All the fuss caused by Elon Musk

Tech bros move fast, smash things, and nobody wields a hammer more aggressively than Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who currently owns Twitter. In just a few days, Musk laid off half of his employees and proposed a few changes that could alienate advertisers, who provide most of the company’s revenue, and drive users away. Many regular Twitter users fear that Musk will allow anyone to post, making the platform an outburst of offensive propaganda. Since starting his first company in 1995, Musk has built an incredible entrepreneurial career with bold actions. At times it may seem reckless and unfiltered opinion, but he rarely apologizes, no matter who he offends. multiplied. Unlike most CEOs, Musk isn’t afraid to argue, and he might actually enjoy it. He pushes boundaries and usually avoids them. Musk’s views may seem naive when he ventures beyond his own field of expertise, but he reflects his boundless confidence in his ability to solve problems that Musk is currently working on Twitter. Here are some of Musk’s memorable dust treatments over the years. 2009 Co-Founders Brawl. Martin Eberhard, one of Tesla’s five co-founders, has sued Musk for his dismissal two years ago after he quarreled over control of his company. Musk and Eberhard agree on terms of confidentiality. 2010 “Trophy Wife.” Musk’s first wife, Justin Musk, posted a personal insight into Musk’s formation, with an article claiming that Musk was trying to make him a “trophy wife.” Musk has been married to two women three times and has dated celebrities such as Amber Heard and Grimes. He has at least nine children and jokes that he is “doing his best to help with the underpopulation crisis.” Musk responded by accusing the New York Times of smashing Tesla’s first sedan, the Model S, on the road. Musk personally declines review in a Tesla blog post, citing data logs from the car that allegedly disprove Times’ claims. The Times refutes the rebuttal, and although the truth is somewhat hazy, it proves Musk’s tenacity in the face of criticism. The story continues in 2015 Rocketman. Musk, who is also the CEO of SpaceX, mocks Jeff Bezos, the owner of the Blue Origin space company where rockets are better. SpaceX founder Elon Musk reacts at a press conference after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Crew Dragon spacecraft. An unmanned test flight to the International Space Station from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA on March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY2016Roughing it. Musk revealed that he spends nights at Tesla factories carrying sleeping bags to help the company achieve its aggressive production targets. Analysts wonder if CEOs should do this. The first death of a Tesla driver using the self-driving “autopilot” feature occurred in Florida. As of 2022, over 30 deaths have occurred in Tesla vehicles operating with autopilot, and critics say Tesla is promoting the technology too strangely. The government is investigating. Musk, a tech pioneer, is still challenging, saying autopilots save lives on the internet.[Follow Rick Newman on Twitter, sign up for his newsletter or sound off.]out there Musk says he wants to challenge the scientific accuracy of Matt Damon blockbuster “The Martian” and send people to Mars by 2025. 2017Cheap Boss? Musk scraps the story of firing his secretary when he demanded a pay raise. The reporter who reported the anecdote said the anecdote was “very well-sourced”. It is unclear who is right. A former employee sued Tesla for racism, citing emails Musk sent to employees. Some critics think Musk is cleverly telling his employees to put up with racist behavior. Tesla has faced dozens of accusations of racism over the years, and has settled some cases for millions of dollars. Musk tweeted that President Donald Trump’s immigration ban was “wrong” but later deleted the tweet. Musk fans and critics speculate what his real message is.2018 haha. On April Fool’s Day, Musk tweeted that “Tesla is completely bankrupt.” Everyone knows it’s a joke, but critics wonder if CEOs should do that. Of course not. “Pedo Guy.” Musk offers a small experimental submarine to help rescue children trapped in caves in Thailand. A divers working on a rescue operation told CNN that Musk “can anchor the submarine where it hurts.” Musk calls the diver a “pedophile” or a “pedophile” and fights back. Rescuers rescue Thai children. It is still unclear whether Musk’s mini-submarine worked. The diver finally sues Musk for defamation. Musk won. $420. