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Read Elon Musk's Responses to Say Users' Questions from Tesla's 2019 Shareholder Meeting

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Tesla opened the Q&A; session of its 2019 shareholder meeting yesterday with questions from retail shareholders submitted via Say. Answering nine questions from Say users, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, CTO JB Straubel and Vice President of Technology, Drew Baglino, addressed topics that have been on the minds of investors, analysts and the media. Namely: After significant losses in Q1, how is Tesla handling issues surrounding production logistics, shifting timelines, and demand. The gist of most of Musk's answers: Demand is there; be patient; we're working on this. Investors are seemingly committed -- they voted against Tesla's own proposals to limit board terms and increase shareholders' voting power -- and the market appeared to be mollified, with shares of the company ticking slightly upward. Below, read all of Musk's responses to questions that made headlines today, get an update on the company's "Cyberpunk" pickup truck (for all the goths with yee-haw style), and find out why you can't put Starlink antennas on cars. Watch the whole meeting below and see all of the questions submitted here:
Tesla opened the Q&A; session of its 2019 shareholder meeting yesterday with questions from retail shareholders submitted via Say. Answering nine questions from Say users, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, CTO JB Straubel and Vice President of Technology, Drew Baglino, addressed topics that have been on the minds of investors, analysts and the media. Namely: After significant losses in Q1, how is Tesla handling issues surrounding production logistics, shifting timelines, and demand. The gist of most of Musk's answers: Demand is there; be patient; we're working on this. Investors are seemingly committed -- they voted against Tesla's own proposals to limit board terms and increase shareholders' voting power -- and the market appeared to be mollified, with shares of the company ticking slightly upward. Below, read all of Musk's responses to questions that made headlines today, get an update on the company's "Cyberpunk" pickup truck (for all the goths with yee-haw style), and find out why you can't put Starlink antennas on cars. Watch the whole meeting below and see all of the questions submitted here:

Tesla opened the Q&A session of its 2019 shareholder meeting yesterday with questions from retail shareholders submitted via Say. Answering nine questions from Say users, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, CTO JB Straubel and Vice President of Technology, Drew Baglino, addressed topics that have been on the minds of investors, analysts and the media. Namely: After significant losses in Q1, how is Tesla handling issues surrounding production logistics, shifting timelines, and demand. The gist of most of Musk's answers: Demand is there; be patient; we're working on this. Investors are seemingly committed -- they voted against Tesla's own proposals to limit board terms and increase shareholders' voting power -- and the market appeared to be mollified, with shares of the company ticking slightly upward. Below, read all of Musk's responses to questions that made headlines today, get an update on the company's "Cyberpunk" pickup truck (for all the goths with yee-haw style), and find out why you can't put Starlink antennas on cars. Watch the whole meeting below and see all of the questions submitted here: