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Tesla Announces Job Cuts In Attempt To Produce Lower-Priced Car

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Tesla Announces Job Cuts In Attempt To Produce Lower-Priced Car

Tesla Announces Job Cuts In Attempt To Produce Lower-Priced Car

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced Friday that the electric car maker will cut seven percent of its workforce, as it tries to produce more affordable vehicles.

Katie Nielsen reports.

(1/18/19)

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