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Bob Lutz says Tesla should remove Elon Musk as CEO

Sven Gustafson
Bob Lutz says Tesla should remove Elon Musk as CEO

The business, investment and automotive worlds are abuzz about Elon Musk in the wake of last week's emotional interview with The New York Times in which the Tesla founder confessed he's overwhelmed with work-related stress, works up to 120 hours a week and said the worst of the "personal pain" he's experiencing was yet to come. Now Bob Lutz, a frequent Tesla critic and former GM executive, said in an appearance on CNBC that the time has come for Musk to step aside as CEO. "I think Elon is tired, he's worn out, he's obviously got some emotional problems.