Auto Industry

Check Out Tesla's Hot New European Factory

Tesla has a shiny new workspace. This 11-acre facility is where cars will be assembled and tested before delivery across Europe. The new plant, in Tilburg, Netherlands, is actually a major expansion of an assembly space Tesla opened just two years ago. Tesla needs the extra room as it launches the new Model X SUV and tries to expand from about 50,000 deliveries worldwide this year to 500,000 by 2020. When the new digs are fully up and running, about 450 cars will roll off the line each week. Photographs by Jasper Juinen for Bloomberg

China Auto Sales Expand at Slowest Pace in Three Years

Passenger-vehicle sales in China expanded at the slowest pace since 2012 so far this year, underlining the slump in demand that prompted the government to cut a tax on car purchases to revive demand in the world’s biggest auto market.

Wall Street

Moelis Middle East Head Van Slingelandt to Relocate to London

Yorick van Slingelandt, the head of Moelis & Co.’s Middle East North Africa business, is taking up an expanded role at the merger-advisory firm’s European business and will move to London, according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg News.


The Families Funding the 2016 Presidential Election

On "Morning Must Read," Tom Keene recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes that provide insight into today's headlines. Starwood Capital Group Chairman and CEO Barry Sternlicht also speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)

Should Inflation Be a Bigger Central Bank Concern?

London School of Economics Professor Christopher Pissarides discusses the lack of global inflation, why fiscal stimulus is not the answer at the moment and market expectations for tighter monetary policy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Real Estate

Oil Drops

It's bad for the exporters, great news for you



In December, drilling contractor Ensign Energy Services Inc. told California regulators that it planned to dismiss as many as 700 workers.

Health Care

Is This Cancer Treatment Worth It? New Tool Offers Patients Data

For the first time, a consortium of top U.S. cancer hospitals will provide patients with guidance about the cost of drugs used in their treatment, helping address a concern for many people undergoing a major medical event -- what the financial repercussions of their condition are.