Elon Musk Assures Tesla Worrywarts He Isn’t Going Anywhere – Bloomberg
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The billionaire talked China, autonomy and mining in addition to making news about Twitter.
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The big news the Financial Times got out of Elon Musk at its Future of the Car summit was decidedly unrelated to cars. The billionaire planning to take over Twitter said he would reverse the platform’s permanent ban of former President Donald Trump.
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May 12, 2022 at 02:06PM