Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s latest comments on an India venture caught many Tesla watchers by surprise.
In a Twitter interaction with a Tesla fan from India on May 30, Musk indicated it was the company’s Indian-born chief financial officer, Deepak Ahuja, who was really calling the shots on Tesla entering India.
That Ahuja — who grew up in India but moved to the United States to pursue higher education and never returned — is not known to have this particular expertise, left some industry insiders with more questions than answers. Read More
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