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In the 1890s, the Best-Selling Car Was … Electric   Leave a comment

Link: https://freakonomics.com/podcast/in-the-1890s-the-best-selling-car-was-electric/

Today, fewer than 1% of cars in the United States are electric. According to technology historian Tom Standage, the spike in gas prices may push the transition faster than people think. When switching from gas to electric cars, there is more to consider than just the labor market and the demand for gasoline. Standage believes everything will change.

Original Air Date: March 30, 2022

Length: 46 Minutes 20 Seconds

Investors Put Their Money on Tesla   Leave a comment

Link: https://www.ft.com/content/25e51b54-b9eb-4515-807e-730302345fad

Shares in Tesla stock doubled in price from May to December of 2019. Currently, there is not much competition in the electric automobile industry. There is concern, however, that competition from well known brands such as Audi, BMW, or Mercedes will hinder sales for Tesla due to consumer loyalty.

Original Air Date: February 10, 2020

Length: 17 minutes 14 seconds

Posted May 5, 2020 by meaghanprice3 in Finance, Market structure

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