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But as far as company knows, investigations haven't found anything wrong

But as far as company knows, investigations have not found anything wrong.

Report

‘Tesla’s philosophy has always been to set truthful targets’

'Tesla's philosophy has always been to set truthful targets'

Report

Has no manufacturing experience, board role was opposed by some

Has no manufacturing experience, board role was opposed by some.

Followup

'Like Lehman, we think the deception is about to catch up to TSLA'

'Like Lehman, we think the deception is about to catch up to TSLA'

ETC

'Shortsellers Enrichment Commission,' really?

'Shortsellers Enrichment Commission,' really?

Breaking

Musk remains CEO, but faces heavy oversight

Musk pays fine, ousted as Tesla chairman.

Report

Tesla chief reportedly hires defense lawyers

Tesla chief reportedly hires defense lawyers.

Followup

Some analysts think he might actually have to resign

Some analysts think he might actually have to resign.

Breaking

Says Musk 'knew or was reckless in not knowing' he was misleading investors

Says Musk 'knew or was reckless in not knowing' he was misleading investors

Report

'The most difficult and painful year of my career'

He called 2018 'the most difficult and painful year of my career'

Report

Subpoenas issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission

Subpoenas issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Report

Tweets were a 'nuclear attack' to 'completely decimate' short-sellers

Tweets were a 'nuclear attack' to 'completely decimate' short-sellers.

Report

The SEC has asked Tesla about the facts of the matter

U.S. regulators are asking Tesla Inc why Chief Executive Elon Musk announced his plan to take the electric carmaker private on Twitter and whether his statement was truthful, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. Musk announced his plan on his personal Twitter account on Tuesday, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has asked Tesla about the facts of the matter, why it was disclosed on Twitter rather than in a regulatory filing and whether it believed investor-protection rul

Opinion

The tweet heard 'round the automotive world was bold, to say the least

The tweet heard 'round the automotive world was bold, to say the least.

Report

Soros Fund Management took a $35 million stake in Tesla bonds

The investment firm founded and chaired by billionaire George Soros took a stake in Tesla bonds during the first three months of the year, giving the electric carmaker run by Elon Musk a prominent supporter.

Report

Elon Musk never disclosed the investigation to investors. It ended without enforcement action.

Elon Musk never disclosed the investigation to investors. It ended without enforcement action.

Official

With deliveries slated to begin in mid-2017, there was no tester at the end of 2016.

Another bad sign for the California EV firm.

You probably already just said Tesla anyway.

With the purchase of Solar City, along with the launch of Powerwall and the solar roof, Tesla is as much of an energy company as it is a car maker.

Official

General Motors neither admitted nor denied any wrongdoing.

This fine is a drop in the bucket compared to the total costs of the ignition switch scandal.

Report

There's a reason why Tesla got rid of its non-GAAP numbers.

Numbers don't lie, but they still need to be honest.

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