Elon Musk is dragging Salesforce and others into his $44 bln M&A fight against Twitter. The social network too has legal requests to Musk co-investors like Larry Ellison. That’s more incentive to settle and part the clouds:
Tesla has asked Shanghai’s government to help ensure its suppliers in China’s Sichuan province would have sufficient electricity supply amid a power crunch, a government letter and people familiar with the matter said
From @Breakingviews: Elon Musk is not buying Manchester United. But @LiamWardProud says that genuine bidders could make some serious money, especially by ditching the playbook of the Glazer family, the current soccer club owners
Tesla, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, leases, and sells electric vehicles, and energy generation and storage systems in the United States, China, and internationally. The company operates in two segments, Automotive, and Energy Generation and Storage. The Automotive segment offers electric vehicles, as well as sells automotive regulatory credits. It provides sedans and sport utility vehicles through direct and used vehicle sales, a network of Tesla Superchargers, and in-app upgrades; and purchase financing and leasing services. This segment is also involved in the provision of non-warranty after-sales vehicle services, sale of used vehicles, retail merchandise, and vehicle insurance, as well as sale of products to third party customers; services for electric vehicles through its company-owned service locations, and Tesla mobile service technicians; and vehicle limited warranties and extended service plans. The Energy Generation and Storage segment engages in the design, manufacture, installation, sale, and leasing of solar energy generation and energy storage products, and related services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers and utilities through its website, stores, and galleries, as well as through a network of channel partners. This segment also offers service and repairs to its energy product customers, including under warranty; and various financing options to its solar customers. The company was formerly known as Tesla Motors, Inc. and changed its name to Tesla, Inc. in February 2017. Tesla, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.