SEC says Elon Musk should be held in contempt
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday asked a judge to hold Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk in contempt, saying he violated an agreement with the agency by posting an “inaccurate” tweet earlier this month.
The SEC said the tweet Musk published earlier this month about the number of cars Tesla planned to produce in 2019 violated a settlement he reached last year with the agency, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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