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Over the last decade, Tesla (TSLA) and other automotive manufacturers have successfully harnessed the opportunity to convert overperformance of existing CO2 emissions and fuel consumption regulatory standards to valuable revenue streams. Future opportunities to monetize overperformance to vehicle regulatory standards hinge both on emissions performance of the future vehicle fleet...
Tesla's Elon Musk and his brother are being probed by the SEC for potential insider trading violations
The SEC is reported to be investigating stock sales by Tesla (TSLA +1.7%) Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk and board member Kimbal Musk to see if insider trading rules were violated. Sources tell The Wall Street Journal that the SEC started the investigation last year after Kimbal Musk sold shares of...
Tesla (TSLA) plans to enhance parts production at its Shanghai factory in China. According to Reuters, the expansion drive will allow the electric vehicle (EV) giant to meet growing export demand. TSLA shares fell 7% to close at $764.04 on February 23. Tesla is a U.S. company that designs, manufactures, and sells fully electric cars. It also deals in solar energy generation systems and energy storage products. Shanghai Factory Expansion Last year, a report in the state-backed daily newspaper indicated that the automaker planned to invest up to $190 million to bolster its production operations in China.
The $200 Billion Club lost its last member recently when Tesla CEO Elon Musk's wealth headed south. "Elon Musk is down $71 billion," another commenter tweeted. Musk's wealth peaked at $340.4 billion on Nov. 4, when Tesla shares reached a record high, according to Fortune.
(Bloomberg) -- The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk and his brother Kimbal violated securities laws when selling shares in the company late last year, according to a person familiar with the matter.Most Read from BloombergRussia Invasion of Ukraine Ignites European Security CrisisU.S. Says It’s Ready to Take in War’s Refugees: Ukraine UpdateRussia Hits Airfields; Kyiv Imposes Martial Law: Ukraine UpdateStocks Rise as Oil Par
The SEC is investigating stock sales Kimbal Musk made just before his brother Elon asked his Twitter followers whether he should sell Tesla shares.
Elon Musk and his brother are being investigated by US regulators over recent sales of Tesla shares, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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Wedbush Securities Managing Director Dan Ives joins Yahoo Finance Live to comment on the SEC insider trading probe on Elon Musk and his brother and how the Tesla CEO's social media usage has affected Tesla stock.
The SEC is investigating whether Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his brother, Kimbal Musk, violated insider trading rules with the shares they sold, The Wall Street Journal reported.