Tesla News

Tesla appoints Robyn Denholm as chair to replace Elon Musk

Musk, who has been on Tesla's board since 2004, tweeted in August he was considering taking the company private for $420 per share and had secured funding for a deal that was later scuttled but attracted scrutiny from several government agencies.

Elon Musk says Tesla's looking to establish a 'partial presence' in India by 2019

Tesla will look to establish itself by the end of 2020, said CEO Elon Musk. The comment came as part of a series of tweets about the company's after-sales service.

Elon Musk removes titles from name on Tesla records

Tesla chief Elon Musk has confirmed that his designation details have been removed from the company's website

FBI conducting criminal investigation into Tesla: Report

The Model 3 is a key part of Tesla's plan to expand from a niche player in the luxury segment to a car maker with broader appeal.

Tesla starts taking orders for shorter-range $45,000 Model 3

Offering cheaper versions of the vehicle raised a “big and unanswered question” of Tesla maintaining profit targets for the car.

Tesla has actually submitted a ‘Teslaquila’ trademark application, says Elon Musk

Tesla, the electric-car maker submitted a trademark application on October 8 for Teslaquila, describing the planned product as a distilled agave liquor.

Days after settling fraud charges, Tesla's Elon Musk mocks Securities and Exchange Commission

The tweet came five days after Musk settled SEC charges that he misled investors in tweets on Aug. 7, including that there was "funding secured" to take his Palo Alto, California-based company private at $420 per share

'Tesla must defend lawsuit alleging abuse of foreign workers'

Tesla said it investigated the allegations and broke ties with a subcontractor, ISM Vuzem, that it said did not live up to its expectations. "We've also since improved our supplier contracts and policies to better stop bad behavior," it said in a statement.

Wanted: Tesla chairman, must be able to handle conflict

As part of the SEC settlement, Elon Musk tweets and other comments will have to be vetted by the company before they can be released to the public.

Tesla, Elon Musk pay $40 million to settle tweet charges; Musk to resign as chairman

The SEC on Thursday charged Musk, 47, with misleading investors with tweets on August 7 that said he was considering taking Tesla private at $420 a share and had secured funding.


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