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Musk with alleging that he planned to disclose Tesla at $420 per share in a tweet. Musk does not delete his tweets. However, he settled with the SEC by paying a fine, relinquishing his role as chairman, and agreeing to get company-related tweets approved by an attorney. tee-hee. Puff. Musk got on cannabis on Joe Rogan’s podcast. Moralists roar, Tesla shares fall 8%. But nothing happens and the stock recovers. Must later said that cannabis wasn’t for him. “Because it’s bad for productivity,” he said. It’s a joke. Musk ridicules the SEC, which signed a reconciliation agreement, as a “short selling firm.” Critics say he should be more careful. But nothing happens.2019Still here. Musk revealed in his tweet that he had deleted his Twitter account. He didn’t 2020, but I’m not a doctor… Musk posts a series of fake information about the COVID-19 pandemic, including predicting that the COVID-19 pandemic will go away immediately and saying that children are immune. Medical experts say Musk should stick with cars and rockets. Musk ignored local COVID shutdown orders and reopened Tesla’s California plant. Two months after the fan-demic began, Musk tweeted “FREE AMERICA NOW” on his Twitter account. After telling Tesla employees they can stay at home, he fires people who say it’s not safe to return to work amid the pandemic. Sell! Musk never imitated his CEO, saying “Tesla stock is too high” on his Twitter. The stock fell 9%. When the CEO intentionally lowers his stock lower, his brain explodes trying to figure out if it’s his market manipulation. Musk angered his transgender activists by saying “the pronoun sucks” with his tweet. Five months later, he explained, “I absolutely support transgender people, but all these pronouns are an aesthetic nightmare.” 2021Duh. The Wall Street Journal reports on a letter from the SEC to Tesla alleging that Musk violated a 2018 contract requiring company lawyers to investigate Musk’s tweets. No one knows what to do about it. In 2017, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ordered Tesla to reinstate workers who were fired for organizing a trade union. Musk suggested that unionized workers could lose their stock options, which the NLRB interpreted as a threat.2022Biden-basher. Musk called President Joe Biden a “wet sock doll in human form” in his tweets. Musk appears to be reluctant to highlight Tesla as a pioneer in electric vehicles because Tesla is not unionized in the competition with Biden. Business historians try to find another instance of a prominent CEO publicly mocking the US president for his youth image, but they fail. Bernie-basher. After the Vermont Sen, Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted that he “must demand that the richest people pay their fair share” and “keep forgetting that you’re still alive.” Taiwan Peace Plan. Musk said in an interview that Taiwan could ease hostility with China by transferring some control of China to the Communist Party government in Beijing. The Chinese ambassador to the United States praised the idea. “Our freedom and democracy are not for sale,” a Taiwanese official said. Geopolitical experts tell Musk to stick with cars and rockets in Ukraine’s peace plan. Musk tweeted a 42-word plan to bring peace to Ukraine by formalizing Russia’s permanent annexation of Crimea and allowing other regions under Russian occupation to vote for their favorite country. The Ukrainians are on a ballistic because Musk’s plans are close to the point of Russia itself. Musk may have spoken to Russian President Vladimir Putin or his representatives before tweeting the plan. Geopolitical experts tell Musk to stick with cars and rockets. Twitter subscription plan. Musk said on October 27, after completing a Twitter purchase, Twitter will begin offering the desired blue check “verified” badge to anyone paying $8 a month. He also suggested that he would lift Twitter’s ban on Trump and that there would be looser rules for posting fake content. Many prominent Twitterers have threatened to leave, and social media pundits say Musk should stick with his cars and rockets. Musk is now on Twitter, and Rick Newman is a senior columnist at Yahoo Finance. Follow @rickjnewman on Twitter for political news related to business and money, click here. Read the latest financial and business news from Yahoo FinanceDownload the Yahoo Finance app for Apple or AndroidFollow Yahoo Finance on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flipboard, LinkedIn and YouTube
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