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Tesla is too big to fail —but not for the reason you might think (TSLA)

Business Insider Saturday, 13 October 2018
Tesla is too big to fail —but not for the reason you might think (TSLA)· *Tesla has been blistered by criticism for months, but the company and CEO Elon Musk are still standing.*
· *Tesla survived the summer and Musk settled with the SEC just in time to witness the UN issue its most dire warnings about global warming to date.*
· *If we have only until 2040 to drastically reduce the warming...
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