Tesla CEO Elon Musk took advantage of the company’s recent financial results to express confidence in the Optimus robot and the importance it will have for the future of technology. “I was surprised that people did not realize the magnitude of the Optimus robot program.
Tesla’s electric car factory in Shanghai has been temporarily suspended due to a Covid-19 outbreak in the city. As reported by Reuters, the factory was closed this Monday, the 28th, and will remain closed for another three days. The city will then undergo a series
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has sought to address Ukraine’s needs during the current conflict (resulting from the invasion of Russia) by providing more means of Starlink high-speed internet access. But Musk’s Twitter followers have one more idea for the entrepreneur. As reported by
A report advanced by the website GizChina indicates that Tesla is planning to launch its own app store, like Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. The rumor will have started when a Tesla investor shared a ‘tweet’ showing a video of Apple co-founder and
According to data compiled by the Efe agency, Amazon, Meta (which controls Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp), Alphabet (which controls Google), Apple and Microsoft achieved a profit of $320 billion in 2021. This figure represents an increase of 55.6% in relation to the $205 billion in
Elon Musk has sold about $15 billion of shares in the electric car company since November, a number that helps him reach the promise to sell 10% of his Tesla stake. The billionaire also exercised a call option on 1.6 million shares of Tesla at
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has already sold 8% of his Tesla shares since last November 8, when he took a poll on Twitter to decide on the future of a portion of his shares in the company. Specifically, according to the documents sent to the
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has informed the SEC the sale of a package of 934,091 shares of the manufacturer of electric vehicles worth $963.2 million. The South African entrepreneur has also exercised stock options to buy 2.17 million Tesla shares, according to the information submitted.
After Elon Musk demanded a clarification from Binance regarding the problems involving blocked withdrawals of Dogecoin (DOGE) on the platform, the company made a statement on its twitter account and CZ (CEO of Binance) teased about problems involving Tesla in response to the billionaire. The
MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor recommended Elon Musk to use the proceeds from the sale of his Tesla shares to invest them in Bitcoin. Saylor’s comments came in response to a survey created by Musk through his Twitter account, where he asked his community if he