Tesla's position is clear: the California electric-car maker doesn't feel a union is needed to protect its factory workers from what it claims are only anecdotal stories about worker safety and wage levels. Last weekend, Tesla continued to punch back at United Auto Workers organizating efforts at its assembly plant in Fremont, California, according to The Silicon Valley Business Journal. Tesla says that reports surrounding the safety of its workers have not been "data driven," but rather based solely on anecdotes—and that credulous journalists are being suckered. DON'T MISS: Musk...
Audi Toys With New Electric Car, Pedals Future in Nuremburg
After initially appearing skeptical about the electric car, Audi has been busy over the past few years with a selection of plugin hybrid and fully electric-powered concepts, showing them off at prestigious events such as the Le Mans 24 hour race. But unlike the R8 e-tron, R4 e-tron spyder and A1...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield