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WIRED

It'll Take Way More Than All This to Oust Elon Musk From Tesla

Snowballing shareholder lawsuits. Email fights with reporters, a possible libel suit in the offing, a brow-furrowing interview with The New York Times. Yes, you could say Tesla's Elon Musk has had quite the summer. And despite Thursday night's multi ...

- WIRED

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Business Insider

The SEC has reportedly made inquiries into Tesla about Elon Musk's tweet ...

The Securities and Exchange Commission made an inquiry into Tesla about whether one of Elon Musk's tweets regarding the possibility of taking the company private was truthful, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the ...

- Business Insider

Forbes

Elon Musk's Bombshell Tweets About Taking Tesla Private Triggers SEC Review

Elon Musk's bombshell tweets about his desire to take electric-car maker Tesla private triggered a run-up in its share price and speculation about whether the mercurial tech billionaire was being serious. Apparently, stock regulators want to know that too.

- Forbes

Wall Street Journal

SEC Probes Tesla CEO Musk's Tweets

Mr. Musk and Tesla haven't provided many more details of the potential deal since Mr. Musk's tweets Tuesday afternoon. The SEC generally allows companies to disseminate news using social media as long as they have told shareholders they might use ...

- Wall Street Journal

CNBC

Tesla likely to face SEC investigation following Musk tweets amid debate of ...

Elon Musk's lawyers are probably pouring over rule 14e-8 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 right about now. That regulation is the one the Tesla CEO may or may not have violated when he sent the markets into a frenzy and halted trading of Tesla's ...

- CNBC

The Verge

Here's how Elon Musk could take Tesla private

At first, everyone thought it was just a weed joke. “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420,” Elon Musk tweeted Tuesday afternoon. “Funding secured.” But it didn't take long before that assumption went up in smoke. The news sent shockwaves through ...

- The Verge

CNBC

If you invested $1000 in Tesla in 2010, here's how much you'd have now

Tesla shares jumped as high as $387.46 on Tuesday, before giving back gains, following some surprising tweets from CEO Elon Musk in which he announced that he's thinking of taking the company private. "Am considering taking Tesla private at $420.

- CNBC

New York Times

Two Huge Questions Hang Over Elon Musk's $70 Billion Deal for Tesla

Mr. Musk, Tesla's chief executive, shocked investors on Tuesday by tweeting that he was considering taking the company private at a stock price of $420. If he does, it would cost more than $70 billion. The company's board of directors met several times ...

- New York Times

CNBC

'This is out there, even for Tesla' — What every major analyst has to say ...

Shares of Tesla jumped nearly 11 percent Tuesday after chief executive Elon Musk said on Twitter that he is debating taking the electric car manufacturer private. Musk's comments "are nevertheless declarative statements from the CEO of a public company ...

- CNBC

Forbes

Tesla Plan To Go Private Vibe Ranges from Crazy, To Bring It On

Reaction to Tesla Inc's plan to go private ranged from crazy, it will never happen, to great idea, but the $420 per share price offer was not nearly enough. Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted Tuesday that he planned to take the company private if shareholders ...

- Forbes

CNNMoney

Elon Musk says going private is 'best path forward' for Tesla

Elon Musk's latest big idea is daring even by his standards: He wants to turn Tesla into a private company. He stunned investors on Tuesday with a tweet saying he had already lined up the funding, and he told employees that it would relieve the ...

- CNNMoney

New York Times

Elon Musk Considers Taking Tesla Private, Jolting Markets

Lamenting the pressures of answering to the stock market, Elon Musk, Tesla's chief executive, said Tuesday that he was considering taking the company private. “As a public company, we are subject to wild swings in our stock price that can be a major ...

- New York Times

Business Insider

Elon Musk announces proposal to take Tesla private, but says no final decision ...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Tuesday that he wants to take the company private at $420 per share. "Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured," Musk first said via Twitter before issuing a formal statement on the company's website.

- Business Insider

The Verge

Elon Musk says he might take Tesla private for $420 per share

Elon Musk said on Twitter today that he is “considering” taking Tesla private “at $420,” and that he has secured the funding to do so. In a follow up email sent to Tesla employees, Musk indicated that the tweet was serious, and not just a weed joke ...

- The Verge

USA TODAY

Elon Musk creates stir: Tesla could and should go private, CEO says

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Tuesday that he wants the company to go private in a startling development that immediately stirred an intense reaction on social media and caused the stock to spike. "Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding ...

- USA TODAY

CNBC

Tesla weighs taking company private, but no decisions made yet

Tesla CEO Elon Musk stunned investors Tuesday with a string of tweets saying he is considering taking the company private, in what would be the largest deal of its kind. "Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured," Musk said in a ...

- CNBC

Washington Post

Tesla suspends shares after Elon Musk tweets he wants to take the carmaker private

Tesla chief Elon Musk stunned investors Tuesday when he tweeted that he was considering taking the company private, sending its stock soaring more than 7 percent before trading was halted. Musk said he had “funding secured” to take the all-electric ...

- Washington Post

Forbes

A Tesla Buyout Would Mean Elon Musk's $100B Moonshot Pay Deal Crashed In Orbit

When it comes to Tesla and Elon Musk, even a few month's time can feel like an eternity. Remember, it was just over six months ago that Musk was making headlines by unveiling the most audacious compensation plan in the history of the universe, a $100 ...

- Forbes

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