Alaska Air Group and SolarEdge Technologies . Virgin Galactic — Shares of the space company plunged nearly 15%.
Persons: Wells, MicroStrategy, Dow, FirstSource, Richard Branson, Branson, KeyBanc, Carvana, Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Hakyung Kim, Jesse Pound, Alex Harring, Samantha Subin, Yun Li, Lisa Kailai Han, Sarah Min, Michelle Fox Organizations: Marathon, Spotify, Technologies, Uber Technologies, Dow Jones, Builders, Alaska Air Group, SolarEdge Technologies, Galactic —, Financial, United, JPMorgan, Alaska Air Group —, Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Air, Hawaiian Holdings, General Motors, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Mizuho Securities, United Auto Workers, Palo Alto, Palo Alto Network Locations: MicroStrategy, British, Seattle, Palo
The suit also alleges that Old Navy unlawfully shares consumer data with third parties without informing consumers or seeking consent. Old Navy, through its parent company Gap, declined to comment. Old Navy isn't the only one to face similar charges. For now, states have different privacy rules, but there is no unifying federal-level regulation about online privacy. With no comprehensive federal online privacy legislation, companies are free to charge ahead without having to put privacy protections in place.
Persons: Irina Raicu, Raicu, It's, Ari Lightman Organizations: Navy, Central District of, Old, Home Depot, General Motors, Ford, JCPenney, Markkula Center, Applied, Santa Clara University . Companies, Companies, JPMorgan, Verizon, Old Navy, Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College Locations: Central District, Central District of California, California, U.S, Europe, Canada, Europe . Colorado , Connecticut , Utah, Virginia, Delaware, Florida, Iowa
DETROIT (AP) — BMW is recalling a small number of SUVs in the U.S. because the driver's air bag inflators can blow apart in a crash, hurling metal shrapnel and possibly injuring or killing people in the vehicles. Takata used volatile ammonium nitrate to create a small explosion to inflate air bags in a crash. Political Cartoons View All 1277 ImagesPotential for a dangerous malfunction led to the largest series of auto recalls in U.S. history, with at least 67 million Takata inflators involved. NHTSA says Takata air bags with a dessicant are under investigation because they have the potential to explode and expel shrapnel. The BMW recall comes after General Motors recalled nearly 900 vehicles in July with Takata inflators that have the dessicant.
Persons: Takata inflators, inflators, hasn't, dessicated inflators, General Motors, Takata Organizations: DETROIT, BMW, Takata Corp, National, Traffic Safety Administration, NHTSA, Honda, General Motors, Ford, Nissan, Toyota, Jaguar, Rover, Daimler Vans, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Benz, Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche, Mazda, Spartan, General, GM Locations: U.S, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, Chicago
[1/2] The GM logo is seen on the facade of the General Motors headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., March 16, 2021. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - General Motors said Friday that it expects many of its electric vehicles to qualify for U.S. tax credits next year after new stricter rules limiting Chinese battery content take effect. "Due to GM’s historic investments in the U.S and efforts to build more secure and resilient supply chains we believe GM is well positioned to maintain the consumer purchase incentive for many of our EVs in 2024 and beyond," the automaker said after the Biden administration issued new guidance. Reporting by David ShepardsonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Rebecca Cook, General Motors, Biden, David Shepardson Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, Rights, General, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S
It’s still not clear which vehicles would be eligible for the full $7,500 tax credit under the new rules because the government has yet to publish any lists. But they are still years away from being able to produce an electric vehicle without materials and components from China. Sam Abuelsamid, a mobility analyst for Guidehouse Insights, expects many EVs now eligible for the full $7,500 U.S. tax credit will see that cut in half next year when the new regulations take effect. Getting the tax credit upfront — rather than waiting until filing tax returns next year — “will actually reduce your monthly payment, which is a major stumbling block for consumers,” he said. Adeyemo and other officials declined to say whether batteries from the Ford plant would qualify for tax credits.
