Good move! Time's up for Facebook. And it can only be good for Tesla, which needs it with a little help from its friends, us the investors.
Thx Roger for sharing some of the most important moments of our times, no doubt about it.
Everything feels like . . . a chain reaction, a precipice circus ride.
...A banned roller coaster ride.
Here's a short video just for fun that best describes how some people like living on the edge:
I don't know if some of you have heard about the latest recall, 123,000 model S,
the latest investigation on the latest crash, the model X, the latest developments on the model 3, all that Tesla jazz, and I don't know how many of you care or don't care, but anyway this thread is about all of that and more, free to read for people with any interest in Tesla and the main man behind SpaceX.
"User trust has fallen off a cliff. And though Facebook is attempting to slap a Band-Aid on the situation through actions like shutting down its Partner Categories tool, which let marketers target advertisers using third-party data generated by back-end business-to-business companies, its efforts will only be hampered by sentiments like those contained in the “Ugly” memo—sentiments many believe hew closer to the truth than Facebook would like to admit."
Steve, it's all good, I'm good with Tesla. I started the thread on a business aspect, Tesla shares, and everything related to Elon Musk entrepreneurial leadership; investments, developments, finances and all, including expenditures, manufacturing, deliveries, quality control, ecologic impact, shareholders, all that jazz.
The Tesla shares have certainly lost some of its value, and Elon is few billions less richer. But I agree with you; there's nothing serious to sweat about, all small peanuts really on a company ahead of everyone else. It's only a small dent making the news, nothing else. It sounds impressive with the numbers; 123,000 and $ $$$$$$$$$$ lost in value, and it kind of is, viewed from above.
Facebook came into play when Elon deleted, and for good reason, his two Facebook accounts.
Facebook lost several billions in market shares...all business related...Cambridge Analytica, The British. ...The Russians, the Canadians, the Americans, ...
Twitter I know nothing I see nothing I hear nothing...it's invisible on my radar.
Should I join and check if I can find audiophiles with good investments?
Easier said than done?
Will it fly (under water), is it too late, sounds like a good idea ...
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