Tesla eliminates two color options for its cars

Ruben Fields
September 11, 2018

"We occasionally adjust pricing and available options to best reflect the value of our products and to streamline our manufacturing operations", a Tesla spokesperson told Reuters. "As a result, this caused me to reconsider my future", Morton said in the filing.

A Reuters report said Tesla now offered seven shades.

Buy this article for $49, or subscribe to Compliance Week for a month at $149 and get unlimited article access for 30 days. It later said chief people officer Gaby Toledano would not return from a leave of absence, just over a year after joining.

Tesla has been under fire for the pressure it places on workers to achieve the high targets with Musk and the company being accused of rubbing out union activity and firing workers who complain of poor conditions. It is said that these promotions were decided prior to the resignations of two top management employees and even before the negative market reaction to his marijuana-sampling podcast with Joe Rogan, American stand-up comedian and Podcast host.

"I'm not a regular smoker of weed", Musk said.

Musk started his career as the CEO of PayPal in the late 90's and is now currently the founder, CEO, and CTO of SpaceX, as well as CEO of Tesla, Inc.

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"Tesla is in a cash pinch", Cowen & Co. analyst Jeffrey Osborne said in an interview. In the past year and a half, "retreats in the stock below $300 per share have usually presented attractive near-term entry points, and we suspect the same may be the case following last week's turmoil".

Per usual, analysts have plenty to say about the stock.

But it's more likely those deliveries will begin in 2019 as Tesla focuses on generating higher profits with more expensive models, according to Jeremy Acevedo, a manager of industry analysis for Edmunds.

Viecha also restated Tesla's forecast that it will build 50 000 to 55 000 of its Model 3 sedans in the current quarter, and indicated the company's working capital will improve as production increases, Spak wrote.

The only forecast Tesla had given previously for the third quarter was that it would produce 50,000 to 55,000 Model 3s. The Tesla stock price has been all over the map these past few months, mimicking investors' opinions on Musk and the direction he's taking the company.

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