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Tesla Is Worth More Than ExxonMobil, BP, Ford, VW, Nissan, and GM Combined

The company’s shares are now trading at 23,900% more than they were in 2010

Low-angle view of the facade of Tesla Motors dealership with logo and sign in Pleasanton, California.
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Tesla is on a monumental, yearlong stock price tear, and here is one way to grasp the enormity of it: It is now worth as much as big oil companies ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP, France’s Total, and Italy’s Eni combined…




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Steve LeVine

Steve LeVine

Editor at Large, Medium, covering the turbulence all around us, electric vehicles, batteries, social trends. Writing The Mobilist. Ex-Axios, Quartz, WSJ, NYT.

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