Tweeter, censé être vendu à Disney, serait toujours sous la juridiction de la SEC
A judge in the US has suspended the trial against Tesla CEO Elon Musk and given both parties one month to reach a settlement. The case revolves around a tweet Musk made in 2018 about taking Tesla private. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) accused Musk of fraud, but he denies any wrongdoing. If no settlement is reached, the trial will resume on April 27th.
Selon un riche investisseur, Elon Musk pourrait vouloir racheter le réseau social
A judge in the US has suspended the trial against Tesla CEO Elon Musk and given the two parties one month to reach a settlement. The trial was brought about by a tweet Musk made in 2018 in which he claimed that Tesla would produce half a million cars by the end of that year. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) accused Musk of fraud, claiming that he had misled investors. However, it now appears that the SEC and Tesla have reached an agreement that would see Musk pay a fine and step down as Tesla’s chairman, although he would remain CEO.
Un nouveau tweet de Musk sur ce sujet est déclaré problématique par certains avocats
The judge in the case between Tesla and the SEC has suspended the trial and given both parties a month to reach a settlement. This is good news for Tesla, as it gives them more time to negotiate a deal that is beneficial for both sides. The SEC has been investigating Tesla for possible securities fraud, and a trial would have been a lengthy and expensive process. It is in Tesla’s best interest to reach a settlement with the SEC so that they can avoid a lengthy and costly trial.
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The judge in the case between Tesla and the SEC has suspended the proceedings and given both parties one month to reach a settlement. This is good news for Tesla, as it gives them more time to work out a deal that is satisfactory for both sides. It is unclear what will happen if they are unable to reach a settlement, but it is likely that the case will go to trial.
La juge qui presse l’affaire entre le PDG de Tesla, Elon Musk, et les procureurs fédéraux a suspendu le procès ce vendredi et donné un mois aux deux parties pour conclure une transaction. Le scandale a éclaté après que Musk a publié un tweet disant qu’il avait l’intention de faire sortir Tesla du marché public. Les procureurs allèguent que ce tweet était faux et qu’il visait à manipuler les cours de l’action.