Tesla CEO Elon Musk is denying allegations that factory workers are subject to poor working conditions.
In fact, Musk called the allegations "morally outrageous," in a direct message with Gizmodo.
On Thursday, Jose Moran, a factory worker at Tesla's Fremont plant for the last 4 years, publicly outlined why factory...
Elon Musk calls attacks on Tesla's working conditions 'morally outrageous' (TSLA)
Friday, 10 February 2017
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