Amid reports that pressure is mounting on the Securities and Exchange Commission to act on Elon Musk's "funding secured" Tweet, there is also another camp making the argument that Musk "might not have to worry" at all about the SEC.
"Theranos and Enron both collapsed within 90 days of the journalists getting up to speed. The reporters now know the right questions to ask and Tesla will be out of cash by the time they are all answered."
"The behavior and the objectives of the regime are not going to change, and therefore the only solution is to change the regime itself... And that's why, before 2019, we here will celebrate in Tehran!"
"The Theranos story is an important lesson for Silicon Valley...Innovators must tell investors the truth about what their technology can do today, not just what they hope it might do someday.” - Jina Choi, SEC
If those words bring to mind Tesla, it may not be an accident.
Wal-Mart stock is sinking fast following reports that, according to a new whistle-blower lawsuit, that in its desperate race to catch Amazon in online retailing, Wal-Mart issued misleading e-commerce results and fired an executive who complained the company was breaking the law.