Very good question.
Very questionable deals that appear to
be getting more questionable with time.
Musk is a danger.
... and they will jump out if they thinks TSLA is headed in the wrong direction, so they dont have to explain large losses
Which institutional holders require a shareholders meeting to sell?
None that I know of.
I'm sure many are already uneasy about the direction Musk is steering.
Even if they dont approve the deal, there is damage done.
People now know there's a reason he is called "loon"
I heard there weren't any roads. They had to hire a helicopter
To pull it out.
Tesla says there is no safety issue, but did NHTSA ask for information?
“Technical-service bulletins have been recall-avoidance devices — there’s no question about that.”
We won’t know whether this is in fact the case until NHTSA makes a statement about the situation, but another troubling detail indicates that Tesla may have consciously evaded a recall during and after the GM ignition scandal. A tweet by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk on January 14, 2014 states
“The word ‘recall’ needs to be recalled.”
Musk’s tweet was subsequently deleted, but reference to it lives on at this Bloomberg story by Musk’s authorized biographer Ashlee Vance.
Only game in town? I think Nissan, Renault, Ford, BMW, Audi, VW, GM, Hyundai, Kia, Toyota, Honda, Porsche BYD, Mercedes, Apple, Google, Smart, Kandi, Mini, and Volvo might disagree.