Business Insider analyzed salary data Tesla, Rivian, Nikola, and Canoo shared with the US government.
Read the pitch deck that Uber founder Garrett Camp created for the ride-hailing giant back in 2008 – before the company became the $120 billion giant it is today
Here's the the pitch deck Uber founder Garrett Camp created for the ride-hailing giant back in 2008 – before it became a $120 billion company.
A leaked copy of Uber's employee handbook reveals how the ride-hailing giant has grown up since Travis Kalanick joked about not being able to sleep with employees
Business Insider obtained a copy the handbook, which illustrates some of the differences between the styles of Dara Khosrowshahi and Travis Kalanick.
Delta launches the first quarantine-free travel from the US to Europe, thanks to a new testing program that reduces infection chances on a flight to '1 in a million'
Passengers on Delta and will have to take two COVID-19 tests before boarding the plane, and another one upon arrival in Italy.
Airlines can expect to bleed up to $157 billion in losses until people fly normally again, making 2020 the worst year in aviation history, industry body IATA says
Pandemic-related revenue slumps show airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year, trade association IATA said.
REVIEW: The $144,000 Taycan 4S is Porsche's first EV that pairs cosmic speed with eerie electric silence
A fun game to play when driving a Taycan is seeing how long you can glue your passengers to their seatbacks with the car's relentless acceleration.
How Rolls-Royce uses thousands of tiny etchings and fiber optics to fill the $330,000 Ghost with starscapes
The Rolls-Royce Ghost is a $330,000 play on light and shadow, from its thousands of laser etchings and hand-cut fiber optics to its very paint colors.
Elon Musk promoted coronavirus misinformation for months. Then his own infection kept him out of SpaceX's astronaut launch.
Musk took to Twitter to attack the rapid antigen test that showed he had COVID-19 — but then he contacted an epidemiologist to learn more.
DHL executives detail how the shipping giant will mobilize to help deliver 10 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses
With more than 10 billion doses needed, many of which have unique storage requirements, shipping the COVID-19 vaccine will be a global challenge.
Joe Biden said he wants to make gig-workers full-time employees — but one of his top advisers previously helped Uber and Lyft avoid such a change in California
Nominated national security advisor Jake Sullivan is one of many in the inner circle under fire by progressive Democrats for close industry ties.
Consumers may want cars that can handle road trips and don't require daily charging, Farley says. Commercial buyers worry about price and utility.
SpaceX may spend billions to outsource Starlink satellite-dish production, an industry insider says — and could lose $2,000 on each one it sells
The Elon Musk-founded company appears to have contracted a Swiss electronics giant to build user terminals for about $2,400 a pop.
Tesla's 'full self-driving' feature could put Elon Musk on the path Tim Cook followed to make Apple the world's most valuable company
Tesla's Autopilot upgrade and other software-based products have set up a "profound" shift in the company's business model, Morgan Stanley said.
Tesla said it's not received word of any accidents or injuries, but noted the "applique" could detach from the car posing a safety hazard.
We explore why it was so difficult for automotive engineers to reach 300 mph and how they managed to do it.
Alaska Airlines will acquire 13 more Boeing 737 Max planes despite misgivings from skeptical consumers about safety
Boeing's 737 Max is a perfect match for Alaska with plans for the first flight in March but customers are still hesitant to fly on the troubled jet.
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The US is said to be close to lifting its 8-month travel ban for Europe, now that its own COVID-19 outbreak is far worse
Reuters reported Wednesday that the White House was considering lifting its ban on entry by non-US citizens from Europe and Brazil.
5 major airlines are rolling out shared digital health passes to prove negative COVID-19 tests. They hope it's a step towards recovery for an industry set to lose $157 billion.
United Airlines, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic, and JetBlue will accept the CommonPass as proof of negative COVID-19 tests.
Here's how Swamy Kotagiri, incoming CEO of the US's largest auto parts manufacturer, is using an 'open for business mindset' to lead the company
"If you want to be successful with technology, you need to connect innovation with making money," said Swamy Kotagiri, incoming CEO of Magna.
Nearly the same amount of planes are in the air above North America ahead of Thanksgiving this year compared to last year. Here's what that looks like.
Millions of people are taking to the skies this week, even though the CDC recommended against Thanksgiving travel.
'You should fly': Southwest Airlines CEO said traveling by plane is safe, despite the CDC and infectious disease experts warning against air travel
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly said air cabins recirculate and filter air well, but experts say traveling during the pandemic remains risky.
While everyone waits for the EV revolution, we're ignoring an extremely capable alternative: plug-in hybrids
EVs from Porsche, Tesla, and Lucid get all of the attention these days. But do consider the humble plug-in hybrid as the realistic EV to own.
Elon Musk says Tesla is working on a battery that drives more than 600 miles — and hints at a new compact car for Europe
The billionaire said he recently had a tricky time finding space to park a Tesla Model X on Berlin's dense streets.
Laura Major manages hundreds of engineers, does focused work during lunch, and takes calls with international coworkers after putting her daughters to bed.
