Musk needs to start answering 'boring' questions
The Tesla founder described questions from analysts as boring. But it’s not really boring to wonder how exactly the business is going to dampen its extraordinary cash-burning issues
Tesla’s effort to calm the market in the wake of its first quarter results featured plenty of grandstanding but little to warm the hearts of those who have backed the electric car business up to now.
Elon Musk described questions from analysts as boring, and said he wanted true believers to help him overcome the haters. But it’s not really boring to wonder how exactly the business is going to dampen its extraordinary...
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