The rallying cry has become a familiar theme in recent quarters at
Tesla, with Musk calling on employees to quickly build and deliver
vehicles at the end of the quarter to achieve specific targets.
Tesla shares rose 5.2% to close at $1,009.35 on the Nasdaq on
Monday. Tesla in April surprised investors when it said production
and delivery of its new sport utility vehicle, Model Y, was
significantly ahead of schedule despite the virus outbreak.
Tesla’s Musk calls on workers in to help company break even in
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Tesla's Musk calls on workers in to help company break even
in second quarter