Tesla’s third-largest shareholder says Elon Musk should step down as CEO

Indonesian billionaire KoGuan Leo, the third largest individual shareholder of electric car maker Tesla, is demanding CEO Elon Musk get down.

Leo accuses the eccentric billionaire of being too fixated on him Twitter, the social networking site It was recently bought by Musk for more than $44 billion.

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“Elon gave up Tesla and Tesla has no CEO,” Liu wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. “Tesla needs and deserves to have a full-time CEO.”

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Liu went on to suggest that Tesla The board of directors was obliged to find a replacement. The billionaire suggested that Musk be given the opportunity to find and name a successor with independent board oversight.

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He added, “Elon was the proud dad, Tesla grew up. An executioner was wanted, like Tim Cook, not Elon.”

Leo owns approximately 22 million shares of Tesla, with a total value of about $3.4 billion.

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A European Commission official reacted early Friday on Twitter recently Some journalists commentseemingly indicating that Musk or the company could face sanctions.

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