Elon Musk stated he wanted to cut 10 percent of Tesla's workforce because he had a "super bad feeling" about the economy.
SpaceX wants to test launch the world's largest spacecraft, the Starship, near Boca Chica Beach in Texas, but that could have multiple environmental impacts.
"I welcome support from African Americans. What can I say?" Florida Governor Ron DeSantis told the press on Wednesday.
The world's richest man said tweeted that he's leaning toward supporting DeSantis if Florida's Republican governor makes a White House run.
Musk's latest comments come just days after he tweeted in support of electing "centrist candidates."
A two-worded response from Elon Musk instantly shot down a claim that the billionaire would purchase the far-right news network.
Musk, who is in the process of reaching an agreement to buy Twitter for $44 billion, criticized YouTube for seeming to have "nonstop scam ads."
Ken Paxton announced he would launch an investigation into whether or not Twitter has been falsely reporting the number of bots.
The lot would feature a two-story restaurant and bar with "carhops" to bring orders out to those waiting on food in their cars.
"If Twitter is misrepresenting how many accounts are fake to drive up their revenue, I have a duty to protect Texans," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said.
Nivea Rose Parker demanded to speak to billionaire Elon Musk and was arrested at the tycoon's SpaceX building in Texas, police say.
The tech billionaire walked back claims that 10 percent of Tesla staff would be laid off, and threats to cut his merger with Twitter.
The billionaire, who became a Democrat this year, is behind Representative Karen Bass but up 14 points in the latest poll on the primary race.
The two multi-billionaires have thrown shade at one another—gently and not so gently—over the years.
Rumors that the Tesla CEO was dating the Australian actress began circulating in February after she was seen exiting his private plane.
Making EVs generally involves more air emissions than making conventional vehicles, primarily because producing large battery packs is energy intensive.
"Los Angeles is fortunate to have someone like Rick Caruso running for mayor. He's awesome," Musk tweeted Friday.
Biden spent the week pushing an optimistic message on the U.S. economy, but his detractors are warning Americans: "You better brace yourself."
Elon Musk made news earlier this week when an email leak showed that he wants all of his employees in the office full time.
Productivity remaining high has remained a contentious issue as managers across industries deal with post-pandemic demands for flexible working.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO was bombarded with insults after getting into a back-and-forth with Hard Drive maagzine.
A photo shows Kevin Spacey, who faces new sex assault charges, and convicted sex-trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell sat in Buckingham Palace's Throne Room.
American nameplates aren't as desired as those from foreign-owned automakers.
Newsweek offers a deep dive into why Musk is being sued by Twitter shareholders, including if he violated his contract with Twitter and why he paused the deal.
The poll is yet more fuel for Musk's anti-politics and pro-billionaire discourse, which he has fostered in recent tweets.
The Tesla CEO suggested on Twitter that an upcoming recession could last between a year and 18 months.
A Chinese research paper has reportedly outlined concerns about potential military uses of SpaceX's vast Starlink network.
Musk has expressed concerns about declining birth rates, but what are the pros and cons of a shrinking society?
Vernon Jones, who famously announced that he was joining the Republican Party on January 6, 2021, is headed to the runoff election against Mike Collins.