Risks to Tesla stock are piling up and investors should prepare for less upside ahead as ‘disruption from inside’ and a wave of negative headlines weigh on shares, says Jefferies

Jefferies cut its price target on Tesla to $1,050 from $1,250 on Thursday, seeing less upside to the EV maker’s stock.  The investment bank said it’s “witnessing an uncomfortable pile up of negative news” surrounding Tesla CEO Elon Musk.  Tesla shares have lost more than 30% this year but gained ground during Thursday’s session.  Loading…

Paramount Plus has exclusive shows like ‘1883’ and ‘Halo,’ plus live CBS sports — you can sign up for plans starting at $5 a month

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Paramount Plus is a streaming service with content from CBS, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and more. Subscribers can also watch live sports and exclusive original shows, like “Halo.” Paramount Plus starts at $5/month with ads, and new members can get a one-week…

Black history: Can school curriculum help curb racism?

By Lola MayorBBC NewsImage source, Onyx UwanduluImage caption, Onyx Uwandulu says often schools are not able to provide a catered approach because they do not understand the experience of minoritiesA generation could be changed with the right education and representation in schools, a woman who felt “traumatised” by her school days has said.Onyx Uwandulu, 21,…

Tribal request to halt Arizona copper mine work is denied

TUCSON, Ariz. — A federal judge has rejected a request by Native American tribes to stop Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals Inc. from preparing a planned new Arizona copper mine’s site in the Santa Rita Mountains near Tucson.U.S. District Judge James Soto refused to issue a temporary restraining order and dismissed the lawsuit filed by the Tohono…

Biden renews sanctions license for Chevron in Venezuela

MIAMI — The Biden administration has renewed a license partially exempting Chevron from sanctions on Venezuela so it can keep operating in the oil-rich, socialist-run nation.The license issued Friday by the U.S. Treasury Department allows the California-based Chevron and other U.S. companies to perform only basic upkeep of wells it operates jointly with state-run oil…