• Salesforce Leadership, Samsung Splurge, Snap Volatility: CEO Daily for August 8, 2018

    2 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Good morning.
    Elon Musk doesn't much like short-sellers, stock analysts, or annoying reporters like me who raise questions about his campaign to save the world. So if someone is willing to give him the money to take Tesla private, and avoid such scrutiny, why shouldn't he? That's what he suggested he was going to do in a note to employees yesterday. "Funding secured," he claimed, at a price of $420 a share - 20% over the market price. Musk's comments caused Tesla's stock price to jump 10% , putting pesky short sellers in a squeeze.
    But if anyone is really considering giving Musk the money...
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