Elon Musk Wins in Defamation Suit by British Diver

Elon Musk Wins in Defamation Suit by British Diver

After less than an hour of deliberation, a Los Angeles jury Friday found that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk did not defame a British diver by calling him a “pedo guy” and “sus,” or suspicious, in a series of July 2018 tweets.

Elon's Court-Approved Twitter-Sitter, Measles in LA, and More News

Elon's Court-Approved Twitter-Sitter, Measles in LA, and More News

Elon's Court-Approved Twitter-Sitter, Measles in LA, and More News. The dust has finally settled on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's battle with the SEC, LA is under quarantine, and the US is falling behind in SIM-swap hacking. Elon Musk is getting a stricter Twitter-sitter.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Will Get a Stricter Twitter Babysitter

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Will Get a Stricter Twitter Babysitter

In the new settlement, Musk and the SEC set stricter and more specific terms for Musk’s official Twitter babysitter, who Musk agreed would be “an experienced securities lawyer employed by the Company.” The latest settlement does not include any financial penalty.

Elon Musk’s Latest Tweets Land Him in Yet More Trouble

Elon Musk’s Latest Tweets Land Him in Yet More Trouble

That’s the thrust of a SEC action taken late Monday, when the US securities watchdog requested a federal judge hold Tesla CEO Elon Musk in contempt of court for a short series of tweets he posted last week.

Tech’s New Harassment Policies Are Too Late for Some Women

Tech’s New Harassment Policies Are Too Late for Some Women

Lee also claimed gender discrimination, hostile work environment, retaliation, interference, and wrongful termination.Even under Google’s new policy, announced a week after 20,000 Google employees walked out of work to protest the company’s handling of harassment cases, Lee would have been required to go to arbitration, rather than pursue a lawsuit, where claims can be resolved in public, often before a jury.

Exxon Sued by NY for Deceiving Investors on Climate Change

Exxon Sued by NY for Deceiving Investors on Climate Change

(IW 500/1) stood before a New York judge in August and told the state’s attorney general to "put up or shut up" after investigating the company’s public disclosures about climate change, saying it should sue the company or move on.