But Tesla ownerneither slow nor lazy, Reply on Twitter basic “Thank you, Chief!” And an accompanying note: Official announcement that your company, SpaceX, will be an essential part of NASA’s Artemis missionthe same thing that will lead to The first woman and first person of color on the moon. Project Artemis was created during the Trump era and is one of the few projects that has survived passage to Biden administration, the same administration that chose SpaceX in 2021 to develop the vehicle that will carry astronauts. NASA paid Musk $2.9 billion for this work Which hopes to get the first landing on the moon in 2025.
Biden had just given a speech highlighting higher-than-expected US job growth in MayHe rejected his administration’s criticism of inflation. however, Warn that job growth may slow in the coming months As the Federal Reserve raises interest rates to Cool swell. Biden said the employment slowdown represented a transition to stable growth rather than a harbinger of a recession. “We are not likely to see this type of job report as successful on a monthly basis as it has been over the past year.”he said, “But that’s a good thing. It’s a sign of a healthy economy,” Lugio concluded.
Elon Musk wants to fire 10,000 Tesla employees for ‘feeling so bad’
CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk has a ‘very bad feeling’ about the economy and needs to cut about 10% of the electric car maker’s jobsHe said in an email to executives, seen by Reuters. The letter, sent on Thursday with the title “Suspend all recruitment operations worldwide”and it is known two days after the billionaire asked employees to return to the workplace or leave, and adds to a A chorus of warnings from business leaders about the risks of a recession.
Nearly 100,000 people were employed in Tesla and its subsidiaries at the end of 2021, according to its annual filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). After learning of the email, the company was not immediately available for comment.. Tesla shares lost nearly 3% in trading before US markets opened. Frankfurt-listed newspapers fell 3.6% after the Reuters news. Nasdaq futures reversed the trend and fell more than 1%.