Elon Musk says Tesla 'would be interested' in taking over General Motors' idled factories
Friday, 7 December 2018 Elon Musk is eyeing General Motors' once-occupied plants. The tech mogul said it's 'possible that [Tesla] would be open' to taking over automakers' old plants, such as the five factories closed by GM.
AutoNews.com reports that Tesla Inc. General Counsel Todd Maron will be leaving his position. Tesla has announced that Dane Butswinkas will step into the position. Butswinkas will report directly to company founder and CEO, Elon Musk and oversee Tesla’s legal and government relations team....
According to Business Insider, News of Tesla laying off 3,000 workers on Friday has added to investor worries that demand may be shrinking for its Model 3 sedan. In an email to employees, CEO Elon Musk..
On various occasions, Elon Musk has shared his vision of future transformation or technology that could revolutionize the world. Once again, he is back on... Fossbytes - TechnologyAlso reported by •Futurism •BBC News
Tesla is cutting seven percent of its full-time employee headcount, Elon Musk announced in a company-wide email. In addition to the cuts, which come after the... The Verge - TechnologyAlso reported by •Bangkok Post
General Motors CEO Mary Barra dismissed the possibility that Elon Musk's Tesla could acquire one of GM's soon-to-be-idled U.S. factories.
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