Dana Hull

San Jose Mercury News

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San Jose Mercury News reporter who covers the electric vehicle industry.

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Trading Tesla stock was halted today after CEO Elon Musk tweeted that he is considering taking the company private.

What happens if Tesla goes private?

Trading Tesla stock was halted today after CEO Elon Musk tweeted that he is considering taking the company private.

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Solyndra was the Bay Area maker of solar-panels that went bust despite taxpayer loans from the Obama Administration.  Now Fisker is being called the “Solyndra of electric vehicles.”

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