Elon Musk Tells Court He Doesn’t Want To Be CEO Of Any Company Despite Being CEO Of Three

During the trial, Musk claimed that though he’s legally the CEO, the standard picture of the job didn’t match the function he performed at his corporations. Musk defined: “At SpaceX it’s really that I’m responsible for the engineering of the rockets and Tesla for the technology in the car that makes it successful,” Musk mentioned. “So, CEO is often viewed as somewhat of a business-focused role but in reality, my role is much more that of an engineer developing technology and making sure that we develop breakthrough technologies and that we have a team of incredible engineers who can achieve those goals.” 

CNBC has reported that Musk says he “does not want to be the CEO of Tesla,” and “never wanted to be the CEO of any company.” The billionaire additionally claimed he would not intend to stay round as the top of his newest acquisition, Twitter, and can “reduce [his] time at Twitter and find somebody else to run Twitter over time.” Musk has actually made Tesla one in all his fundamental focuses since buying the company in late October. The eccentric billionaire is allegedly sleeping at Twitter’s Silicon Valley headquarters as he leads efforts to repair the company (through Business Insider). 

The hands-on government additionally appears to count on an identical degree of dedication from his new workers. Since his takeover, rumors persevered of workers being pressured to hit tight deadlines or face dismissal, and settle for taking up round the clock shifts. Earlier right this moment, that degree of dedication was made official as Musk despatched an early morning e-mail out to Twitter’s remaining employees. The employees members, who all survived the intensive layoffs the company made earlier this month, have been instructed to just accept a “hardcore” new schedule or depart the company.

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