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Less than two months after killing the first version over its high costs, Tesla has announced a new, albeit scaled-back customer referral program. This time, Tesla is dangling the opportunity to win performance versions of its forthcoming Model Y and Roadster along with more limited free supercharging. According to the company, each time you refer a friend for a purchase of a new Model S, X or 3, you'll both get 1,000 miles of free supercharging, down from six months of free supercharging under the old plan.
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Tesla has filed a pair of lawsuits against a handful of former employees whowent to work at self-driving vehicle startup Zoox and Chinese EV automakerXiaopeng
Tesla filed a lawsuit this week against four former employees for allegedlystealing trade secrets and providing them to a rival company
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Tesla is revising its referral program, which had been popular with customers. Referrers and new customers referred will be eligible for 1,000 miles of free use of Tesla's Supercharger network. Referrers will be entered into drawings for special editions of the Model Y crossover and second-generation Tesla Roadster.
State government and third-party data suggest demand in the first quarter will be weaker than Cowen’s prior expectations, even with what Osborne calls the “typical end of quarter frantic push.” He cut delivery estimates for the Model 3 to 47,500 from 55,000 and for the Model S/X to 18,000 from 21,500. “We have also updated our model to reflect the company’s price changes throughout the lineup and the likely negative impact to margins,” Osborne said in a note to clients Friday. Tesla typically reports quarterly delivery and production data within a few days of the end of the period.
To boost morale, Tesla opened a pop-up shop at the Gigafactory where employees could procure company swag on the cheap. CNBC visited the sprawling battery plant during "Merch Madness" and observed lines to rival the opening day of a new "Star Wars" sequel.
Instead, Chinese billionaire He Xiaopeng is the target of Musk’s ire, and his company, Xpeng Motors, is at the center of separate trade-secrets lawsuits filed by Tesla and Apple Inc. Tesla accused one of its ex-engineers of stealing confidential autopilot information before bolting to a job at XPeng, where He is chairman.
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As business leaders ponder the key to success, they should focus on what is most important — their employees, according to health and wellness guru Deepak Chopra.
Whether you agree with him or not, his ideas are being taken seriously in the halls of Congress, and have helped spark a debate that could have enormous consequences. Joe Nocera: I wanted to do this interview because you’ve been very vocal about ideas for preventing the big technology companies — Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google — from abusing their immense power.
More than one third of roughly 6,000 tech workers agree that Facebook, Amazon.com, and Alphabet’s Google should be broken up.
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Elon Musk says delivering new cars to customers should be every Tesla worker’s “primary priority” through the end of March, according to a new report.