The Tesla chief told The New York Times that working nonstop to turn the company around is taking its toll on him. His directors agree.
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The president said he wanted the Securities and Exchange Commission to weigh letting companies report results just twice a year.
About 1,400 of the internet company’s employees have signed a letter demanding transparency, saying censored search results raise “urgent moral and ethical issues.”
The same traits that have made Mr. Musk a great entrepreneur also make him a potentially troublesome chief executive. Tesla’s board should act as a filter.
Uber’s latest quarterly results indicate little change to its financial trajectory under Dara Khosrowshahi, who took over a year ago.
Constellation’s investment in Canopy shows just how far traditional alcoholic beverage companies are willing to go to find growth.
The private equity firm is informally advising Elon Musk on his push to remove the automaker from public markets. It’s been here before, with Dell.
“This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career,” said Mr. Musk, the head of Tesla. “It was excruciating.”
Tesla’s stock tumbled 10 percent Friday, generating more than $1 billion in profits for investors betting on a fall in the electric-car maker’s shares.
The rapper’s account of an encounter with Elon Musk set social media on fire. But that wasn’t the last word. Not by a long shot.
Twitter struggled, and failed, to answer the question of what is allowed on its platform. And Elon Musk dealt with the consequences of having tweeted in the first place.
A crackdown on gaming weighed heavily on the fortunes of the Chinese internet giant. Investors worldwide worry that the pain could spread.
The company’s directors want to rein in Elon Musk. They have their work cut out.
Twitter said a tweet by Mr. Jones violated its rules against inciting violence. The move was Twitter’s harshest against Mr. Jones and his company.
Tesla’s board of directors has hired multiple outside law firms, and a number of board members and Tesla employees have urged Mr. Musk to stop posting on Twitter.
Tesla’s C.E.O. revealed more details about his plan to take the company private. They do little to clear up confusion surrounding the potential deal.
Executives are permitted to disclose market-moving information on social media. But Mr. Musk has provided regulators ample opportunity to re-examine the policy.
The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer has recorded two straight quarters of declining profits, as smartphone sales stagnate.
The clothing company said that it will put its jeans lines, including Wrangler and Lee, into a separate business as their growth has slowed.
The chief executive is said to have written his Twitter post last week in haste. But he said Monday he had Saudi financial backing for a buyout plan.
The Turkish lira continues to slide, and that’s starting to affect markets and currencies around the world.
The country’s economic crisis has been caused by soaring inflation, economic mismanagement by the Turkish government and tensions with the United States.