Tesla CEO Elon Musk's tweet from more than a month ago keeps biting him in the... well you know.
When Musk mused on Twitter on Aug. 7 about "taking tesla private at $420" it sent everyone into a tizzy.
Am considering taking Tesla private at $420.
Out of all of Elon Musk's ventures, the Boring Company is undoubtedly the most WTF.
For instance, the tunneling company may be best known for its Not-a-Flamethrower, the barely legal $600 flame-spewing gadget with Dr. Seuss-inspired terms and
It turns out the Air Force isn't quite sure what to make of Elon Musk's pot smoking either.
No, the military hasn't launched a formal investigation into the SpaceX CEO. But it is trying to figure out how to respond to Musk's latest antics.
The tweet may have become a meme, but the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission isn't laughing at Elon Musk's tweet about taking Tesla private.
The electric car company CEO blurted out on Twitter last week that he plans to buy back Tesla from
Well, this didn't take long.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking into Tesla CEO Elon Musk's recent tweets, in which he announced that Tesla is looking to go private.
It sure seems like the saga of Elon Musk and The Farting Unicorn™ is reaching a satisfactory conclusion, clearing up Musk's plate to continue feuding with rescuers of children stranded in caves or journalists or whoever else is on deck.
Who knew a farting unicorn would end up at the centre of a finger-pointing copyright storm in a teacup involving Elon Musk?
The Tesla CEO has been accused of using Colorado potter Tom Edwards' design without permission, a situation which has come to
Autopilot's name may sound like it can drive a Tesla electric car for you, but it's still a semi-autonomous feature that can auto-steer, keep you in your lane, brake, and accelerate the car forward as long as the driver is still paying full
If you can even trust anything that comes from Elon Musk's Twitter account, it looks like Tesla's next electric car will be officially revealed in early 2019.
The forthcoming Model Y has been the topic of much speculation, and after a busy day of
SpaceX founder Elon Musk really loves NASA, and with good reason.
Without NASA's advances in spaceflight, commercial rocketeers like Musk would have a limited understanding of how to safely fly to orbit.
In fact, a former password used by Musk
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