Work like crazy, pull off the impossible, believe you’re saving the world
Dec 14, 2018

Work like crazy, pull off the impossible, believe you’re saving the world

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At the beginning of 2018, who'd have thought that by mid-December, Tesla stock would be on the rise, the company would be churning out Model 3 cars to great reviews and Wall Street analysts would be predicting sustained profits for the company? That's all true, but not because everything at Tesla has turned tranquil. Molly Wood talks with Charles Duhigg, who just took a deep look at the firings, the outbursts and the last six months of drama at Tesla for Wired magazine. Today's show is sponsored by Amazon Web Services and Logi Analytics

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Tesla owners take a ride in the Tesla D model electric sedan in 2014 in Hawthorne, California.
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At the beginning of 2018, who’d have thought that by mid-December, Tesla stock would be on the rise, the company would be churning out Model 3 cars to great reviews and Wall Street analysts would be predicting sustained profits for the company? That’s all true, but not because everything at Tesla has turned tranquil. Molly Wood talks with Charles Duhigg, who just took a deep look at the firings, the outbursts and the last six months of drama at Tesla for Wired magazine. Today’s show is sponsored by Amazon Web Services and Logi Analytics

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