Tesla is one part electric car company, one part balloon filled with hot air from founder Elon Musk. In short, there is more than meets the eye with the money-losing electric car company. While many Tesla fanboys obsess over Musk, they are missing a world of investment opportunities in autonomous cars and the chips players that supply those autonomous cars. TheStreet is on the pulse of these happenings.
A judge rules Elon Musk held sway over Tesla's compensation committee in designing a package that could balloon to $70 billion, a report says.
The move came as Tesla just announced higher sticker prices for its cars sold in China due to the impact of tariffs.
The electric vehicle maker still faces question marks about future demand, however, writes Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives.
David Einhorn and Elon Musk have been sniping at each other for more than a year.
A German business magazine reported that Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess is interested in acquiring a stake in the electric car maker, but Volkswagen said the report is inaccurate.
Alliance Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi highlights a worrisome sales trend.
The news comes the same week that Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a solar panel rental program that seemed designed to boost business at the division.
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