Elon Musk Trial Asks The $2 Billion Question: Who Controls Tesla? Shareholders made serious allegations against Elon Musk, saying – misused their influence
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is alleged to have used his controlling power to save solar panel maker SolarCity from bankruptcy in 2016.
New Delhi. Tesla CEO Elon Musk faces serious allegations. Tesla shareholders allege that Musk used his controlling power to try to save solar panel maker SolarCity from bankruptcy in 2016.
In a case filed in a US court, this question pertains to an amount of more than $2 billion. Shareholders allege that Musk saved solar panel maker SolarCity from bankruptcy by showing his influence over Tesla. Musk also has investments in SolarCity.
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$2.6 billion deal cost to be paid
Union Pension Funds and Asset Managers, who filed the case, say that Tesla should pay $2.6 billion in deal costs on behalf of Musk. If pension funds and asset managers win in this matter, it will be considered as one of the biggest decisions.
A two-week hearing in Delaware’s court will decide whether Musk is the unique controlling shareholder who does not have a majority stake, with a nearly 22 percent stake in Tesla during the deal.
would be hard to ignore
According to Ann Lipton, a professor at Tulan University’s Law School, she thinks it will be difficult for the court to ignore this reality. What is Elon Musk’s relationship with Tesla? He added that Musk’s personal relationships with Tesla’s board members and the financial dealings of those board members with SolarCity are gaining momentum.
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It is worth noting that Tesla is a fast growing company in recent years. It is one of the largest electric car companies in the world. However, the company has faced controversies in many countries including the US. Musk is always in the news for his outspoken comments and having 57 million Twitter followers.
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