Elon Musk is now the world's second-richest person. Here's how the billionaire Tesla and SpaceX CEO went from getting bullied as a child to becoming one of the most successful and controversial men in tech.
As CEO of SpaceX and Tesla and founder of The Boring Company and Neuralink, Elon Musk seems to be everywhere all at once.
With no COVID-19 relief in sight, the private bus industry could collapse — taking with it a vital US transport network
Up to 50% of the nation's 3,000 private bus companies — many of them small, family businesses — could go out of business by 2021, a trade group warns.
12 airlines, retailers, and freight operators poised to win big in a historic holiday season shipping meltdown
The global shipping network is so out of whack, hot tubs are riding as air cargo. Players like Amazon, UPS, and Maersk are reaping the benefits.
Tesla and Elon Musk enjoy goodwill and earned advertising — not only from fans and buyers, but also from Musk's other companies and celebrity status.
We've past few months thinking about how get around amid a pandemic that makes a hazard of movement and connection, and what it means for our future.
Car rentals alternatives are disappearing at a time when people need them most — here are 8 that still exist
You don't always have to rely on traditional rental companies like Hertz, Enterprise, or Avis to rent a car and get out of town.
The key here is to be safe, smart, and healthy.
The new electric-car maker is going after younger buyers who have different expectations about personal mobility than previous generations.
COVID-19 has ushered in a new kind of vacation: the ultra-exclusive road trip for the uber-wealthy traveler
The partnership of two luxury travel companies allows the rich to get away from 合约数字币和虚拟币home in style, comfort, and safety.
Travelers taking to the skies for the first time since before the pandemic should be prepared for fewer options, crowded flights, and quarantines.
Elon Musk just became the second-richest person in the world, second only to Jeff Bezos. It's the latest development in a 15-year rivalry between 2 of the world's most powerful CEOs.
Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos mainly feud over their respective space ambitions, but Musk needled Bezos over Amazon's business decisions.
Architects are designing the airports of the future as the coronavirus pandemic forces new thinking on how we travel - take a look
Flyers may someday take individual pods directly from the terminal to their planes while security and border checks are virtually conducted.
COVID-19 has created a once-in-a-lifetime crisis for Carnival and Royal Caribbean, but after surviving hijackings and shipwrecks, the industry looks unsinkable
Loyal customers and aggressive fundraising should allow the likes of Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
Americans can now travel to 64 nations for vacation and tourism — here's the list of every open country and how to get there
The United Kingdom, South Korea, Jamaica, Turkey, Bermuda, and other locales are allowing tourists from the US.
Delta just gave all of its employees 2 free flights to go anywhere in the world, including those on leave from the company during the pandemic
The flight passes can be used for a confirmed seat on any flight in Delta's network, even on the longest and most expensive flights.
How the refined new Mazda 3 Turbo is pivotal to Mazda's push to compete with the likes of Audi and Mercedes
Mazda was once known for its speedy Mazdaspeed lineup and its "Zoom-Zoom" tagline. But these days, the automaker is all about premium.
Shanghai's airport — the 11th-busiest in the world — ringfenced 17,700 employees for COVID-19 testing after finding 5 positive cases linked to the cargo unit
Shanghai Pudong International Airport has canceled hundreds of flights since testing began on Sunday. It is the second-busiest airport in China.
More than 3 million people travelled through US airports between Friday and Sunday, the Transportation Security Administration said.
New FAA documents reveal SpaceX's latest plans for launching Starship prototypes on suborbital flights from South Texas — and potential hurdles to orbit
SpaceX hopes to eventually fly Starships to orbit from Boca Chica, Texas, but it can't do so without Federal Aviation Administration approval.
General Motors reverses course and says it no longer backs Trump's bid to fight California's new emissions rules
In 2019, GM joined the Trump administration's bid to bar California from setting its own emissions rules for vehicles.
Delta flight attendants go through an intense training course to learn how to deal with emergency landings, evacuations, and medical emergencies.
Tesla patches security vulnerabilities after a researcher managed to steal a Model X in 90 seconds with a $300 bluetooth kit.
Rivian's first batch of electric pickups and SUVs is already sold out as the Amazon-backed EV startup faces production constraints
Rivian's limited production capacity means most buyers won't take delivery until 2022, Bloomberg reports.
Frontier Airlines is launching 19 new routes and expanding to 3 new cities in 2021 with a new shortest route at 167 nautical miles — here's the full list
The focus of this expansion is cheap weekend getaways with flights to vacation destinations in the US, Caribbean, and Mexico.
Travis Kalanick believed mastering self-driving cars was a matter of life-or-death for Uber. His replacement might dump the autonomous strategy altogether.
It's less clear why Aurora would want to take on ATG, but the startup could benefit from access to ATG's workforce and gain a helpful investor.
Online car auctions have seen a pandemic boom, partly because buyers want to move money into alternative assets
Seven-figure Ferraris? Yep. Online car auctions are going strong, partially because their target buyers aren't traveling and have extra cash to spend.