US billionaire Elon Musk has made repeated publicly his aversion to the U.S. securities and exchange Commission SEC. "Just to be clear: I respect the SEC," he said on Sunday (local time) on the channel CBS. "I don't respect you." He do, however, respect the U.S. justice system and, therefore, the agreement with the SEC. Musk and the SEC had reached the end of September, an agreement in a dispute over a Twitter message from the Tesla CEO.
Musk had written there at the beginning of August, he take a withdrawal of the electric car manufacturer from the stock market and the financing for it is secured"". On the stock markets of the unconventional announcement caused trouble. Musk was forced to resign as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Tesla back and as well as the company of the agreement with the SEC, according to a 20 million Dollar fine to pay.
in Addition, the stock market had demanded supervision, the communication of the enterprising Tesla-heads is controlled in the social networks. In an Interview with CBS, Musk said, however, that no one read his Tweets before, and Recalling the right to freedom of expression. Asked how he could go now that his Twitter Remarks are no new market turbulence, he said, everyone make mistakes sometimes. "No one is perfect."
Musk was actually open on Monday in Los Angeles to a test tunnel for the Hyperloop. In the last week of the Event, however, was on the 18. December moved. The Hyperloop lawn post of city capsules through a tube as in a tube to the city. In Los Angeles, so a top speed of 250 kilometres per hour should be achieved. (AFP)
Created: 10.12.2018, 12:05 PM