Elon Musk offloads $3.6bn of Tesla shares

Sold $23bn shares since Twitter buy

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Elon Musk has sold another load of his shares in Tesla, this time worth $3.6bn.

This brings the total shares he has sold since taking over social media site Twitter to nearly $23bn. It is the third sale since declaring in April there would be "no further Tesla sales" to support his takeover deal, and the second dumping of stocks since the Twitter purchase. He bought the aforementioned company for $44bn in October and has faced widespread criticism of his management of the firm since, ousting executives and blanket firings across the business, alongside changes on the site itself. Musk offloads $3.9bn Tesla shares since Twitter takeover Musk sold the 22 mill...

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