From Fox Business:
“Tesla Motors, maker of luxury-all-electric cars, is reportedly planning a stock offering. If the sale occurs, Tesla would be the first U.S. car company to issue shares since Ford Motor Co. in 1956.”
This is very exciting news. Not necessarily from an investment standpoint (it will likely be a while before pure electric car companies can prove to investors they have a sustainably profitable business model), but from an innovation point of view. The United States needs to promote the future of a “green” economy, not just to reduce oil imports, but even more importantly to generate a new force that can produce job growth, much like the advent of the Internet has already done. I hope Tesla has a successful IPO, as it may provide a psychological boost for other entrepreneurs out there who would like to get the “green” ball rolling.