Incurring non-substantial loss in every vehicle sale, Tesla is making money by selling regulatory credits and crypto investments.
Both Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are fantastic pay masters. They run the best companies, hire the most talented employees and offer the handsomest salary packages.
The Cryptocurrencies are for the 2020s what the Internet was for the 2000s. With Bitcoin reaching an all-time high and companies finally accepting Bitcoins and Altcoins as payments, people are rushing in to invest in the earlier dreaded crypto assets.
If Bitcoin is here to stay, then sadly, our combined global efforts to tackle climate change might well be going down the drain. But not all cryptocurrencies are as menacing on the planet. Certainly not Ethereum.
Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Zuckerberg, Page and Brin might have made billions in the tech revolution – but they all have a modest and frugal choice when it comes to cars.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk faces a tough challenge in the China market which threatens to derail the remarkable progress that the American EV maker has made in the Asian market so far.
Bitcoin was the high-roller for the year 2020 as the Cryptocurrency saw an all-time high surge with more than 300%, but will the surge sustain? JP Morgan thinks otherwise.