Discussion in 'Stocks' started by Kastro_316, Oct 13, 2018.
solar city bailout 2.0
TSLA is a publicly traded company.
They can’t merge with another company in secret.
Who writes such drivel?
Certainly not with one as big as space-X. They could buy a small machine shop for a million dollars and not disclose it.
Right a minuscule add-on but not a merger of two multi billion dollar companies.
Yes. We are saying the same thing.
California officially becomes first state to require solar panels on new homes
California became the first state in the nation to require homes built in 2020 and later be solar-powered, following a vote by the Building Standards Commission. The unanimous action Wednesday finalized a previous vote by the Energy Commission and brings the state closer to fulfilling a decade-old goal to be reliant on cleaner energy.
(Los Angeles Times)
You can't merge a public company without disclosing it first or approved it by the board and stock holders.
Elon Musk's SpaceX is raising another $500 million in funding, four months after raking in a similar amount. The new cash could help SpaceX speed up development of its Starlink satellite Internet business, which is supposed to support the company's bottom line in the future, but questions are being asked internally about how viable the Starlink constellation would actually be. Wall Street Journal
One thing's for sure, as Musk gets increasingly backed into a corner, the very last thing he'll do is "surrender" and admit that TSLA needs to go through a bankruptcy or restructuring.
Wouldn't surprise me at all if he somehow lashed SpaceX to the TSLA ship and ended up bringing both of them down.
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