Tesla chief executive Elon Musk and the board of the electric car company have been sued by a shareholder who accused Musk of violating his 2018 settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission over his Twitter use.
According to a complaint unsealed late Thursday in Delaware Chancery Court, Musk’s “erratic” tweets, including a post last May 1 that Tesla’s stock price was “too high,” and the failure of Tesla’s board to monitor his compliance with the SEC settlement have exposed shareholders to billions of dollars of losses.
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