The richest man in the world and co-founder of Tesla and Space X, Elon Musk, is quite an active person on his account. TwitterEven a few weeks ago, he asked his followers on this platform whether or not he should sell part of his shares in the electric car company.
Recently, the businessman, whose fortune is more than 300 billion dollars, revealed on this social network the worst person he has worked with throughout his career. The billionaire cited Martin Eberhard, co-founder of Tesla, as the winner of that title.
Musk responded to a trail in which a copy of the founding of Tesla was mentioned. “The story of Tesla’s founding, as portrayed by Eberhard, is clearly false. I wish I had never met him before,” the South African wrote.
He added, “Eberhard is by far the worst person I have ever worked with in my entire career. Considering the number of people I have worked with over the years, that says something….”
The founding story of # Tesla It is actually very beautiful. About 6 months in Tweet embed He gave hope to Helm, investing 86.5% ($6.5 million) of the capital and becoming Chairman of the Board of Directors. Vision: Build “a car manufacturer that is also a technology company” and the rest is history. Inspirational
– Sam (@SamTwits) November 13, 2021
When asked on Twitter about this fact, Musk asserted that Eberhard almost led the company to failure.
Musk noted, “He came very close to killing Tesla through a combination of poor management decisions, firing talent, bad engineering, major supply chain errors, and a sophisticated hoax about the true cost and schedule of the Tesla Roadster.” .
He came so close to killing Tesla through a combination of poor management decisions, talent firings, bad engineering, critical supply chain errors and subtle deception about the true cost and schedule of the Tesla Roadster.
– Elon Musk November 13, 2021
The entrepreneur has indicated that he is considering making a podcast telling everything that happened during the creation of Tesla, which was co-founded by Elon Musk, Martin Eberhard, JB Straubel, Marc Tarpenning and Ian Wright in 2003.
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