Listen: Elon Musk, Tesla, Gerald R Ford Presidential Library discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone
"This last CEO Elon Musk in court today for a hearing on whether he should be held in contempt for violating an agreement with the securities and Exchange Commission by tweeting. This is a settlement that happened between the SEC and after a previous tweet that misled investors about taking. The company private in August, what he had to do is you have to pay twenty million dollars in fines tesla to pay twenty million dollars. He also had to step down as chairman for three years of the company, and then the most important, and that's what we're debating here today is that he had to get his communications about tesla pre approved. And so this latest tweet was not approved FOX business network, Christina parts and Evelyn at federal court in Manhattan, Musk's team is arguing in part that this is about freedom of speech. And that the latest tweet is not material to the previous agreement because it was discussed in an earnings report and on a conference call with analysts police are searching for the suspects caught on camera in Michigan defacing gravestones for former president and first lady in Grand Rapids are saying the incident happened last Wednesday was on the property of the Gerald r Ford presidential library and museum the vandals ripped the letter e off the wall at their burial site. It was part of the phrase lives committed to God country in love directly located along with the name. Of the former first couple police say a man and a woman were seen on camera riding on skateboards up to the burial site. It costs four hundred dollars to replace the stolen letter the four presidential library and museum is one of fourteen presidential historical sites around the country.."