Federal prosecutors have sent subpoenas to Tesla seeking information about executive perks, deals with related parties and decisions to hire or fire employees, the electric-vehicle maker disclosed Monday.
Tesla’s quarterly report to investors confirmed the investigation previously reported by The Wall Street Journal. The Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s Office is scrutinizing personal benefits that Tesla may have provided Elon Musk since 2017, including a proposed house for the chief executive, the Journal reported in September.
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