Narrative A, as provided by New York Times. Tesla shareholders are worried, and Musk is giving them every reason to panic. He’s using Tesla as his personal ATM to fund his new toy, Twitter, while being distracted by the social media platform at a time when the electric vehicle market is getting more competitive. Tesla deserves a full-time CEO, and it might be time for the company’s board to intervene to save the carmaker.
Narrative B, as provided by FOX News. Tesla shareholders need to be patient. When Musk is done fixing Twitter — thinning out its staff, implementing account verification, and making sure everyone has access to free speech — Tesla will benefit in the long term. And once things at Twitter are working smoothly, Musk will find a capable CEO and be back to equally focusing on all his companies.