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...

Related Videos


Wochit Business -   ▶  00:51

Advertisement

CBS 5 SF KPIX -   ▶  02:30


Wochit Tech -   ▶  00:43

Recent related news

Advertisement
Tesla teased images of a semi-truck at its annual shareholder meeting in early June, and CEO Elon Musk has said that the cover will pulled off the as-yet-unnamed...
6 days ago • Business Insider
Tesla is flirting with the idea of entering the Indian market. CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter last Thursday that he was in talks with India's government to...
3 days ago • Business Insider
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he's in talks with India's government to sell electric cars in the country, which is currently the fourth-largest auto market in the...
1 week ago • Business Insider
Elon Musk said he is making progress on his ambitious tunneling plans for Los Angeles. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO said on Twitter Sunday that he has had...
4 days ago • Business Insider
Following a bad divorce from Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp, Amber Heard now dates Tesla owner Elon Musk. ...read more
1 week ago • Filmy Friday
The Tesla Model 3 hasn't entered production yet, but Elon Musk never rests. The Tesla CEO claims to have had good conversations with the city of Los Angeles over...
3 days ago • MotorAuthority

You might like