Update: A detailed complaint was raised at the SEC's press conference,
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently announced the acquisition of an electric car company to Elan Musk and Tesla at a general shareholders meeting of 420 dollars, and last month the CEO (CEO)
New York South District Depot has identified tweets as "misleading and incorrect".
Musk 's statement via Twitter was virtually convinced that if he was his choice, Tesla could be taken at purchase price reflecting the substantial premium against Tesla' s current price. The $ 1 billion transaction was completed, but the only result was a shareholder vote. In fact, in fact, even if there is a potential possibility of financing, we did not discuss important selling conditions including price.
In addition to the "Collateral Fund" statement on August 7, this document identifies three additional tweets,
- Even though we are private, * all * current investors wish to stay in Tesla. Let's make a special fund for anyone to stay in Tesla.
- Shareholders, [sic] Sell to 420 or go private for stocks. "
- Investor support will be confirmed. The only reason it is not certain is that it relies on shareholder voting.
We are waiting for a response from Tesla. The company's stock price was just a big drop in the news.
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