1. Embattled EV startup Lordstown Motors warns it may not stay in business  Stuff.co.nz
  2. The Bull Case for Lordstown Motors Is Dead  Motley Fool
  3. Lordstown Motors gasps for air, issues warning regarding its financial health  Driving
  4. Lordstown Motors, once hailed by Donald Trump as the future for Youngstown manufacturing, could close within  cleveland.com
  5. Lordstown Motors In Need Of More Capital To Build Endurance Electric Pickup  GM Authority
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Amid fraud accusations, embattled EV startup Lordstown Motors is now facing a shortage of funding.Amid fraud accusations, embattled EV startup Lordstown Motors is now facing a shortage of funding.

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SEC filing reveals trouble may be afoot espite half-billion dollars of funding earlier this yearSEC filing reveals trouble may be afoot espite half-billion dollars of funding earlier this year

Lordstown Motors gasps for air, issues warning over financial health | Driving

SEC filing reveals trouble may be afoot espite half-billion dollars of funding earlier this yearSEC filing reveals trouble may be afoot espite half-billion dollars of funding earlier this year

Lordstown Motors gasps for air, issues warning over financial health | Driving

The company won't survive without more cash.The company won't survive without more cash.

The Bull Case for Lordstown Motors Is Dead | The Motley Fool

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Lordstown Motors, once hailed by Donald Trump as the future for Youngstown manufacturing, could close within a year: The Wake Up podcast - cleveland.com

LORDSTOWN, Ohio – Shares of electric-vehicle manufacturer Lordstown Motors Corp. stabilized Wednesday, one day after the company said in a […]

Lordstown Motors Shares Stabilize After Filing - Business Journal Daily | The Youngstown Publishing Company

Lordstown Motors is seeking additional capital to start production of its Lordstown Endurance electric pickup at the former GM Lordstown Assembly plant.GM owns a 5 percent stake in Lordstown Motors.

Lordstown Motors In Need Of More Capital To Build Electric Pickup

Lordstown Motors is seeking additional capital to start production of its Lordstown Endurance electric pickup at the former GM Lordstown Assembly plant.

Lordstown Motors In Need Of More Capital To Build Electric Pickup

A rise in Government initiatives to go electric, along with a rise in demand for zero emission vehicles, especially in the logistics and e-commerce sector, could fuel the commercial electric vehicle (EV) market. According to a MarketsandMarkets research report, the electric commercial vehicle market, which was at an estimated 129,000 units last year, is expected to reach 2,026 thousand units by 2028. That indicates a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 41.1%. Using the TipRanks Stock CompariA rise in Government initiatives to go electric, along with a rise in demand for zero emission vehicles, especially in the logistics and e-commerce sector, could fuel the commercial electric vehicle (EV) market. According to a MarketsandMarkets research report, the electric commercial vehicle market, which was at an estimated 129,000 units last year, is expected to reach 2,026 thousand units by 2028. That indicates a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 41.1%. Using the TipRanks Stock Compari

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Lordstown Motors, after showing a net loss of $125 million in Q1 and reporting that initial production will be limited, now says that it needs a cash injection.Lordstown Motors, after showing a net loss of $125 million in Q1 and reporting that initial production will be limited, now says that it needs a cash injection.

Lordstown Motors: We Require Additional Capital To Continue