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Tesla’s ‘roller-coaster’ year has shown why it needs to be more like a traditional car company in order to have long-term success (TSLA)

Elon Musk

  • The first six months of 2019 demonstrated the limits of Tesla‘s ability to create optimism through big promises and unconventional decisions.
  • Big announcements about retail strategy and autonomous-driving technology appeared to fall flat with investors.
  • But Tesla scored a major victory with strong second-quarter sales numbers.
  • And the electric-car maker has taken steps to improve weaknesses that are essential parts of the car business, like delivery logistics, vehicle service, and cost discipline.
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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com