Published: December 29, 2019 | 3 min read, 532 words
In an email obtained by Electrek, CEO Elon Musk tells Tesla employees to “ignore stock price” as it soars to new highs in a market rally. Over the last few weeks, Tesla’s stock price blew past its longtime all-time high to now over $430 per share. CEO Elon Musk addressed the recent rally in an email titled “Please ignore stock price” sent to Tesla employees and obtained by Electrek. Musk wrote: “My silly jokes on Twitter are just that. What really matters is our actual execution and effectiveness as a company.” When he talks about “silly jokes”, he is likely referring to him tweeting... READ MORE
January 2, 2020
A brief but well-sourced look at the recent scuttlebutt surrounding the referenced company. In particular, it's financial position. While nominally interesting, it would mainly attract the attentiveness of those following the noted firm. Beyond that group of acolytes interest therein would more than likely be considerably diminished. As an aside, prospective readers may wish to bear in mind that the outlet is a reliable booster of this industry and company. A worthwhile read but only if you must.
December 29, 2019
This article is very well sourced and provides some concise context on the story. I appreciate Electrek's format of providing the information without bias, but leaving room for their "take" at the end where they can make their own conclusion in a way that is transparent to readers.