Hank Green is a bonafide media mogul. He's been supporting himself as an artist on the Internet for nearly a decade. Among (many) other things, he's the co-founder of Vidcon, the annual gathering of tens of thousands of YouTubers and their fans. Now he's got something even bigger up his sleeve: the Internet Creators Guild, which aims to band artists together to push back against the ripoffs, scams, and abusive business practices that so many of them face. Plus: economist Jodi Beggs explains why YouTubers would be wise to look to more traditional business models to keep themselves afloat.
Following the first fatality in a crash involving the Tesla Model S, the government continues to investigate the the car's autopilot feature. How much damage could this mean for Tesla's reputation and valuation? The Wall Street Journal's Mike Spector has more.