Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–MA) sent a letter to Tesla’s board That accuses the CEO Elon Musk of “unavoidable conflicts,” Potential and what it could mean “misappropriation of corporate assets” Similar to his Acquisition of $44 Billion of Twitter.

Warren Questions about how Tesla’s board Dealing with Musk Seit dem Erreichen Twitter’s CEO, claiming that his Actions may not always be right “best interests” of Tesla and its shareholders. It’s the board’s “legal responsibility” to The situation must be addressed, she stated. 

“That responsibility includes ensuring that Mr. Musk is an effective CEO and that he fulfills his legal obligation to act in the best interests of Tesla and all of its shareholders, not just himself,” In she wrote a letter to Robyn denholm is the Tesla chair, and she will speak on Sunday. 

The first few weeks of his Twitter takeover, Musk’s leadership prompted concerns over whether he’s “funneling Tesla resources into Twitter,” Warren I wrote, citing reports claim Musk Used Tesla software engineers Twitter. 

This raises the question of whether Mr. Musk Is “appropriating resources from a publicly traded firm, Tesla, to benefit his own private company, Twitter,” Warren wrote. This would be a good idea. “violate” Musk’s legal duty to Tesla, and ask questions about it board’s competence, she said.

Warren Mentioned an anonymous employee who told CNBC said it was almost impossible to turn down Musk Without having to face consequences. That raises a larger question of Whether employees were forced to work to work for Twitter Instead of being invited to do so, Warren said.  

Since Musk’s Twitter Multiple advertisers pulled their ads after acquisition TwitterThe leading to a Revenues drop Warren It was said “Twitter’s desperation for revenue to cover its new debts could also create conflicts.”

Take, for example: Musk Could “shift Twitter algorithms so that praise of Tesla products receive greater attention and criticism of Tesla products will be suppressed.” He might also have Twitter Advertise for free to Tesla. Or it might overcharge Tesla advertising. It could be either way. Warren says it’s a Conflict of interest. 

Musk Tesla and Tesla “inextricably intertwined,” Warren This is the meaning of his Taking actions Twitter’s CEO, and how Twitter Could cause harm if it is used and perceived. Tesla’s brand. 

Tesla shares fell more than 62% this year partly due to the following: of Investors are increasingly concerned about the future. Musk’s purchase of Twitter his Concentrate on this company Tesla’s expense.                                                                                                                               

“Tesla’s losses did not occur in a vacuum: while not all losses can be attributed to Mr. Musk’s decision to take over Twitter, there appears to be a direct link, with one analyst calling the Twitter deal an “albatross” that hangs over Tesla,” Warren wrote. 

Also included was a There are a dozen questions that can be used to help you choose the right answer. board Concerning any informal or formal agreement between Tesla and Twitter. She also asked her about protections. board Currently in effect to avoid conflicts of Involvement in interest MuskIf it is reviewed Musk’s actions related to Both companies. 

“Despite widespread concerns about Mr. Musk’s acquisition of Twitter while serving as CEO of Tesla, it remains unclear whether the Tesla Board—which has key decision making authority within the company—is adequately governing the company or if it has established clear rules and policies to address the risks to Tesla posed by Mr. Musk’s dual roles,” Warren wrote. 

MuskTesla. Twitter Not immediately available to respond to The Sunday Review’s Request for Comment 

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