Is Obama's Failed Spending Plan a Boon for Tesla Motors?
Apr 9th 2013 6:02PM
Updated Apr 9th 2013 6:24PM
Don't be surprised if Fisker Automotive joins Solyndra as the next political football to plague the Obama administration. Fisker, a maker of electric vehicles and a peer of Tesla Motors that received $193 million in federal aid, has fired three-quarters of its workforce and faces a possible bankruptcy filing.
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