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  • Tesla Motors, Palo Alto, California

    With the early months of Tesla Model 3 sales remaining at numbers lower than those promised by CEO Elon Musk, owners and advocates eagerly consume any news about electric-car maker Tesla to figure out what's happening. Musk reaffirmed that the Model 3 is in the predicted "production hell" these days, but a report on Friday of layoffs at the Silicon Valley company attracted lots of attention. Specifically, a report by the San Jose Mercury News that Tesla had "fired" workers, "hundreds" of them, from executives to factory workers, even as the Model 3 product rampup struggles. DON'T MISS: Tesla...

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