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AEVA, BIDU, CBAY, DRNA and RACE have been added to the Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) List on July 20, 2021.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 20, 2021--Aeva (NYSE: AEVA), a leader in next generation 4D LiDAR sensing and perception systems, announced that it will report results for the second quarter 2021 after market close on Thursday, August 12, 2021. Aeva will host a conference call and webcast to discuss the second quarter 2021 results at 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time (6:00 p.m. Eastern Time) on the same day.
Morgan Stanley analyst Joseph Moore is more cautious on lidar maker Aeva Technologies than his peers due to uncertainty over the uptake of the technology.
Shares of lidar maker Aeva Technologies (NYSE: AEVA) were trading sharply lower on Monday, after a Morgan Stanley analyst initiated coverage of the company with a not-exactly-bullish note. As of 10:45 a.m. EDT, Aeva was down about 10.7% from Friday's closing price. In a note released early on Monday morning, Morgan Stanley analyst Joseph Moore initiated coverage of Aeva with a rating of equal weight and a price target of $11.
Dzmitry Dzemidovich/iStock via Getty ImagesThe lidar space was already crowded with a handful of companies going public via SPACs in the last year. The addition of Quanergy to the list via a deal with CITIC Capital Acquisition Corp. (CCAC) makes for a very busy space despite the big promises of...
Aeva Technologies Inc, a maker of a sensing system for self-driving cars founded by two ex-Apple Inc engineers, has added two more veterans from the iPhone maker to its ranks. James Reuther, who spent more than a decade at NASA before a stint at Apple overseeing new sensing technologies, has joined the company as its vice president of technology. Sawyer Cohen, who spent more than a decade at Apple and was the company's iPhone product design lead for almost five years, will be Aeva's senior director of product design.
Aeva Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: AEVA, "Aeva" or the "Company"), a leader in next-generation sensing and perception systems, today announced that it is set to join the small-cap Russell 2000® Index and broad-market Russell 3000® Index, as well as the appropriate growth and value style indexes, at the conclusion of the 2021 Russell indexes annual reconstitution, effective after the US market opens on June 28, 2021.
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Aeva Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: AEVA, "Aeva"), a leader in next-generation sensing and perception systems, today announced its Co-founder and CEO, Soroush Salehian, and CFO, Saurabh Sinha, will present and host individual and group investor meetings at the following upcoming investor events.
(Bloomberg) -- Waymo is talking to outside investors about raising as much as $4 billion in additional capital to fuel its self-driving efforts. And the company has discussed plans to eventually list publicly, spinning out from its parent Alphabet Inc., according to people familiar with the plans.But Waymo must first quell concerns about a recent string of departures that have raised questions about its strategy and the size of its lead in the field.Since February, Waymo has lost six key executives in rapid succession, including its chief executive officer, chief financial officer and several key lieutenants. John Krafcik, the outgoing CEO, had telegraphed his departure to some although it surprised many at Waymo and others at Alphabet, said the people, who asked not to be identified be...