Elon Musk Smoking Weed with Joe Rogan

Elon Musk Smoking Weed with Joe Rogan

Elon Musk Smoking Weed with Joe Rogan

Morton indicated in a recent 8K filing that he left because of "the level of public attention placed on the company".

Elon Musk sparked concern with shareholders after smoking marijuana live web show with USA comedian Joe Rogan late Thursday night while discussing a plethora of random subjects, including artificial, flame throwers and social media.

The plunge in Tesla's stock comes just a day after Elon Musk expressed his support for a report estimating the U.S. sales figures for electric cars now available in the United States.

Denning took aim at Musk's Thursday appearance on the Joe Rogan podcast, which included a segment in which Musk sounded more like a high college student than the CEO of a massive tech conglomerate.

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk at a news conference on February 6.

The other big exit is Tesla's head of human resources, Gabrielle Toledano, who according to Bloomberg, has been on a leave of absence and will not be returning to the company.

Morton - who did not respond to a request for comment - joined Tesla last month from Seagate Technology where he served as a VP for two decades and CFO for nearly three years.

If such a system is connected to your auto, it could calculate when you'll be home and start the air conditioning at the optimal time to save energy, Musk said.

Taking a puff from a joint - which Rogan said was a blend of tobacco and marijuana and legal in California - Musk said he "almost never" smoked.

In August, Musk told The New York Times he was exhausted from too much work and difficulty sleeping in an interview that sharpened questions about his mental stability. Last month, Tesla's founder tweeted about plans to take the company private.

"I've thought about this quite a lot", Musk said of his electric aircraft idea. Later Musk says he doesn't notice any effect from the joint, which he claims he rarely smokes. "I want to be clear that I believe strongly in Tesla, its mission, and its future prospects, and I have no disagreements with Tesla's leadership or its financial reporting".

Musk has admitted that running an electric vehicle and energy company like Tesla is exhausting, and in an interview with the New York Times last month, Musk stated that anyone who could do a better job can take over for him anytime.

"We think this is further evidence that the time is now for management and the board to address these issues". The report, which was published by electric car-themed news site InsideEVs, estimated that the Tesla Model 3, Model S, and Model X, were the Top 3 electric cars in the United States in August.

Today it was revealed that two top executives have left Tesla, and its plummeting stock fell even lower. Curiously, all this comes at a time when the company is oh-so-close to churning out profitable quarters.

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