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money.cnn.com — As you watch the horrific aftermath of the tornado in Oklahoma play out on television and reach into your wallet to make a donation, do you know where that money is actually going? The Red Cross often leads the charge after natural disasters, like the deadly tornado in Moore, Okla., that killed 24, injured more than 200 and wiped out thousandsof homes on Monday.
tech.fortune.cnn.com — The German car giant's new S Class sedan drives itself. Starting price: $100,000. By Doron Levin, contributor FORTUNE -- The race to build an everyday car equipped with auto-pilot that can prevent accidents and take over from a driver about to fall asleep or make a catastrophic error is in...
money.cnn.com — Sergio Marchionne, left, the CEO of Chrysler Group and Fiat, isn't happy by the claim of Tesla CEO Elon Musk that Tesla is the first automaker to repay all of its loans. Chrysler Group and Tesla Motors, run by two of the most outspoken CEOs in the auto industry, are trading zingers over the help each company received from the federal government.
money.cnn.com — Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk. Tesla Motors announced Wednesday that it has repaid a $465 million loan from the government nearly a decade before it was scheduled to do so. The electric-car maker received the loan from the Department of Energy in January 2010, and it made its first payment this past December.
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