Persons: , Biden, Joe Biden's, It’s, Wally Adeyemo, David Turk, Adeyemo, Turk, John Bozzella, Sam Abuelsamid, EVs, Abuelsamid, — “, , Joe Manchin, Manchin, Janet Yellen, Ford, Tom Krisher Organizations: WASHINGTON, Treasury, Energy, EV, Administration, , Motors, Hyundai, Ford, GM, Alliance for Automotive Innovation, Guidehouse, Democratic, Natural Resources Committee, Ford Motor Co, Amperex Technology, Associated Press Locations: U.S, China, United States, North Korea, Russia, Iran, North America, Michigan, Detroit
The logo of a Tesla electric vehicle is placed on a car outside a dealership in Drogenbos, Belgium November 25, 2023. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDec 1 (Reuters) - Tesla shares (TSLA.O) fell about 2% on Friday after the highly anticipated launch of its Cybertruck left analysts concerned about the electric vehicle's steep price tag and a longer wait for significant financial payoff. Musk has said Tesla was likely to reach a production rate of roughly 250,000 Cybertrucks a year in 2025. At $235.45, Tesla was set to lose about $15 billion in market valuation on Friday. "Cybertruck is more of a 'halo' product, in our view, to attract consumers to the brand for the mainstream vehicles Model 3 and Model Y," RBC Capital Markets analyst Tom Narayan said.
Persons: Yves Herman, Elon Musk, Wedbush, Bernstein, Musk, Tesla, Tesla's, Rivian, R1T, Tom Narayan, Samrhitha Arunasalam, Chavi Mehta, Devika Organizations: REUTERS, General Motors, Hummer, RBC Capital, Thomson Locations: Drogenbos, Belgium, Bengaluru
REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - The Biden administration on Friday issued-long awaited guidance that will limit Chinese content in batteries eligible for electric vehicle tax credits starting next year. The FEOC rules come into effect in 2024 for completed batteries and 2025 for critical minerals used to produce them. Treasury said the few materials being exempted each account for less than 2% of the value of battery critical minerals. The rules are expected to further reduce the number of electric vehicles eligible for EV tax credits. Earlier this year, new battery and mineral sourcing requirements took effect with price and buyer income eligibility caps from Jan. 1.
Persons: Rebecca Cook, Biden, Joe Manchin, Manchin, David Shepardson, David Lawder, Chizu Organizations: Motors, Bolt, Orion Assembly, REUTERS, Rights, U.S, Treasury, Alliance, Automotive Innovation, Ford Motor, The Energy Department, Companies, Energy, Thomson Locations: Lake Orion , Michigan, U.S, China, Michigan, North Korea, Russia, Iran, North America, Washington
The Club on Friday is changing the rating and price target on one of our favorite stocks, and updating the price targets on 5 other names in the portfolio to reflect recent quarterly earnings reports, new developments at the companies and broader economic forces. We're increasing our price target on shares of Palo Alto (PANW) to $300 from $280. We're raising our price target on shares of Salesforce (CRM) to $275 from $240. We're lowering our price target for Ford (F) stock to $13 from $16. We're lifting our price target on shares of Eli Lilly (LLY) to $630 from $600.
Persons: PANW, Ford, Linde's, Linde, Eli Lilly, it's, It's, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: Palo, Palo Alto Networks, Costco, Ford, UAW, Management, Motors, GM, Linde, LIN, P Healthcare, donanemab, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, CNBC Locations: Alzheimer's, Lilly, Santa Clara , California
Because she was a skilled politician, her radar was set for the political center, and that’s where she always wanted the court to be. Justice O’Connor avoided such a dramatic choice. And where Justice O’Connor was on the issue is almost exactly where public opinion was, too. Justice O’Connor didn’t call herself a feminist, though she was one, and the patronizing nature of that provision appalled her. As it happens, throughout the court’s history, backgrounds like Justice O’Connor’s were more the rule than the exception.
Persons: O’Connor’s, Norman Schwarzkopf, , O’Connor, , Casey, Roe, Wade, Justice O’Connor, Anthony Kennedy, David Souter, Justice O’Connor didn’t, Samuel Alito, Brown, Earl Warren Organizations: General Motors, of Education Locations: Pennsylvania, California
The Biden administration on Friday issued long-awaited guidance that will limit Chinese content in batteries eligible for electric vehicle tax credits starting next year. The FEOC rules come into effect in 2024 for completed batteries and 2025 for critical minerals used to produce them. Treasury said the few materials being exempted each account for less than 2% of the value of battery critical minerals. The rules are expected to further reduce the number of electric vehicles eligible for EV tax credits. Earlier this year, new battery and mineral sourcing requirements took effect with price and buyer income eligibility caps from Jan. 1.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, General Motors, Ford, Marco Rubio, Joe Manchin Organizations: U.S, Treasury, Alliance, Automotive Innovation, General, Ford, Energy Department, Companies, Energy Locations: Washington , DC, China, Michigan, North Korea, Russia, Iran, North America
A Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid vehicle is being charged at Stewart Chevrolet in Colma, California, U.S., October 3, 2017. REUTERS/Stephen Lam/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - A U.S. auto safety regulator said on Friday it is opening an investigation into 73,000 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid cars over reports of abrupt loss of power, failures to restart and other issues. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it was opening the preliminary evaluation into the 2016 through 2019 model year Chevrolet Volt after 61 complaints tied to the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM). Some complaints reported there was little to no warning before the loss of operating power or reduced power mode occurred. Another owner reported the Volt would not drive more than over 35 miles per hour on the highway "and it stops driving on electricity randomly."
