Tesla And Saudi Arabia: Are They Really Such Strange Bedfellows?

  1. Tesla And Saudi Arabia: Are They Really Such Strange Bedfellows?  Forbes
  2. “A huge outlier”: Musk’s Tesla buyout tweet could get him in legal trouble  Ars Technica
  3. Tesla is no longer rated by Goldman Sachs as bank takes on advisory role  MarketWatch
  4. Tesla and Elon Musk under fire as SEC issues subpoenas  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Tesla shareholders face possible tax bill if automaker goes private  CNBC
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Larger Tesla Stake by Giant Saudi Fund Faces Hurdles

  1. Larger Tesla Stake by Giant Saudi Fund Faces Hurdles  Wall Street Journal
  2. My 5-Step Plan For Tesla, Public Or Private, To Fulfill Its Promise  Forbes
  3. Elon Musk Says Goldman Sachs Is Working on His Bid to Take Tesla Private  Fortune
  4. Elon Musk’s latest salvo raises more questions than it answers  Financial Times
  5. Elon Musk says he’s working with Goldman Sachs and Silver Lake on taking Tesla private  CNBC
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Musk Says 'Funding Secured' Claim Sparked by Saudi Meeting

  1. Musk Says ‘Funding Secured’ Claim Sparked by Saudi Meeting  Bloomberg
  2. Elon Musk Says Meetings With Saudis Preceded Tweet on Taking Tesla Private  New York Times
  3. Elon Musk’s ambitions are being road-tested by reality  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Musk says Saudi fund wants to take Tesla private, justifying his ‘funding secure’ tweet; stock slips 1%  CNBC
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Exclusive: Saudi Arabia's PIF has shown no interest in bankrolling Tesla buyout – sources

Exclusive: Saudi Arabia's PIF has shown no interest in bankrolling Tesla buyout - sourcesDUBAI/RIYADH/LONDON (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) has shown no interest so far in financing Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk’s proposed $72 billion deal to take the U.S. electric car maker private, despite acquiring a minority stake in the company this year, two sources familiar with the matter said. The 47-year-old investor and engineer stunned financial markets on Tuesday when he said on Twitter that he was considering a take-private deal for Tesla, an auto manufacturing pioneer that developed the world’s first luxury all-electric sedan car. Beyond amassing a stake of just below 5 percent in Tesla, the sovereign wealth fund has poured tens of billions of dollars into technology investments, including $45 billion in SoftBank Group Corp’s Vision Fund over five years.


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