Topic: Paul Scott
Electric car enthusiasts have plenty of successes to celebrate at the third annual Plug In Day events Saturday, and more may be on the horizon. But electric cars remain a sliver of the total market, and face an uphill battle toward widespread appeal.
Lance Armstrong is being sued by the US government. According to the Justice Department, Armstrong defrauded the Postal Service by taking millions of dollars in sponsorship money while doping.
State attorneys general say a new fruity alcoholic drink called Blast is being marketed to underage drinkers. Will the Pabst creation, promoted by hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg, be yanked off shelves?
04/22/2011 05:43 pm
Tesla Motors (TSLA) wowed investors, closing up 41 percent in its first day of trading. But it still has a lot to prove as the first US car company to go public since Ford.
06/29/2010 06:55 pm
With a federal tax credit and state rebates, the price for Nissan's zero-emission, all-electric Leaf could be just above $20,000. Fully charged, it'll go 100 miles.
03/30/2010 07:20 pm
This year, more automakers will roll out electric cars to American roadways.
02/01/2010 09:52 am
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