Tesla's stock is up by more than 16 percent in early Monday trading after Elon Musk signed a deal with the Securities and Exchange Commission over the weekend.
Musk's tweets and the idea of taking the company private was clearly aimed at the "short-sellers" who have made Tesla the most targeted stock on the United States market, and created an industry in social media campaigns against the company and Musk himself. The agency backed off from ousting him as chief executive officer.
As part of the settlement, Tesla will appoint an independent chairman, two independent directors, and a board committee to set controls over Mr Musk's communications under the proposed agreement.
So they sued him, dropping the company's stock by 14% (that's more than $7B in shareholder value) - Musk himself reportedly lost $1.6B in a single day. Andrew Doane, who has a Model S sedan, Model X crossover and Model 3 auto and is president of the Tesla Owners Club of the Mid-Atlantic region, mustered club members to pull shifts at delivery hubs in Virginia and Maryland, and worked one himself.
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Still, Tesla shares could stabilize on Monday on investor relief that the penalties were not higher and that the public face of Tesla will remain in the CEO role under added oversight, analysts said.
"We are very close to achieving profitability and proving the naysayers wrong, but, to be certain, we must execute really well tomorrow (Sunday)", Musk wrote in a mail to employees on Saturday.
Musk posted a series of tweets in August that detailed his now-defunct plans to take the electric carmaker private.