The biggest news from Elon Musk’s Tesla shareholder meeting
Wednesday, 12 June 2019 Horses were a somewhat unexpected theme at Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting. After CEO Elon Musk suggested that owning a gas car would be the equivalent of using a horse to get around, a Tesla shareholder asked Musk if the company’s announced pickup would have enough go power to haul her horse. “I didn’t mean to insult horses earlier,” Musk replied. “I love horses.” (Yes, the planned pickup could haul her horse.)
The shareholder meeting had some ups and downs — from a member of animal rights group PETA asking about vegan steering wheels to a discussion about Model 3 demand. The meeting comes at a time when Tesla’s stock price is at two-year low after falling almost continuously throughout 2019. The company suffered one of its worst...
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Elon Musk announced that his company Neuralink plans to link human brains directly to computers, saying the first prototype could be implanted in a person by the end of 2020. Veuer's Sam Berman has the..
Neuralink, the startup working on brain-computer interfaces in which Musk has sunk $100 million of his own money, publicly detailed the first steps it has made toward its goal of using tiny electrodes..
· *Tesla isn't planning to refresh its Model S or X, CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter. *
· *His comments contradict earlier reports by Electrek that said a... Business Insider Also reported by •TechCrunch