The morale at Twitter is likely very low as Elon Musk plays games with the company.
Jefferies Equity Research Analyst Brent Thill joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the expectations for Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover amid accusations that the social media platform has made against him.
It's Monday, and with the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all down fractions of a percent, it seems stock markets are going into the red again today -- and so is Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA). As of 11:10 a.m. ET, Tesla shares have fallen 4.2% on reports that COVID-19-related lockdowns in China have dented the company's (still impressive) market share in electric vehicles (EVs) -- and that the situation won't be immediately fixed. Tesla remains "dominant" in EVs, reports TheFly.com today, retaining a 20% market share, but competition is heating up and the company lost market share to new rivals in 2021.