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Tesla pushes ahead with 'full self-driving' amid government investigations
Tesla seems ready to move forward with a broader roll out of its autonomous driving software after a federal government investigation raised questions about initial, headline-grabbing findings from a fatal Tesla crash in Spring, Texas, last month. © Scott Engle Scene video following a crash involving a Tesla Saturday night in Spring, TX Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased upgrades and the expansion of his company's driver assistance software in a series of tweets Wednesday.
ELON MUSK is pursued by investors judging that he failed to his homework when he decided that Tesla would buy in 2016 Solarcity for $ 2.6 billion.
ELON MUSK is in the Collimator of Justice. The billionaire is found before an American court for the acquisition of Solarcity solar panel manufacturer by Tesla. It is prosecuted by investors who believe that he failed to his homework when he decided that Tesla would buy it again, in 2016, for. His trial stands before a single judge of a delaware court, where the company is legally based, and should last about two weeks.
Musk tells Moscow he could expand Tesla manufacturing to Russia
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Friday said that he would be open to expanding Tesla manufacturing to Russia while speaking at an event for students sponsored by the Kremlin.Musk, who was invited to the event by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, spent 45 minutes discussing Tesla's artificial intelligence, hiring practices, and answering questions from students, according to Bloomberg."I think we're close to establishing a Tesla presence in Russia, and I think that would be great," Musk said at the event. "Over time, we will look to have factories in other parts of the world, potentially Russia at some point.
must testify, indicated a representative of the court without giving birth to his appearance. The Anglo-Saxon press evokes on his side an appearance in the day of Monday. The members of the Tesla Board of Directors, also pursued, have chosen to settle the case in 2020 by paying 60 million dollars, without admitting guilt. ELON MUSK did not wish to take part in this agreement. Investors who filed a complaint in a collective name against him, mainly pension funds, reproach him for not having to serve their best interests and to have ruined Tesla property by redeeming , even though this company was far from cost-effective and strongly indebted.
Crypto investors to Elon Musk: Please stop tweeting!
The prices of bitcoin, dogecoin and other digital currencies have plunged more than 40% in recent weeks. While Elon Musk isn't the only reason for the crypto carnage, he certainly isn't helping.The prices of bitcoin, dogecoin and other digital currencies have plunged more than 40% in recent weeks. While Elon Musk isn't the only reason for the crypto carnage, he certainly isn't helping.
ELON MUSK was then chairman of the Board of Directors of the two companies and had units of Solarcity, a society co-founded by two cousins following his suggestion. . For the complainants, the redemption was simply a way to help Solarcity, who was ready to go bankrupt. What benefited ELON MUSK, his brother, his cousins and a few people in Tesla, to the detriment of the group and his minority shareholders. They ask for damages, without specifying the amount.
The merits of the transaction had already been questioned by shareholders at the time: Tesla had lost more than $ 3.4 billion in stock market valuation during the only session following the first information on the operation . But they had ended up being convinced and give their green light.
The trial must determine whether Elon Musk, who owned approximately 22% of the rights of vote at the time, can be considered as controlling society. If sometimes the judge of the court in question gives his decision at the end of the trial, he generally makes it in writing at a later date, "said the representative of the Tribunal.
Tesla owners can now get 'FSD' premium driver assistance for $199 per month .
Tesla just introduced subscriptions for its premium driver assistance package for $199 a month, rather than $10,000 up front.Marketed as Full Self-Driving capability (or FSD), the driver assistance system does not make Tesla's electric vehicles safe for use without an attentive driver behind the wheel.