Many small shareholders revel in Mr. Musk’s willingness to stiff-arm regulators. Others are weary of the spectacle. Ross Gerber, chief executive of Gerber Kawasaki Wealth and Investment Management, a Tesla shareholder, said he would like to see the company’s board of directors step in to moderate Mr. Musk’s behavior on Twitter.
“I’m disappointed with the lack of oversight and I’m annoyed that Elon seems to feel that he’s exempt from any criticism for his behavior,” said Mr. Gerber, whose firm has about $1.85 billion in assets under management.
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