Elon Musk is taking on a Wall Street giant

Elon Musk is not afraid of his competitors or regulators.

The CEO of Tesla (TSLA) has not hesitated to attack the powerful US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with which he has had a stormy relationship since his now famous tweet on August 7, 2018 in which he announced that he was going to take over the electric vehicle maker.

That message had prompted an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which subsequently resulted in a settlement. Musk was fined $20 million, resigned as chairman of the board, and the team had to review all of his tweets that could affect Tesla’s stock price. The vehicle manufacturer was also fined $20 million.

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