Persons: Stewart, Stephen Lam, David Shepardson, Susan Fenton, Sharon Singleton Organizations: Chevrolet, Stewart Chevrolet, REUTERS, Rights, Traffic Safety Administration, Battery Energy Control, General Motors, NHTSA, GM, Thomson Locations: Colma , California, U.S, Los Angeles
DETROIT (AP) — A six-week United Auto Workers strike at Ford cut sales by about 100,000 vehicles and cost the company $1.7 billion in lost profits this year, the automaker said Thursday. The company now expects to earn $10 billion to $10.5 billion before taxes in 2023. UAW workers shut down the company's largest and most profitable factory in Louisville, Kentucky, which makes big SUVs and heavy-duty pickup trucks. The UAW strike began Sept. 15, targeting assembly plants and other facilities at Ford, General Motors and Jeep maker Stellantis. At the end of the contract top-scale assembly workers will make about $42 per hour, plus they’ll get annual profit-sharing checks.
Persons: John Lawler, Ford, Lawler, Shawn Fain Organizations: DETROIT, United Auto Workers, Ford, UAW, Barclays Global Automotive, Mobility Technology, General Motors Locations: Dearborn , Michigan, Louisville , Kentucky, New York
How Salesforce 'hit the trifecta' with its quarterly results
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Persons: Jim Cramer, Morgan Stanley, Salesforce, EBIT, Ford, Jim Cramer's, Jim Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Commerce, Treasury, Organization of, Petroleum, West Texas, Club, Ford, General Motors
At that event, Musk boasted, "It will be the biggest product launch of anything by far on Earth this year." At the event in Austin, Musk said the Cybertruck's hard steel body was bulletproof, and that its windows were "rock proof." Tesla first unveiled the Cybertruck — with its angular and unpainted hard steel body — in November 2019. The covid pandemic and other factors contributed to a two-year delay however, and Tesla only began early Cybertruck production in July this year. The U.S. electric pickup truck market has not expanded as quickly as some thought when the Cybertruck was initially revealed.
Persons: Elon Musk, Musk, Tesla, Rivian, CNBC's Mike Wayland Organizations: Ford, General Motors, Lordstown Motors, GM, CNBC PRO Locations: New York, Austin, U.S
Goldman Sachs raised its price target on General Motors after the stock's best day since early 2021. The bank reiterated a buy rating as well as a top pick label, accompanied by a $300 per share price target. Goldman Sachs also maintained its buy rating and increased its target price to $345 per share from $340. To be sure, it maintained its $16 per share price target, which implies more than 3% downside from Wednesday's $16.52 close. — Brian Evans 5:45 a.m ET: Goldman raises GM price target Goldman Sachs analyst Mark Delaney increased his price target on General Motors to $45 from $42 after a series of bullish moves by the auto giant.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, 31.6x, Eric Heath, Wells, Andrew Nowinski, — Brian Evans, José Neves, Marvin Fong, Brian Evans, Salesforce, Brad Sills, Kash Rangan, Jefferies, Snapchat, Pinterest, James Heaney, Meta Marshall, Mark Delaney, Delaney, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, General Motors, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Wall, Bank of America, SNAP, Goldman, GM Locations: Okta, America
Tesla plans to begin delivering its much delayed, highly anticipated Cybertruck pickup to customers on Thursday, entering one of the most lucrative but competitive segments of the auto industry. With its stainless steel body and sharp angles, the Cybertruck is unlike pickups from Ford Motor, General Motors and Ram that dominate the market. It is Tesla’s first completely new passenger vehicle in more than three years but arrives long after other automakers began selling battery-powered pickups. Will it steal customers from traditional automakers, appeal to a different crowd or become a costly flop? “It looks like something lowered from the lunar module to collect rocks on the moon.”
Persons: Tesla, Ram, , Ben Rose Organizations: Ford Motor, General Motors, Battle, Research
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