All of our in-depth coverage of automotive start-up Rivian.
- Founded in 2009 by RJ Scaringe
- Nearly $500M in Funding
- 2.6M SQFT Factory in Normal, IL
- Production Starts in 2020
- Over 350 Employees
In another interview this week, Rivian CEO and founder RJ Scaringe announced key financial information to the public for the first time.
In an exclusive interview with Engadget, Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe gave a sneak peek at their upcoming vehicles.
After making some confusing assertions earlier this week, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner called into the Bloomington-based radio station, WJBC, to clarify his remarks.
At a press conference in Springfield, Illinois Governor Rauner Bruce Rauner fired off harsh words at automotive startup Rivian.
Normal’s former Mitsubishi plant is all abuzz Saturday morning as teams of volunteers race to beat the clock: their goal is to build brand new websites for 48 area nonprofits by Sunday evening.
Monday night's Normal Town Council meeting covered three notable issues, including tax abatements for Rivian, the possibility of a multi-sports complex in Normal, and changes to the liquor code.
In an interview with AdaptBN, Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe gave several key updates on the company's progress. The company currently employs 250 people across the US, including 40 at the plant in Normal.
Automotive Startup Rivian has made two additional executive hires gaining Ryan Green as Chief Financial Officer and Neil Sitron as General Counsel. Green joins Rivian after 13 years at Harley Davidson, most recently as Chief Financial Officer of Harley Davidson's Financial Services division. Sitron brings 13 years of experience as a counsel at Crowell Moring, working with Rivian as a client for several years.
Just hours after AdaptBN reported on the new additions of Rob Williams and Mark Vinnels to Rivian's executive team, Rivian has now disclosed a new strategic investor. The company has received a large strategic investment from Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA).
Rivian, the stealthy Michigan-based EV startup, is taking large steps in the vehicle development program. The company recently added two new executives, Mark Vinnels and Rob Williams. Mark Vinnels joins Rivian as Executive Director of Engineering and Programs, while Rob Williams is the new Chief Creative Officer.