Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has angered many people over the years, but he has also achieved great success and gained a large following. Even though Musk claims to be prioritizing Tesla above Twitter, internal communication contradicts his statements, increasing the controversy surrounding the outspoken CEO since he took over the social media platform.
The New York Times has got internal communication from Elon Musk to Twitter staff, as reported in a recent post by Teslarati. After finishing “most of my Tesla work,” Musk emailed Twitter workers to let them know he would be available for company-related meetings. According to the rest of the email, Twitter staff need Musk’s OK before making any big modifications.
Despite Musk’s apparent reevaluation of his role, he remains committed to ironing out Twitter’s product specifics and engineering improvements. “We are going to agonize until we achieve as close to the perfect product as possible,” Musk reportedly said to Twitter staff in an internal email.
The media has been following a growing narrative regarding Leo KoGuan, one of the world’s top Tesla investors, who has spoken out publicly about his thoughts on Elon Musk‘s acquisition of Twitter and his general conduct.
Elon abandoned Tesla and Tesla has no working CEO
Tesla needs and deserves to have working full time CEO
What Tesla BOD should do, do nothing? Elon will find his own successor under BOD independent supervision https://t.co/AJSvij9ncP
— KoGuan Leo (@KoguanLeo) December 14, 2022
Ross Gerber, a Tesla investor who is quite active on Twitter, is also unhappy, as pointed out by Teslarati. He wants the Tesla board to finally take note of Musk’s behavior and do something about it. Investor in Gerber Kawasaki is thinking about running for a seat on the board of directors.
However, Musk has spoken up on a few occasions to correct the record. He keeps emphasizing that Tesla is having unprecedented success and expansion. Musk attributes the problems with Tesla’s stock to the economy and, more particularly, the Federal Reserve. He has gone as far as to guarantee that, despite the present crisis, the stock will ultimately be a huge success.
Tesla is executing better than ever!
We don’t control the Federal Reserve.
That is the real problem here.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 16, 2022
Also, Musk has lately stated that he has not been absent from his duties at Tesla. He continued, saying that he hasn’t missed any gatherings. However, the CEO seems to be ignoring or failing to understand that people’s worries extend far beyond whether or not Musk is paying attention to Tesla or attending meetings. His political tweets have alienated a large segment of the populace, and investors are worried about this.
The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, has earned a considerable fan base despite alienating many individuals over the years. An internal memo seems to contradict Musk’s assertions that he is putting Tesla ahead of Twitter, adding to the controversy that has surrounded the flamboyant CEO since he assumed control of the microblogging service.
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