Aarian Marshall

Transportation Reporter for Wired

Transportation Reporter for Wired

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On Wednesday   night, Tesla received subpoenas from the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC is interested in Musk’s tweet from last week about taking Tesla private.

Why the SEC is interested in Elon Musk’s Twitter habit

On Wednesday night, Tesla received subpoenas from the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC is interested in Musk’s tweet from last week about taking Tesla private.

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