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The truth about what it's like to work for Tesla's Elon Musk

Like most movers and shakers in history, Tesla's CEO Elon Musk is a complicated figure. There has been no shortage of articles on "What is it like to work with Elon?". Many of them have a predetermined premise: fans think he is a wise and inspirational leader, an out-of-the-box thinker; the anti-EV crowd is keen to paint a picture of …

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& # 39; Murder Kroger & # 39; has lived in Atlanta for a long time. A big rehab can finally put the painful nickname to rest

Parker, his cousin Stephanie Buffington and their friend Cynthia Prioleau were almost inside the Atlanta supermarket when a gunman in a car approached and began shooting in broad daylight. Prioleau, 25, was the only person to meet. She died that day. Her killer has not been found. Since then, at least two more independent murders and a series of abuses …

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Unlikely alliance conflict in Texas Hill Country

FREDERICKSBURG, Texas (AP) – One of the longest proposed new natural gas pipelines in the United States is set to move through Heath Frantzen's Texas Hill Country property, where more than 600 white star and trophy axes graze on a Janttranch owned by his family for three generations. In fear of economic ruins and conservation risks, Frantzen and dozens of …

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Tesla has always struggled to build cars. Now that critical fundamental is really hurting its business

Tesla has always struggled to meet auto-industry standards for its manufacturing processes; CEO Elon Musk has called this "production hell." Because the company spends so much time on something the rest of the auto industry has nearly perfected, it has less time to deal with the more complicated aspects of its business. [19659002] As Tesla has grown, this failure has …

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Fallout from the UAW GM strike continues with the Blazer construction stopped

UAW Local 589 members try to warm up while standing in the rain outside Flint Assembly during strike against General Motors on Wednesday, October 2, 2019. (Photo: Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press) UAW's strike against General Motors continues to affect the car manufacturer's global production even though the two sides have reached a tentative contract agreement. GM has temporarily halted …

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