Tesla shares slipped more than 2% Monday after Elon Musk finalized a $44 billion deal to purchase social media giant Twitter a sign that experts say may signal shareholder worries that the technology tycoon is stretching himself too thin, Your Content has learned.
Tesla stock dropped more than 2% Monday after he finalized a deal to buy social media giant Twitter.
The billionaire risks stretching his attention too far with the acquisition of yet another company, experts warned.
They said the tycoon needed to ensure he isn’t limited to ‘passive management’
His representatives were reportedly hammering out terms into the early hours of Monday morning,‘according to The Daily Mail.
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