caption Elon Musk. source Reuters The New York Times is reporting, as part of a wide-raging interview, that Tesla‘s board is currently searching for a new executive under CEO and chairman Elon Musk. Members of Telsa’s board of directors are reportedly concerned about his use of drugs like the sleep aid Ambien. Musk claimed to have no knowledge of the search when asked by the NYT, but told the paper: “Is there someone who can do the job better? They can have the reins right now.” Telsa is reportedly looking for some help to aid its embattled CEO and chairman. CEO Elon Musk has been the focus of derision and criticism most recently from investors, Wall Street, analysts, and the press for his “funding secured” tweet stating he intended to take Tesla private. And now some members of Tesla’s board of directors are getting worried, according to the New York Times. A search taken up by the board for what the paper is calling a “number 2 executive” started some time ago and “intensified” after Elon’s famous tweet, according to the paper. The role is described as one that might be able to take some of the pressure off Musk…. Read full this story
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