Elon Musk calls attacks on Tesla's working conditions 'morally outrageous' (TSLA)

Friday, 10 February 2017
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...

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