Yahoo Finance Live examines Tesla CEO Elon Musk's recent interview with the Financial Times, opening up about his goals for Twitter and social media and commenting on President Biden and his EV adoption plans.
As if Elon Musk’s week couldn’t be more eventful, the Tesla CEO gave the automotive world more news to chew on. In a tweet last night, Musk said Tesla has begun production of its long-awaited electric Tesla Semi truck, and that deliveries to Pepsi beginning on December 1st. In a follow up tweet, Musk said the semi would have 500 miles of range and would be “super fun to drive.”
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk made a big announcement last night, and it wasn't about his bid to buy Twitter. Musk went on Twitter last night to announce Tesla's first Semi truck delivery is expected to go to PepsiCo on Dec. 1. With more jobs being added in September than expected, along with a lower unemployment rate, investors see continued action coming from the Federal Reserve raising interest rates.