[Update: November 8, 2018]
Elon Musk Replaced as Chairman of Tesla
Tesla has announced the appointment of Robyn Denholm to become the Chair of the Tesla Board, taking over the role from founder Elon Musk. Musk will remain Tesla’s CEO, even as he steps away as Chairman for three years.
“Robyn will be leaving her role as CFO and Head of Strategy at Telstra, Australia’s largest telecommunications company, once her six-month notice period with Telstra is complete. Robyn will be serving as Tesla Chair on a full-time basis,” Tesla said in a statement.
[Update: November 3, 2018]
Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Have Partial Presence In India Next Year
Recently asked service team to expand locations to all population regions (not just major metros) in North America, Eastern Europe, China & Japan by end of next year. We are completely missing vast geographic regions in some cases.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 2 November 2018
In a new tweet, entrepreneur, and CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk revealed the company’s plans to expand outside of major metro cities in the countries being serviced by the electric car manufacturer. Along with that, Musk added, in a follow-up tweet, that he hopes for the company to have a partial presence in India (among other countries) by the end of next year.
Musk’s tweet read, “Hopefully, partial presence in India, Africa & South America end of next year, with broader expansion in 2020.”