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Musk looks closer at Tesla's expenses to save money

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Musk looks closer at Tesla's expenses to save money

Musk looks closer at Tesla's expenses to save money

Tesla will take a closer look at their expenses in a new cost cutting initiative.

Automotive News reports that Elon Musk, the electric car company&apos;s CEO, told employees that he will &quot;increase scrutiny of the company&apos;s expenses,&quot; with the goal of cutting costs.

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