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SEC Asks Judge To Hold Musk In Contempt Of Court Over Misleading Tweet

Newsy Tuesday, 26 February 2019
SEC Asks Judge To Hold Musk In Contempt Of Court Over Misleading TweetWatch VideoThe Securities and Exchange Commission wants Tesla CEO Elon Musk held in contempt of court over a recent tweet.

In a complaint to a federal judge, the SEC claimed Musk violated his settlement agreement by publishing "inaccurate and material information about Tesla to his over 24 million Twitter...
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The SEC claims Tesla&apos;s CEO violated a settlement agreement.

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