Electric vehicle maker Lordstown Motors, launched last November, jumped in its Nasdaq debut after a merger with a SPAC.
“Walton Goggins as a charming, country idiot” should be all you need to hit play.
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Tesla’s Cybertruck, GM’s $113,000 Hummer, Ford’s (e)F-150—then there are the startups.
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