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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has slept in multiple locations at the company's vehicle assembly plant this year.

It’s starting to look like Tesla has turned a corner on its latest crisis

Tesla has spent its entire 15-year existence lurching from crisis to crisis, always recovering. As the company starts to move clear of the Model 3 crisis, bearish investors are going to have to difficult time supporting their thesis about the company.
Lads… it's coming home.

Against my better judgement, I am now utterly convinced that England will win the World Cup

I've never felt more in love with a football team than I have with Gareth Southgate's England squad. After 2018 FIFA World Cup wins over Tunisia, Panama, Colombia, and Sweden, and with a semifinal against Croatia on the horizon, they've inspired a nation to dream. And I am convinced England will win.
It's the debt, Elon.

Tesla’s mounting problems could have been easily avoided

Tesla and Elon Musk have made several bold decisions over the past few years that have created major, costly problems for the company. It could have all been different, if less exciting.
The NFL concluded Jameis Winston touched an Uber driver 'in an inappropriate and sexual manner without her consent.'

Jameis Winston tried to spin the story behind his suspension, and it completely backfired

There is substantial evidence that Winston's camp attempted to spin the story to make it sound like he was innocent of the allegation and only guilty of not following proper NFL procedures.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Mark Zuckerberg is a single point of failure at a company that is systemically important to the internet

By any measure, Zuckerberg has delivered as CEO. His product is used by 2 billion people. The stock has risen from an IPO price of  $38 in 2012 to $195 today — a staggering return. Yet his own investors think he needs to be reined in.

Theresa May’s government is imploding — here are Cabinet ministers who have been fighting this week

With just weeks to go until a key Cabinet meeting on Brexit, key members of Theresa May's top team have taken their habit of public bickering to a whole new level. This week, Liz Truss, Gavin Williamson, Greg Clark and others have all swiped at Cabinet colleagues. Here is a round up.

Elon Musk promised a Tesla ‘alien dreadnought’ factory — but what we got was a tent

Tesla has been pulling out all the stops to hit a Model 3 production rate of 5,000 Model 3's per week by the end of June — and to post a profit in the second half of 2018, after 15 years of annual losses. Desperation might have set in.

Sony is shutting itself off to Xbox and Nintendo gamers — and it could totally blow PlayStation’s lead in the console wars

The PlayStation 4 may be the market leader in terms of game consoles sold this generation, but Sony's stance on cross-play between the PS4 and rival consoles, like the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, is backward and downright cynical.
President Donald Trump made it clear that his criticism of the NFL is not going away.

The NFL’s worst nightmare for its anthem policy has already come true

Opinion: Trump made it clear that he is not going to stop criticizing the league over protests during the anthem, despite attempts by the league to appease the president. The NFL has taken a touchy subject and made it worse by angering both the left and the right, a nightmare of the worst kind.

Elon Musk got one thing right about selling electric cars — but it’s not enough to save Tesla from his mistakes

Tesla CEO Elon Musk doesn't like to be wrong, so he's stuck to his guns when it comes to pitting Tesla against its competition and double down in various futuristic ambitions.