Tesla Inc’s shares dropped the most in two years on Friday, rocked by the departure of its accounting chief after just a month and mounting investor concerns about Chief Executive Elon Musk’s behavior after he smoked marijuana on a live webcast. Investors in the electric carmaker are on edge after a tumultuous August, during which Musk proposed and then abruptly pulled the plug on a go-private deal. Tesla said Chief Accounting Officer Dave Morton resigned because of discomfort wit
Secure Chorus hosts its 2nd ‘Thought Leadership Platform’ focused on data security in the financial services sector
14th November 2018: Not-for-profit membership organisation, Secure Chorus yesterday hosted the second in its Thought ...