"Sloppy" Steve Bannon attacked Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday night, calling him a liar and an emotionally "immature man-child". "He flat out lied about securing funding". The latest comes by way of the Wall Street Journal, which sets the scene with a cheery anecdote about the one time Musk (purportedly) head-butted a vehicle to refute that the company's assembly line needed to be stopped for safety.
A British diver who was crucial to the rescue operation that saved 12 children trapped in a Thailand cave is preparing a libel claim against Elon Musk after the tech executive labeled him a "pedo" in July.
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The Times story said the Tesla CEO "alternated between laughter and tears" during an hourlong interview, and that he "choked up multiple times". But recently Elon once again took to Twitter to announce that he chose to keep the company public, for now at least.
"This past year has been the most hard and painful year of my career", Musk said in the interview.
"I do not have a daily view on all kinds of things, and maybe I've got a guy in this copycat or imitator, maybe he's putting out better stuff than I would and if he puts out enough good advice, I'll take credit for it", Buffett said. They are just starting to get into a flow of consistent production numbers from their gigafactory. This is once again giving people incentive to book a Model 3. So given the current situation, Elon believes that going private would take away valuable time and resources from their production line, and they just can't afford that as of now.
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Musk was also heavily criticized after his tweet about taking Tesla private. At the time, Musk tweeted: "Climate change is real".
East Coast-based small business owner Paul Shust, who told Reuters he uses information posted on $TSLAQ FinTwit and has an options bets against Tesla, said he was so upset by Musk's August 7 tweet that he wrote to SEC Commissioner Kara Stein that day, according to an email seen by Reuters.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Tesla CEOElon Musk started headbutting a auto at Tesla's Fremont, California, factory this spring after he learned the assembly line would stop when people got too close to it.
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He added: "What are [Tesla board members] doing about keeping Elon Musk under control?" "We've shown that we can make great sustainable energy products, and we now need to show that we can be sustainably profitable".