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  • Tesla tried getting Mario Kart into its cars, but Nintendo refused, Musk says

    Tesla apparently approached Nintendo to license Mario Kart for use in its vehicles, but the answer was no.
  • Tesla says Elon Musk doesn't 'randomly' fire people for no reason, and employees are allowed to disagree with him

    Tesla hit back at a Wired piece which portrayed chief executive Elon Musk acting erratically and going on firing sprees. Tesla called the piece an "overly-dramatic and sensationalized tale." The company disputed stories of Musk going on firing rampages in the Gigafactory which caused employees to avoid going near his desk. But Wired's report dovetails with earlier reporting from Business Insider, with employees likening the firm to a 'cult.' Tesla has fought back against claims made in an...

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  • Elon Musk says Tesla 'might have a prototype' pickup truck next year (TSLA)

    Elon Musk has hinted again at Tesla's forthcoming electric pickup truck. The CEO tweeted Tuesday that a prototype could arrive as soon as next year.  However, Musk addressed his historical trouble with deadlines during a "60 Minutes" interview on Sunday, saying punctuality was not his strong suit.  A Tesla pickup truck could be here as soon as next year, CEO Elon Musk tweeted Tuesday morning. "I'm dying to make a pickup truck so bad

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