Tesla gets green light to sell Model 3 in Europe

2019-01-21

A regulator has given Tesla Inc. the green light to sell its Model 3 cars in Europe, opening up an important new market following recent layoffs to cut costs. On Monday, the Netherlands Vehicles Authority, which has regulatory authority on behalf of the EU, said the Model 3 met requirementsRead More →

FDA has cut back on food inspections because of shutdown

2019-01-09

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has dramatically curtailed inspections of domestic food-processing facilities during the partial government shutdown, though it is now trying to resume work at the most high-risk sites. Since the shutdown began in late December, the FDA has conducted some types of essential food inspections, including atRead More →

The best and worst stocks of 2018

2018-12-31

One very important theme for investors during 2018 has been the return to volatility, as investors worry about Federal Reserve tightening and President Trump’s trade dispute with China. The market always looks ahead, and another important focus for investors is the massive cut in the maximum federal income-tax rate forRead More →